Archaeological Sewing

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Description A rough survey of the sorts of stitches found in surviving material, and the purposes they are used for. It is not exhaustive, but simply representative, with examples chosen to illustrate general patterns, rather than to exhaustively document all the times and places each particular stitch is found. Although a great variety of specific combinations and applications are presented, they derive from a relatively small number of basic stitches and sewing strategies.
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