This museum post consists of some of the textiles that are displayed in the museum. There are (three?) types of textile treatments for wearable items presented at the museum. In this post I will be covering vadmal. Next week I will cover needle-coiling (nal Binding) and tabby weave.
For those of you who are not aware of vadmal or homespun fabric, it is a twill fabric that can have various patterns.
The examples here are based on a twill pattern. One of the more common patterns looks similar to the fabric in pair of blue jeans. If you look at the inside of most, you can plainly see this pattern.