Highlights from the Fielding Collection of Early American Art: 1776 Pocketbook
Karin Fielding describes a vibrant needlework pocketbook made by young Elizabeth Fellows in 1776. The piece, done in a flame-stitch pattern, includes a delicate length of handmade tape, used to close the purse.
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