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Bed Hangings, Blankets and Curtains

We have over 30 years experience making luxurious bed hangings, blankets, coverlets, curtains and window treatments from historically accurate fabrics and trims, and our historic furnishings are in national historic sites, museum installations and private homes.We can simply weave fabric for you, or we can construct soft furnishings for an entire house, from floor to ceiling, windows to beds. Mill owner Rabbit Goody’s extensive knowledge of historic fabrics and period and reproduction furnishings ensures that we can create the perfect showpiece items for you.

Undercurtains (shears) newly installed at Hyde Hall in Cooperstown, NY.

Undercurtains (shears) newly installed at Hyde Hall in Cooperstown, NY.

Another view of the above.

Another view of the above.

Lincoln Home parlor drapery.

Lincoln Home parlor drapery.

Lincoln Home front parlor drapery

Lincoln Home front parlor drapery.

Embossed damask drapery in the Lincoln Home front family room.

Embossed damask drapery in the Lincoln Home front family room.

Embossed damask drapery in the Lincoln Home front family room.

Embossed damask drapery in the Lincoln Home front family room.

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Bed hanging from worsted wool in the style of 1835 with poly-chrome fringe and rosette and bells.

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This is a closeup of the above bed showing the fringe and rosette.

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A 1790’s even striped herringbone dimity in linen with hand-woven fringe and a festoon curtain.

Tablecloth, napkins, Venetian carpet, valances and under curtains at the Emma Hale House

Tablecloth, napkins, Venetian carpet, valances and under curtains at the Emma Hale House.

The parlor at the Emma Hale House with worsted damask pattern with hand woven cut fringe.

The parlor at the Emma Hale House with worsted damask pattern with hand woven cut fringe.

The bed chamber of the Emma Hale House is quite small. This is a period furniture check with a dimity tester and dimity pillow beers. The coverlet is an historic double woven coverlet

The bed chamber of the Emma Hale House is quite small. This is a period furniture check with a dimity tester and dimity pillow beers. The coverlet is an historic double woven coverlet

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Cotton red and blue check called the Edinborough check circa 1844 with woven trim. This is a throw-over set.

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A closeup of the cloth covered buttons and woven tape trim of the bed above.

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This is a reproduction of an early 18th century blanket out of wool with a blanket stitch binding.

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Period bed hanging of figured worsted from Thomas Jackson’s draft book, a float work coverlet, dimity lower valence and geometric ingrain carpet.

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A close-up of the above, showing the hand-woven cut-fringe trim in two colors.

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Simple bed hanging in two color m’s and o’s pattern in cotton and linen at the Farmers’ Museum in Cooperstown, NY.

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A closeup of the above.