sock of the week: no.10

the “everlasting stocking knitters” of Wales

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sock of the week no.7

what might a pair of seventeenth-century stockings say about the body that once wore them?

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sock of the week no. 6: clocks and socks

an image connecting the histories of eighteenth-century intimate apparel, government taxation, and the democratisation of timekeeping

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Natalie Warner

Introducing a talented designer and her fascinating professional journey

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sock of the week no.5: Jacobite garters

Stockings which concealed the political message of a lost eighteenth-century cause.

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sock of the week no.4

Gairloch stockings: A Highland design success story

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sock of the week no.3

Celebrating the world’s first sock knitting book, and its bluestocking author

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sock of the week no.2

Eighteenth-century stockings in miniature

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sock of the week no.1

Philippe Mercier’s popular portrait of an eighteenth-century stocking knitter

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a chat with Nicole Pohl

Nicole tells us more about her work on the women of the Bluestocking circle

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the bluestocking club

all about the Bluestocking club

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two new projects

News about Inkling, and The Bluestocking Club

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out of the woods

Outi Kater introduces a wonderful design inspired by Finnish childhood winters and restorative woodland spaces

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zwiebelmuster

Nicole Wagler tells us about eighteenth-century porcelain and her sense of place in Meissen

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