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81. Weaving pillow tops
 Weaving pillow tops Textiles; Barbara Jarvis weaving a pillow top, a textile traditionally crafted by men working in the lumber camps.

82. Weaving in the Woods: Pillow top workshop. 
 Weaving in the Woods: Pillow top workshop. Textiles; Weaving in the Woods, a pillow top making workshop organized by The Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador in partnership with Memorial Universities Folklore 6740 class. The workshop was held at Cochrane Street United Church on November 3, 2012 and was instructed by Elizabeth Murphy.

83. Wanita Bates 
 Wanita Bates Textiles; Pillow top woven by Wanita Bates at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop held at Cochrane Street United Church on Nov. 3, 2012.

84. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top created circa 1974-1985 by Georgina Mercer and her father. Her father constructed a pillow top frame and he showed her how to make a pillow top. The large orange and brown pillow top was given to Mercer's grandmother. This pillow top is now owned by Mercer. Front of pillow top.

85. Weaving pillow tops
 Weaving pillow tops Textiles; Weaving a pillow top, a textile traditionally crafted by men working in the lumber camps.

86. Weaving pillow tops
 Weaving pillow tops Textiles; Dale Jarvis and Barbara Jarvis weave pillow tops, a textile traditionally crafted by men working in the lumber camps.

87. Weaving pillow tops
 Weaving pillow tops Textiles; Lisa Wilson weaving a pillow top, a textile traditionally crafted by men working in the lumber camps.

88. Caitlin Bethune and Christina Robarts interview Raelene Thomas on the topic of pillow tops
 Caitlin Bethune and Christina Robarts interview Raelene Thomas on the topic of pillow tops Textiles; Thomas discusses the pillow tops her father, Paul Edward Taylor made. She knew them as "mats". Taylor was born in 1928 in St. John's and would weave these mats in red, white and blue and sell them to the American Soldiers stationed at Fort Pepperell.

89. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top frame created by Georgina Mercer and her father, circa 1974-1985.

90. A pillow top woven by Elizabeth Murphy, made from Phentex wool. Front. 
 A pillow top woven by Elizabeth Murphy, made from Phentex wool. Front. Textiles; A pillow top woven by Elizabeth Murphy, made from Phentex wool. Woven c1980

91. Using a small twine needle and fishing twine to tie off the back of the pillow top. 
 Using a small twine needle and fishing twine to tie off the back of the pillow top. Textiles; Using a small twine needle and fishing twine to tie off the back of the pillow top.

92. Pillow top woven at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Front. 
 Pillow top woven at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop. Front. Textiles; Pillow top woven at the Weaving in the Wood pillow top workshop held at Cochrane Street United Church on Nov. 3, 2012.

93. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; Georgina Mercer holding a pillow top frame she made with her father, circa 1974-1985.

94. Mercer, Georgina
 Mercer, Georgina Textiles; A pillow top created circa 1974-1985 by Georgina Mercer and her father. Her father constructed a pillow top frame and he showed her how to make a pillow top. The large orange and brown pillow top was given to Mercer's grandmother. This pillow top is now owned by Mercer. Back of pillow top.

95. Elizabeth Ann Murphy and Nicole Penney holding two wooden frames used to make pillow tops, St. John's
 Elizabeth Ann Murphy and Nicole Penney holding two wooden frames used to make pillow tops, St. John's Textiles; Elizabeth Ann Murphy (left) and Nicole Penney (right) holding two wooden frames used to make pillow tops, St. John's. The frame held by Murphy was constructed in 2006 and the frame held by Penney was constructed circa 1960

96. William Howard Brenton (mill worker), Corner Brook
 William Howard Brenton (mill worker), Corner Brook People; Photograph of the William Howard Brenton. Photo provided courtesy of Mable Brenton. Date unknown.

97. Moores, Alice. Alice Moores discusses rug-hooking. Moores, Alice. Alice Moores discusses rug-hooking. Folk art; Handmade objects; Needlework (material culture); People; Rugs; Hooked rugs; Textiles; Alice Moores discusses rug-hooking.

98. Moores, Alice. Dale Jarvis interviews Alice Moores regarding rug-hooking. Moores, Alice. Dale Jarvis interviews Alice Moores regarding rug-hooking. Folk art; Handmade objects; Neddlework (material culture); People; Rugs; Hooked rugs; Textiles; Dale Jarvis interviews Alice Moores regarding rug-hooking. Moores discusses the methods, materials and designs used in rug-hooking.

99. Heritage Hooked Rug Registry no. 420 - Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Hooked Rug Registry no. 420 - Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador Folk art; Handmade objects; Hooked rugs; Objects; Rugs; Hooked Rug created by Minnie Payne, possibly 1950s, Cow Head, Newfoundland.

100. Heritage Hooked Rug Registry no. 416 - Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador Heritage Hooked Rug Registry no. 416 - Rug Hooking Guild of Newfoundland and Labrador Folk art; Handmade objects; Hooked rugs; Objects; Rugs; Hooked Rug created by, Rose Croucher, 1979-1982, Roberts Arm, Newfoundland.
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