Knotting Bag

Knotting bag Knotting bag

In the seventeenth, and especially in the eighteenth centuries, knotting was a popular pastime for ladies. They would also sometimes walk around with a nice small bag with a drawstring, held from their wrist, that contained shuttle and thread, and braids in various stages of completion.

See also work bag.

Digital source of illustration (retrieved 24 August 2016).


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