Jacquard cloth woven in Braintree

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Jacquard cloth woven in Braintree

Winifred Daniels worked for Warner and Son in Braintree, Essex and this is one of the first pieces of fabric she produced as a Jacquard weaver. Winifred was at the company between 1932 and 1937 and she recently returned to the Warner Textile Archive in the town for the first time to look round.

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