With New Year’s Eve coming up this weekend, we went looking for our best party dress for Object of the Week!
Our Object of the Week, a pair of red wool socks from Serbia and Montenegro, goes out to all the makers who are busy crafting handmade gifts for their loved…
Our Object of the Week is a wedding shawl (odhani) from India, chosen by Farooq Ikram, Membership Coordinator at the Textile Museum!
Our Object of the Week is a hooked rug made in Newfoundland that features a map of Newfoundland and a small portion of Labrador.
Our Object of the Week was chosen from the TMC’s collection by Dr. Filiz Çakır Phillip, Curator of the Aga Khan Museum and of their recent exhibition, “Arts of the…
This week’s Object of the Week was chosen in anticipation of Roxane Shaughnessy’s Curator’s Tour of Tied, Dyed and Woven, happening this Wednesday the 22nd at 6:30 pm.
In honour of Button Day, a very real holiday, our Object of the Week is a garment from Pakistan called a jumlo, made in the 1950s.
Our Object of the Week is a mezzaro, made in Italy between 1800-1850.
Our ~*very spooky*~ Object of the Week is an open-crowned Chinese children’s hat embellished with pumpkins!
Our Object of the Week is a Haida cedar mat from British Columbia, made circa 1880.