|Description: A lady's white linen cap that is made by a tabby weave and is hand sewn. There is a 3.5 cm ruffle all around a 1 cm lace drawn-string. The cap is pieced together in back above the draw-string and on the left side of tie area. The ties are 20.5 cm long and are also pieced together. |
Pioneer settlers used caps to help keep dust and cooking grease out of a housewife's hair. They were very common and easy to make.
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