Bernat Klein at National Museums Scotland

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Colour board, 1960-1980

Designed and used by Bernat Klein in his textile design business, hard board with black cardboard front with 140 oval holes for for balancing colours in the design of woven textiles.

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Holly mohair tweed sample, 1960

Double cloth twill fabric, woven in space-dyed brushed mohair and wool yarns, and wool and polyester yarns, in orange, pink, purple, brown, grey and black.

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Briar mohair tweed sample, 1960

Double cloth twill fabric, woven in brushed looped space-dyed mohair, wool, worsted and polyester, in red, green, brown and yellow.

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Maple wool sample, 1961

Double cloth houndstooth fabric, woven in multiply wool slub and space-dyed brushed mohair and worsted and polyester, in yellow, pink, orange and light and dark brown.

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Knitting pattern for mohair yarn, 1960s

Bernat Klein wanted to create textiles for the average customer. In 1963 he launched a coordinated range of knitting wool, patterns and matching skirt lengths to allow people to achieve the ‘Bernat Klein look’ at home.

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Brazil houndstooth sample, 1963

Double cloth houndstooth fabric, woven in gimped wool and space-dyed brushed mohair yarns, and polyester and wool yarns, in light and dark pink, green, orange and yellow.

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Sedge mohair tweed sample, 1964

Double cloth houndstooth fabric, woven in looped brushed mohair, wool, wool knop and polyester yarns, in yellow, black, green, brown and grey.

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Matador wool tweed sample, 1964

Double cloth hopsack fabric, woven in multiply wool slub yarns, and wool and polyester yarns, in pink, purple, orange and red.

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Shiraz mohair tweed sample, 1964

Double cloth houndstooth fabric, woven in brushed mohair and multiply wool slub yarns, and wool and polyester yarns, in dark blue, purple, orange, pink and red.

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Aurora wool tweed sample, 1964

Twill fabric, woven in multiply wool slub and multiply wool yarns, and polyester and wool yarns, in light and dark blue, orange, red, pink, purple and green.

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