Handkerchief embroidered at Lady Victoria`s sewing classes ca. 1910
Ladies square white cotton handkerchief embroidered with blue and green thread in one corner from Lodge Farm, Kirkapol. Done during one of Lady Victoria`s (Duke`s sister) sewing classes at The Lodge (now a hotel).
Needle case for pins and needles used in Cornaig School sewing classes.
Small brown leather wallet for keeping needles and pins. Contains 23 needles of various sizes and functions. Inner `page` reads: “This need case contains Abel Morrall`s needles. Over a century`s reputation one quality only the best. Cross fox trademark. Made in England”. Used in Cornaig School sewing classes.
Tobacco tin – Ogden`s St Bruno Flake. Manufactured by The Imperial Tobacco Company (of Great Britain and Ireland). Belonged to Mrs MacDugal (wife of the Head Master of Cornaig High School) who gave the tin containing a sewing kit, to Elsie MacKinnon, Kirkapol, 1925-1930.