Poignantly missing from the panel was American war photographer linsey Addario.
The winter Sunday dress: linsey dress, shepherd's plaid shawl, black straw bonnet.
A dowdy in sad-colored print or linsey is by no means to their taste.
In the beginning of the winter she had linsey dresses, since then, calico ones.
The women and children were dressed in simple garments of linsey.
And linsey woolsey is not the only home weaving done in the Cumberland Mountains.
They also wove the material for their dresses; it was called "linsey."
I might as well be married in the back kitchen with a linsey gown on, as if I were the daughter of old Betty, the pie woman!
linsey, lin′si, n. cloth made of linen and wool: a peculiar kind of clayey rock.
She give all de women a bolt or linsey to make clothes and ma cut de pattern.