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The Joy Of Hand Weaving

Author : Osma Gallinger Tod
ISBN : STANFORD:36105024633369
Genre : Hand weaving
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The Joy Of Handweaving

Author : Osma Tod
ISBN : 9780486157375
Genre : Design
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The only book you'll need on the fundamentals of threads and weaves, plus numerous projects for beginner to advanced weavers, plus two-harness looms, four-harness looms, fabrics, colors, much more. Over 160 illustrations.

The Joy Of Hand Weaving

Author : Osma Couch Gallinger
ISBN : UCAL:B4987005
Genre : Hand weaving
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Popular Mechanics

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Popular Mechanics inspires, instructs and influences readers to help them master the modern world. Whether it’s practical DIY home-improvement tips, gadgets and digital technology, information on the newest cars or the latest breakthroughs in science -- PM is the ultimate guide to our high-tech lifestyle.


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ISBN : UCSC:32106020976467
Genre : Academic libraries
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Big Book Of Indian Beadwork Designs

Author : Kay Doherty Bennett
ISBN : 9780486139425
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Easy-to-follow color-coded charts and simple instructions for creating unusual Native American designs depicting buffalo, kachinas, eagles, feathers, and more. For use in appliqué work, embroidery, stained glass projects, and other crafts.

Kids Weaving

Author : Sarah Swett
ISBN : 1584794674
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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Presents step-by-step instructions for weaving with paper, using a cardboard loom, setting up a pipe loom, and completing simple weaving projects such as scarves, blankets, coasters, bags, and small rugs.

Wild Rose S Weaving

Author : Ginger Churchill
ISBN : 9781933718644
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Fascination With Fiber

Author : Marie A. Gile
ISBN : UOM:39015064703039
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
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"A premiere work offering a rich chronicle of weaving in Michigan. Colorful stories tell of Michigan's textile people, places, and events, and show the important role that this state played in preserving and progressing the culture of cloth locally and nationally. I came away with a new sense of pride and joy at being a part of this rich human history and inspired to continue exploring within this great tradition!" ---Chris Triola, Fiber Artist "Fascination with Fiber is a well-documented history, with consequence! The authors reveal surprising continuity in relationships, with results that are far-reaching. Readers will be moved beyond border as they come to realize the extensive influences generated in Michigan." ---Gerhardt Knodel, Director, Cranbrook Academy of Art Fascination with Fiber is the first complete look at Michigan's rich tradition of handweaving, from pioneer log cabin days to the contemporary era of digital computer-aided looms. Michigan has been at the center of handweaving and fiber arts and crafts since early settlers brought their skills with them from countries where handicrafts and weaving were traditionally strong. The textiles they produced in their new country, from linens to coverlets to rugs, took on a distinctly American expression. In the twentieth century, the formation of guilds, craft communities, and formal art programs created a revival of interest in handweaving as an opportunity for artistic expression so that by latter part of the century the state played a vital role in the national fiber movement. Weavers and historians themselves, authors Marie A. Gile and Marion T. Marzolf focus on the people and forces that have kept the craft of handweaving alive in Michigan and indeed throughout the country for over two centuries: a passionate group of individuals and weaving communities enlivened through shared necessity, opportunity, and creativity. Gile and Marzolf base their book on oral histories, interviews, and documentary and artifact research. With its tales of colorful characters such as Mary Atwater, the gun-toting weaver from Montana who helped organize the handweaving industry; to the formation of the Michigan League of Handweavers in 1959; and the "Fascination with Fiber" exhibit that opened in 2004; Fascination with Fiber brings the story of handweaving in Michigan to life like no other book. Marie A. Gile is Textile Specialist and Research Associate at Michigan State University Museum in Lansing. She has been a weaver and fiber artist for twenty-five years. Marion T. Marzolf is Professor Emerita in the Department of Journalism and Communication at the University of Michigan. Since retiring in 1995, she has taught basic weaving, has served as president of the Michigan League of Handweavers, and has exhibited in galleries statewide.

The Baptist Magazine

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ISBN : OXFORD:555010609
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