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Silk! just the word invokes intrigue and fantasies of lavish mounds of rich hued fabrics. The journey of metamorphosis from caterpillar to silken luxury is miraculous. Textile artist Karen Selk delves into the amazing world of wild silk and the indigenous people of India who raise the wild silkworms. You'll...
book Selk Karen
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120 minute full length documentary film by Marilyn and Rainer Romatka. We are taking a unique view of hand-weaving in the movie focusing on relationship. This is a documentary film that tells the stories of the personal relationships that develop between weavers and the end-users of handwoven cloth. We want...
Film and DVD Romatka Marilyn
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1 hour 5 minute instructional video with Marilyn Romatka. Temari balls are exquisitely wound and embroidered gems that are given in Japan as a very special gift to a loved one on an auspicious occasion. Easy to learn at a beginner's level the intrigued student can follow the craft up...
Film and DVD Romatka Marilyn
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A wonderful book about Jackie's artwork teaching and social justice work.
book and ebook Hester Beth
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The kantha or as it is increasingly referred to as the nakshi kantha is an important aspect of Bengali women's domestic arts and crafts. Kanthas are made in most parts of Bangladesh as well as in West Bengal. With transformations into many forms the kantha can now be found worldwide...
online magazine Stevulak Cathy
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Freeing knitters with all levels of experience to become involved in the creative process and still make a garment that is knit-to-fit this template-based approach is not math-dependent and works for people whether they prefer a structured or more freeform process.
book Wood Myra
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Now available as an e-book it consists of interviews with 18 US and Canadian artists who use knitting as their primary medium of expression. As some knitters create mittens and sweaters others create conceptual works for exhibition from wearables and sculptures to installations. Over 150 color photographs document the artists'...
book and ebook Searle Karen
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Focusing on the garment district in Lima Peru the book is all photos 113 pages of the micro-factories displays vendors fashions and manikins.
book Hayman Carol
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Available online at the University of Arizona's weaving archive: https://www2.cs.arizona.edu/patterns/weaving/weavedocs.html. This guide to weaving supplementary weft techniques provides instructions for both pickup and loom-controlled weaves found in primarily in Guatemalan textiles.
book now online Searle Karen
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A study guide to learn four shaft weaving starting from zero. All of the basics are covered: the tools of weaving warping the loom weaving reading and designing drafts understanding a dozen weave structures and a lot of miscellaneous. Thorough and friendly it has helped over 150 000 weavers get...
book Chandler Deborah
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The extent and significance of an iconic collection of pre-1990s southwestern crafts including an impressive range of exemplary textiles basketry pottery jewelry and more. Discusses market factors and the rise of both tourist art and fine art. Describes and illustrates an important collection of Southwestern Native American crafts and artwork...
book Drooker Penelope B.
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Juvenille nonfiction - 32 pages. Bobbo is a traditional weaver from Ghana where his ancestors have been weaving for generations. His young son Kweku learns from him just as Bobbo learned from his father. Through Kweku's eyes we see family and community life in the small fishing village of Denu....
book Ahiagble Gilbert Bobbo
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Through captivating stories and lush illustrations Maya Gods and Monsters draws on ancient creation myths and lore of the Maya people and gives life to wild and quirky gods magical monsters and creatures beyond strange. Fifteen stories blend the natural and the supernatural into an alluring realm reflecting the heart...
book Karasik Carol
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A definitive guide to the history meaning and evolution of the beautiful and intricate Maya textiles of Chiapas Mexico. Photography by Janet Schwartz
book Morris Walter F Jr (Chip)
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Women Weaving and Ethnic Identity: a historical Essay
chapter in edited book Rosenbaum Brenda
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Edited by Walter Little and Timpothy Smith Everyday Violence of Exclusion: Women in Precarious Neighborhoods of Guatemala City
chapter in book Rosenbaum Brenda
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All you ever wanted to know about Native American fabric types and technology in southeastern North America during the millennium before the arrival of Europeans with data from the relatively few extant actual archaeological textiles and comparatively numerous impressions of fabrics on pottery. Presents in-depth research on fabrics produced 900...
book Drooker Penelope B.
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I'm also putting together monographs on fiber animals and textile topics that I (slowly) make available through etsy (digital only) and MagCloud (print plus digital). Prices vary depending on the length of the piece and are the same regardless of the format (digital-only is to accommodate people who want to...
monographs Robson Deborah
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Monograph on a double-heddle technique.
book Searle Karen
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One of the artisans in Women Artisans of Morocco a button maker and grassroots feminist describes in fascinating detail her life the choices she's made and how she helps other women.
chapter in edited book Davis Susan
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Many articles on palm reed and maguey baskets hats mats and bags for Revue magazine and Strands See my website.
magazine Rousso Kathryn
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Learn about all aspects of the lives of many rural Moroccan women in the 70s and 80s and some still today. See the ways in which they do have power in this patriarchal society and how they are patient until the time is ripe to use it. Out of print...
book Davis Susan
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Objects made from perishable materials are typically rare and fragmented in the archaeological record of northeastern North America. This volume summarizes recent research and provides ten case histories of investigations and analyses of Native American and Euro-American perishable artifacts from archaeological and early historical contexts.
book Drooker Penelope B.
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Provides design guidelines for using woven samplers - threading and treadling variations sett yarn sizes and types color etc. - as the basis for finished functional or fiber-art pieces. Out of print but I author has a few copies.
book Drooker Penelope B.
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In the pages of this book the young weavers will be your teachers. They chose to share what they have learned with you out of the hope that it will help you develop a deeper respect for the complex patterns of knowledge that are contained in eachmethod of manipulating fiber...
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I wrote an article on the iconography of Chiapas textiles.
magazine Schafer Norma
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My research and writing focus on the production exchange & display of textiles in contemporary indigenous cultures & European medieval societies. With the Field Museum I worked for several years with Shipibo artists in Peru's Amazon and part of the production team of the movie Shipibo...Movie of our Memories. I...
Film and DVD Feldman Nancy
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Silk Fusion is a unique process that bonds silk fibres into a lustrous kind of "felt" which can be gossamer and transparent or thick and opaque as leather. Eight projects are presented in the DVD each one demonstrating a different technique. Karen talks about silk fibre and shows the complete...
Film and DVD Selk Karen
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Book was the first to introduce and assess the impacts of a fair trade model for conducting business with artisan-related enterprises.
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Instructions for 20 different handspun handknitted socks including hiking socks knee socks lace socks and much more as well as notes on spinning choosing equivalent commercial yarns and techniques. (Note: This book contained among other delights Kathryn Alexander's amazing and original entrelac socks.) Out of print but available through various...
book Robson Deborah
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Barbara Teller Ornelas and Lynda Teller Pete are fifth-generation weavers who grew up at the fabled Two Grey Hills Trading Post. Their family and clan connections give them rare insight into where the craft has been and where it is going. They take you into traditional hogans remote trading posts...
book Pete Lynda Teller
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Spinning can add another dimension of creativity to handwoven fabrics. Fiber choices preparation yarn finishing and fabric finishing are all discussed. The book is highlighted with projects created from handspun yarns both by the author and by invited spinners who present handspun and handwoven projects from clothing to tapestry to...
book Lamb Sara
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Share your knitting skills with the next generation of fiber enthusiasts! This book is for anyone who wants to teach knitting successfully: teach a neighbor's child your children your grandchildren a small group of homeschoolers a large class of children or anyone else! It's effective and fun to teach using...
book and ebook Seward Elizabeth
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The authors of this edited volume examine handwoven and manufactured textiles aesthetic preferences as well as textile production and trade in northern Nigeria. Available from University of Michigan Press website - $28.50 pbk currently 40% off sale.
book Renne Elisha
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This book is an excellent resource guide for select off-the-beaten-path locations and events that offer all the color joy and energy of Mexican folklife. Geared to independent-minded travelers it presents the safest and most accessible regional markets and artisan festivals and fairs in Mexico. Brautigam is an expert guide in...
book Brautigam Sheri
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Published in cooperation with the Center for Traditional Textiles of Cusco this book details all aspects of textile traditions of the weavers of Chinchero Peru including the role of special textiles in the rituals and festivals of the community. Bilingual Spanish-English.
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Textile Traditions of the Peruvian Highlands a video with a plus. Designed as a live Zoom presentation for groups it includes both a video narrated by Jennifer Moore and the real time presence of one or two ATA members to field a Q&A. During this hosted program weavers dyers knitters...
Film and DVD Andean Textile Arts Programs
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During the last 12 years my work has been focused on a deep-dive research of natural dye processes and applications that are practical and safe for the contemporary dyer. My collaborator Joy Boutrup is a Danish dye chemist and engineer. She and I have focused this research and made possible...
book Ellis Catharine
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An in-depth guide to every aspect of the process from developing a color palette to selecting yarn warping the loom and weaving the image. Weavers can choose from inexpensive tabletop and hand-held looms to larger floor looms. Detailed step-by-step photos and inspiring examples from a range of weaver-artists make this...
book Mezoff Rebecca
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These books are each a collection of the articles that appeared in Weaver's magazine that cover the topics indicated in the titles. Each book comprises a comprehensive study available nowhere else including theory drafting and designing weaving and finishing and beautiful illustrative projects to learn from. Huck Lace The Magic...
book van der Hoogt Madelyn
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The Complete Book of Drafting covers all the basic weave structures and how to draft and design them. Part I covers twills and color-and-weave effects Part II covers overshot. Part III all the major block weaves that can be used with profile drafts (lace weaves damask tied unit weaves doubleweave...
book van der Hoogt Madelyn
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This is a pocket guide to one hundred sheep breeds and their fiber. Profiles include photos of the animals and quick information about their origins and conservation status as well as summary data about fleece weight staple length fiber diameter and natural colors.
book Robson Deborah
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Don't drop this one on your foot. It's 4 pounds of information on fiber animals - everything we could get our hands on (i.e. available at the time to English-speaking fiber folk). It includes pictures of animals information on their history and conservation status and fiber statistics and sample unspun...
book Robson Deborah
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59 minute documentary video program by Marilyn Romatka. Travel to India in this multi-media presentation. We weavers delight in items crafted by the human hand and the traditional crafts found in the state of Gujarat are a wealthy inheritance all makers can enjoy. Weaving techniques pit looms silk and camels...
Film and DVD Romatka Marilyn
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In her life story Flor de Margarita ("Antonia") relates her experiences learning to weave teaching her daughters to weave and organizing women weavers in her community into cooperatives. In one chapter Flor de Margarita tells the story of traveling to the International Folk Art Market in Santa Fe NM in...
book Eber Christine
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An overview of what silk preparations are available to the handspinner how to spin and finish yarns made from silk and how to use them in a variety of projects shown made by both the author and invited makers in woven knit embroidery and crochet techniques.
book Lamb Sara