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161 TYNAN, Jean. Dyeing for Primitive Rug Hooking
The author, 1984, 
TYNAN, Jean. Dyeing for Primitive Rug Hooking. [N.pl.: N.pub.], 1984. Pp. 1-24. Unillustrated 8vo, stapled printed pale blue card covers with black lettering to front cover. Contents: Simmering; Moving Color; Over-Dyeing for Flucuation [sic]; Making Primitive Swatches; Changing Colors: Antique Black; The Witch's Cauldron; Over-Dyeing for Special Effects; Spot Dyeing for Primitives; Nellie Shafer's Casual Casserole Method; Dyeing for Simplistic Shading; Dip Dyeing for Primitives; Removing Color to Make a Swatch; RemovingColor; Onion Skin Dyeing; Record Keeping; Dye Diary; Card File Method; Cus hing's "Perfection Dyes"; Color Chart for Over Dyeing; Glossary. Very good.Due to its small size, shipping costs will be cheaper than quoted. 20.00

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162 van der HOOGT, Madelyn Complete Book of Drafting for Handweavers. Second Printing
Shuttle Craft Books, Coupeville, WA, 1994, ISBN:0916658511 
van der HOOGT, Madelyn. The Complete Book of Drafting for Handweavers. (Coupeville, WA : Shuttle Craft Books, 1994). Second Printing. Pp (8),1-136. Illustrated. Index. Double Column. 4to, black coil bound, white card covers, illustrated and lettered in black. Contents : Introduction. Part I: The basic weaves : The family tree weaves. Chapter 1. Reading drafts. Lesson : Writing drafts. Chapter 2. Understanding the basic weaves. Lesson : Drafting twills and color-and-weave. Part II: Blocks : Key to block weaves. Chapter 3. Reading profile drafts. Lesson : Writing profile drafts. Chapter 4. Understanding overshot. Lesson : Drafting overshot. Chapter 5. From blocks to units. Part III: Unit weaves. Chapter 6. Understanding lace weaves. Lesson : Drafting lace. Chapter 7. Understanding Damask. Lesson : Drafting damask. Chapter 8. Understanding tied weaves. Lesson : Drafting tied weaves. Chapter9. Understanding patterned double weave. Chapter 10. Understanding Stitche d double cloth. Chapter 11. Understanding lampas. Lesson : Drafting double weave. Part IV: Extras. Chapter 12. Understanding turned drafts. Chapter 13. Understanding blended drafts. Chapter 14. Understanding network drafting.Chapter 15. Understanding fabric analysis. Answers. For further study. Gra ph paper and design sheets. Very good. 50.00

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Great Tapestries : The Web of History from the 12th to the 20th Century.  in dj. slipcase, VERLET, Pierre FLORISOONE, Michel. HOFFMEISTER, Adolf. TABARD, Franšois.
163 VERLET, Pierre FLORISOONE, Michel. HOFFMEISTER, Adolf. TABARD, Franšois. Great Tapestries : The Web of History from the 12th to the 20th Century. in dj. slipcase
Edita, 1965, 
VERLET, Pierre, Michel FLORISOONE, Adolf HOFFMEISTER, and Franšois TABARD. Great Tapestries : The Web of History from the 12th to the 20th Century. Edited by Joseph JobÚ; Translated by Peggy Rowell Oberson. Lausanne: Edita, (1965). Pp 278, incl. plates, many tipped-in. 4to, red cloth, gilt to front and spine. Vg in dj and lightly rubbed slipcase. 135.00

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Great Tapestries.  in dj. , VERLET, Pierre FLORISOONE, Michel. HOFFMEISTER, Adolf. TABARD, Franšois.
164 VERLET, Pierre FLORISOONE, Michel. HOFFMEISTER, Adolf. TABARD, Franšois. Great Tapestries. in dj.
Edita, 1965, 
VERLET, Pierre, Michel FLORISOONE, Adolf HOFFMEISTER, and Franšois TABARD. Great Tapestries : The Web of History from the 12th to the 20th Century. Edited by Joseph JobÚ; Translated by Peggy Rowell Oberson. Lausanne: Edita, (1965). Pp 278, incl. plates, many tipped-in. 4to, red cloth, gilt to front and spine. Vg in very slightly rubbed, nicked dj. 120.00

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165 WELTGE, Sigrid Wortmann Women's Work : Textile Art from the Bahaus. First Printing in dustjacket
Chronicle Books, San Francisco, 1993, ISBN:0811804666 
WELTGE, Sigrid Wortmann. Women's Work : Textile Art from the Bahaus. San Francisco : CHronicle Books, (1993). First Printing. Pp (8),9-208. Illustrated. Index. 4to, black cloth, red lettering to spine. "Resurrecting the work of gifted craftswomen, too long denied their place as pioneers in their field, Women's Work: Textile Art from the Bauhaus unearths a missing chapter in the story of the most important institution in the history of modern design. The Bauhaus defined modern design in the twentieth century. As the preeminent design phenomenon of the era, almost every aspect of it has been minutely examined. Yet the Weaving Workshop, the longest standing and most successful of all Bauhaus workshops, has been neglected for one simple reason:when the first wave of brilliantly talented women arrived at the school, t hey soon discovered that Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius could not sustain his ringing declaration of equality between "the beautiful and the strong gender." Textiles, in the hierarchy of art and design, were to be "women's work." Their results, however, were remarkable, both in the early days of artistic expression in Weimar and in later developments in the textile industry. The craftswomen responded to the demands of advanced technology with fabrics that incorporated new or unusual materials such as Cellophane, leatherand early synthetics, which had acoustic and light-reflecting properties. They produced multi-layered fabrics, cloths with double and triple weaves, and later made extensive use of the jacquard loom. The result was a rebirthof hand-weaving and new professionalism in designing textiles for mass pro duction. In this model study, superlatively documented with rare or little-seen photographs of the textiles and their makers, Sigrid Wortmann Weltge captures the heady atmosphere of creative excitement at the Bauhaus. Original archival research and interviews, both with survivors and their students and with leading contemporary designers, detail the workshop's history and its enduring legacy. When the Nazis closed the institution in 1933, its members dispersed to Switzerland, Holland, England, France, Russia, Mexico, and throughout the United States; their ideals and influence live on in marvelous fabrics still being produced today." (from the dj). Contents : 1. Beginnings. Plates: The Weimar years. 2. The gender issue. 3. Gunta Stolzl. 4. The question of identity. 5. The Weaving Workshop and Johannes Itten. 6. Georg Muche and the 1923 Bauhaus Exhibition. Plates: The Dessau years. 7. Dessau - a new direction. 8. From craft to industry. 9. Bauhaus fabrics. 10. The purge. Plates : The legacy. 11. A new frontier. 12. The legacy. 13. Bauhaus style. Very good in dustjacket (a few tears to back panel). 40.00

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166 WHIFFEN, Marcus, and Carla BREEZE BREEZE, Carla, photos Pueblo Deco : The Art Deco Architecture of the Southwest. First Edition in dustjacket
University of New Mexico Press, Albuquerque, 1984, ISBN:0826306764 
WHIFFEN, Marcus, and Carla BREEZE, Pueblo Deco : The Art Deco Architecture of the Southwest. Photographs by Carla Breeze. Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, (1984). First Edition. Pp (6),vii-xi,(5),3-125,(1). Illustrated. Index. 8vo, brown cloth, gilt lettering to spine. "The Southwest has both a history and an architectural history that sets it aft apart from the rest of the United States. Not only is the Pueblo architectural tradition unique to the area, but the first European settlers, the Spanish, broughtwith them their own adobe building tradition that has altered the Iook of the regional architecture at all levels for centuries. Although these traditions have never died out, they enjoyed an enthusiastic revival beginning in 1905. Pueblo Deco derives not only from this revival, designed to attracttourists and to remtorce their cultural experience of the area, but also f rom international style of modernist architecture. Pueblo Deco is a term coined to acknowledge the varied sources of this charming, period-piece architecture, which utilizes decoration derived trom Pueblo and Navajo culturesŚmotifs taken from pottery, jewelry, basket work, and textilesŚas well as the angularity, repetitiveness, and abstraction of much Art Deco ornamentation. This book is a selective guide to the finest examples of Pueblo Deco in New Mexico, Arizona, and west Texas. Twenty-seven buildings are represented, each with color photographs, architectural drawings, and descriptions andhistory. The authors set American Art Deco in its historical context, and then distinguish the Southwestern version from its national and international counterparts." (from the dj). Very good in spine-sunned dustjacket. 40.00

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Influence of Godey's Lady's Book on the American Woman and Her Home : Contributions to a National Culture (1830-1877) , WINKLER, Gail Caskey GODEY
167 WINKLER, Gail Caskey GODEY Influence of Godey's Lady's Book on the American Woman and Her Home : Contributions to a National Culture (1830-1877)
UMI Dissertaion Services, 1994, 
WINKLER, Gail Caskey. Influence of Godey's Lady's Book on the American Woman and Her Home : Contributions to a National Culture (1830-1877). A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy (Textiles and Design) at the University of Wisconsin-Madison. (Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertaion Services, 1994). An authorized facsimile of the thesis submitted August 1988. Pp. 416 leaves, printed on one side only. 8vo, blue cloth, white titles to spine. Slightly splayed, else vg. 50.00

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Nutida Svensk Konstslojd I Bild. , WOLLIN, Nils G.
168 WOLLIN, Nils G. Nutida Svensk Konstslojd I Bild.
Bokforlaget Natur och Kultur, Stockholm, 1931, 
WOLLIN, Nils G. Nutida Svensk Konstsl÷jd I Bild. 353 bilder jńmte 8 fńrgplanscher. Stockholm : Bokforlaget Natur och Kultur, (1931). Pp 34 + 207 pp. of Plates (8 in co,lour). 4to, half brown calf, patterned boards. 'A book on modern Swedish crafts, furniture, textiles, glassware, ceramics, objects d'art, etc. Text in Swedish. Bookplate, name, some wear to corners and bottom edge, else a very good copy. 250.00

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169 WOOD, Irene K. PENNINGTON, Fred A. 16 Harness Patterns : The Fanciest Twills of All. From the Weaving Notebooks of Fred A. Pennington
Robin & Russ Handweavers, McMinnville, Oregon, 1976, 
WOOD, Irene K. (written and compiled by). 16 Harness Patterns : The Fanciest Twills of All. From the Weaving Notebooks of Fred A. Pennington. McMinnville, Oregon : Robin & Russ Handweavers, n.d. 1976[]. Pp (1),2-130. Illustrated. 8vo, yellow card covers, black lettering to front cover, spine blank. Contents : I. History fof Sixteen Harness Point Twills. II. The Man as a Weaver : Fred A. Pennington. III. Techniques : My Interest; Two Drawdowns; One Hundred Fifty Swatches. IV. Comparisons : Twenty Harness Point Twills; Sixteen Harness Point Twills; Twelve Harness Point Twills; Eight Harness Point Twills. V. Conclusion : How to Create Your Own Patterns. Spine browned, tears to spine ends, numerous leaves loose, else good. As is. 30.00

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170 Wool Story of Wool.
Wool Bureau of Canada Limited, Toronto, 1975, 
(Wool). The Story of Wool. (Toronto : The Wool Bureau of Canada Limited), n.d. [1970s-80s?]. Pp (2),1-21,(1) including covers. Illustrated. 8vo, illustrated cream stapled card covers. Contents : Wool's History (From the StoneAge to Space Age; How the Sheep Has Changed Human History; The First Tailo red Suit; The Building of an Empire; North America's First Sheep Ranchers; Sheep in Canada). Wool Today (A Wonder of Nature, Perfected by Man; ScienceBegins to Reveal Wool's Secrets; How Wool Works for People; Wool Repels Ra in ... Yet Absorbs Moisture; Wool is Warm in Winter; Wool is Cool n Summer;To Summarize ... Wool Fabrics Are). From Fleece to Fabric (On the Farm; At the Mill). Wool Carpets. Superwash Wool. Very good. Due to its small size shipping costs should be cheaper than quoted. 10.00

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Nova Scotia at War, World War II)
171 World War II) Nova Scotia at War
1944, 1944 
[Nova Scotia ]. Nova Scotia at War : Nova Scotia Delivers the Goods. [Halifax: Government of Nova Scotia, ca. 1944]. First Edition. Pp. [1]-48. Illustrated with over 350 b&w photos in the text. With central double-page map of the province, "A Pictorial Presentation of Her Natural and Industrial Resources". Double column. 4to, stapled illustrated orange and grey card covers, with drawing of a muscular labourer in the foreground.

A volume outlining Nova Scotia's industrial contributions to the war effort. Includes a substantial section on shipbuilding, as well as smaller sections on marine engines, aircraft, cordage, fishing, and furniture production.

Foreword by Harold Connolly, Minister of Industry and Publicity.

Sections :
Aircraft;
Marine Engines;
Petroleum Products;
Industrial Gases;
Iron and Steel;
Steel and Coal;
Fabricated Steel;
Steel Cars and Forgings;
Sawmill Supplies;
Boilers and Tanks;
Shipbuilding (pp.12-15);
Ship Repairs (pp.16-17);
Barrels, Baskets, Boxes;
Blocks and Oars (p.19);
Cordage (p.20);
Training Courses;
Chairs;
Furniture;
Beds and Mattresses;
Baths, Stoves, Furnaces;
Gypsum and Plaster;
Ceramics;
Salt;
Fertilizers;
Paper Making [on the Mersey Paper Company, p.32];
Pulp and Paper Products [on the Minas Pulp and Power Company, Ltd. and the Canadian Keyes Fibre Company Limited, both located in Hantsport, p.33];

Bakeries;
Confectionery;
Processed Fruits and Vegetables;
Salt and Pickled Fish (p.37);
Seafoods (pp.38-39);
Fish Byproducts (p.40-41);
Meat Packing;
Yeast;
Clothing;
Underwear [Stanfields of Truro and Nova Scotia Textiles of WIndsor, p.45];

Cotton Textiles [on Cosmos Imperial Mills Limited of Yarmouth, p.46];

Woollen Textiles [on Oxford Woollen Mills Limited (at Oxford Cumberland County) and Maritime Textiles Limited of Truro, p.47];

Handicrafts.

Very good. 65.00

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172 WROTH, William PERKINS, Zoe Annis Sarape Textiles From Historic Mexico
Saint Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, 1999, ISBN:0891780793 
WROTH, William. Sarape Textiles From Historic Mexico. (Saint Louis) : The Saint Louis Art Museum, 1999. Pp (1),2-88. Illustrated in colour. Map. Large8vo, illustrated white card covers, lettered in black, with a blank spine. Contents : Introduction; The Mexican Sarape: A History (by William Wroth); Checklist (by Zoe Annis Perkins); Bibliography; Glossary. Circular library stamp, else very good. 35.00

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173 YAMAGA, Seika Teorinishiki
1972, 
YAMAGA, Seika. Teorinishiki. N.pl.: n.pub., n.d. [1972]. Pp (8),1-35,(5),+ 75 color plates + 96 monochrome plates. 4to, blue cloth, gilt lettering to front board and spine, clear plastic dustjacket, in colour illustrated paper slipcase and cardboard shipping box. A book on "te-ori-nishiki" hand weaving. Text in Japanese. ADDITIONAL SHIPPING CHARGES WILL BE REQUIRED FOR ORDERS OUTSIDE CANADA DUE TO ITS WEIGHT. Limited to 1,000 numbered copies, this being no. 594. Very good in slipcase and mailing box. 400.00

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Sveriges Folkliga Textilkonst , ZICKERMAN, Lilli
174 ZICKERMAN, Lilli Sveriges Folkliga Textilkonst
Aktiebolaget Svensk Litteratur, Stockholm, 1937, 
ZICKERMAN, Lilli. Sveriges Folkliga Textilkonst. Utdrag ur F÷reningens f÷r Svensk Hemsl÷jd Samlingsverk ÷ver Svenska Allmogetextilier. Del I. R÷lakan. [All Published]. (Stockholm) : Aktiebolaget Svensk Litteratur, (1937). Pp 74 + 91 Plates (most in colour). 4to, half red calf, patterned boards. Text in Swedish. Light edgewear, else a very good copy. 350.00

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