This survey of textile fundamentals and methods, written by the foremost textile artist of the 20th century, covers hand weaving and the loom, fundamental construction and draft notation, modified and composite weaves, early techniques of thread interlacing, interrelation of fiber and construction, tactile sensibility, and design. 9 color illustrations. 112 black-and-white plates.
Role of Yarn Tension in Weaving deals exclusively with the various aspects of tension of warp and weft yarns during weaving and its preparatory processes. The ten chapters contain numerous illustrations so that the text can be understood easily and clearly. This book will be useful to students, mill personnel, and researchers associated with weaving, for it provides useful information on the various aspects of warp and weft tensions in the processes of weaving preparation, weaving, and formation of the cloth.
On Weaving Education, Culture, and the Environment
Author: Gregory A. Smith
Publisher: SUNY Press
Celebrates the work of educators who explore ecological issues in school and non-school settings. Gives examples of ways to impact the thinking of children and adults in order to affirm the values of sufficiency, mutual support, and community.
A mixture of science and art, weaving is nearly as old as human history. Despite the many technological advances in the field, however, it is still virtually impossible to control each individual fiber in a woven structure. To help you meet this and other weaving challenges, Handbook of Weaving covers every step of the process clearly and systematically, from fibers and yarns, fabric design and construction, and weaving fundamentals to the various modern methods of weaving, fabric structure, properties, and testing, and plant operations.
A Practical Manual on Weaving Useful and Fancy Baskets
Author: Annie Firth
Publisher: Franklin Classics
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