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Handwoven magazine 1993 March/April
1 Handwoven magazine 1993 March/April
Interweave Press March/April 1993 Volume XIV, Number 2 magazine used 108 pages 
Contents:
Color-and-Weave Effects, Part I. Superimposing warp and weft color sequences gives cloth a complex appearance

Material Inspiration. How-to instructions for a wicker basket inspired by a Mexican blanket

Lively Fashions. Designs for home and body.

Weaving for Children's Clothing. Delightful fashions for children

State of the Art: Contemporary Fiber. A review of the fiber exhibit at the Loveland Museum and Gallery

In the Studio. Articles and projects to help make your loom room an inviting retreat

Weaving Tricks to Make Life Easier. Helpful hints from Handwoven contributors

Weaving Ergonomics. Proper posture can prevent back pain while weaving

Choosing a Treadle Loom. A teacher/shop owner outlines the options

Red, White and Bold projects

Swatch Collection #27. Four fabrics inspired by the subtle colors of southwestern Wyoming

A Word About Weaving

Condition: Magazine is in good condition, the pages are crisp and clean. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, and wear to the edges and corners. 
Price: 6.60 USD

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Handwoven magazine 1999 January/February
2 Handwoven magazine 1999 January/February
Interweave Press January/February 1999 Volume 20 Number 1 magazine used 96 pages 
Contents:
  • A Passion for Pick-Up
  • Doubleweave Pick-Up - mini-squares add extra detail to pictorial designs
  • Fun with Finnweave - linear designs come alive in this variation of doubleweave pick-up
  • My Visual Approach to Doubleweave Pick-Up - an artist describes how she works from a cartoon
  • A Gallery of Doubleweave Pick-Up
  • Doubleweave Deights - two-layer fabric can be subtle or striking
  • Double-Faced Plain Weave with Overshot Patterning - both faces sparkle with a pattern of dots
  • Blankets, Bedspreads, and Throws - warm cover-ups chase the chill
  • Essentials - How to Judge a Textile Competition
  • People & Places - Leni Joyce: Classic Fabrics for a Modern Market
  • 1998 Handwoven Index

    Condition: Ex library copy with library markings. Pages have edge and corner wear. Cover has rubbing wear, creases, soil, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 5.50 USD

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    Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot magazine 1974 Fall #20
    3 Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot magazine 1974 Fall #20
    Handweavers Guild of America Fall 1974 Volume V, Number 4 magazine used 99 pages 
    Contents:
    Ida Grae
    Textile Students at RIT
    Wyoming Golden Fleece Contest
    HGA Name Draft Hanging
    Thoughts on Apprenticeships
    Biennial Report: Responsibility of Growth
    Recycling Plastic Bags
    Mushrooms Sprout on Cabinet
    Tradition in Transition
    Inkle Weaving
    Commandments For Fiber Manipulators
    Good Leadership, Good Workshop
    Miniature Cable Car
    Show Stoppers
    Scholarship Winners Announced
    At Museum of Man
    Meet Your Directors
    Certificates of Excellence
    22 Spinning Wheels
    Manifold Twills
    Laughing Gulls
    Gold Arabesque
    Bobbin Lace Part 2
    Loom in My Tote-Bag
    No Weavers Nearby?
    Goldenrod Poncho
    Modular Weaves Stuffed

    Condition: Pages are age toned. Cover has creases, speckled soiled spots, rubbing wear, and wear to the edges and corners. 
    Price: 8.25 USD

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    Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot magazine 1976 Summer #27
    4 Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot magazine 1976 Summer #27
    Handweavers Guild of America Inc. Summer 1976 Volume VII, No. 3 magazine used 102 pages 
    Features:
    Can a Weaver Earn a Living?
    The Corn Silk Challenge
    Martha Washington's Inaugural Gown
    An Easily Constructed Loom from Africa
    A Reflection of the Past: Antique Looms
    The Yarn Starts Here: photo essay
    Enhance with Unspuns
    A Short History of the Spinning Wheel
    Bringing Freedom to Fibers
    Students to Display Diversity: More from the College Campus
    Un Uncommon Dyewood: Manzanita
    It Still Can Be Beautiful: Although Utilitarian
    Jumpsuits, Anyone?
    To Dress Your Room: Dress Your Loom
    Demonstration Do's and Don'ts
    Beiderwand Made Easy:
    Sprang and Weaving
    The Linens at Old Economy
    Bobbin Lace, Part 9, Spiders
    Anthrax Sterilization Methods and their Effects on Fibers
    Action in Appalachia
    Greek Craft Summer, the American Farm School

    Condition: Pages are age toned. Cover has creases, speckled soiled spots, rubbing wear, tears, and wear to the edges and corners. Back cover has piece torn off the top edge. 
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    The Weaver's Journal 1984 fall
    5 The Weaver's Journal 1984 fall
    Arana Press Inc. Fall 1984 Volume IX, Number 2, Issue 34 magazine used 82 pages 
    Features:
    The Chinese Drawloom: A study in weave structure
    Turned Drafts in Double Two-Tie Unit Weave
    Looming Thoughts
    A Second Look at Soft Drink Mix Dyes
    Mother-Wit and the Dyepot
    Antique Fiber Tools
    An Ounce of Prevention: Avoiding the immediate need for textile conservation
    Fibers for Spinning
    Japanese Weaving Tools
    Handspun/Handwoven Ramie Blouse
    A Spinner's Specialty: Heathered Yarns
    Divide ... and Conquer
    Fiber Heritage of the Salish

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has creases and light wear. 
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    The Weaver's Journal 1985 spring
    6 The Weaver's Journal 1985 spring
    Arana Press Inc. Spring 1985 Volume IX, Number 4, Issue 36 magazine used 86 pages 
    Features:
    An Ounce of Prevention: Preventing Deterioration
    Looming Thoughts
    Summer
    Scandinavian Traditions
    Reinterpreting Rya
    Harts and Flowers
    Firfletting - Fringe treatment from Norway
    Picture Lace
    Immigrant Memories
    Fabric Strip Design
    Log Cabin Rag Rugs
    Rag Rug Traditions
    "I Wish I Had a Loom ..."
    Double-Faced Krokbragd
    Shaft-Switching on Rising Shed Looms - using weighted floating heddles
    Designing for an Interior - Notes of a Pattern Weaver
    3-Toned Blocks. Futher explorations with long-eyed heddles

    Condition: Pages are clean. Cover has light wear. 
    Price: 8.25 USD

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