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SOFT TOY MAKING., Brinley, Rosemary.
1 Brinley, Rosemary. SOFT TOY MAKING.
Frederick Muller, London, 1953, first edition. 
93 pp, 7 1/4" H, hard cover in dust jacket. B&w drawings, patterns. Instructions for making sewn and knitted soft toys for babies and young children, including balls, rag books, dolls, rattles and animals. Light edge wear to boards, tiny slight b ump at corners, tiny dint at bottom edge of front board. Dust jacket has small chips and tears, moderate to heavy rubbing, old tape repairs, ink check marks on rear panel series listing, is price clipped, has wrinkling.creasing. Very Good - / F a i r 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
2 Bush, Nancy. FOLK SOCKS: THE HISTORY & TECHNIQUES OF HANDKNITTED FOOTWEAR.
Loveland, Colorado Interweave Press 1994 0934026971 / 9780934026970 1st Printing Soft Cover Very Good 
120 pp, 9" H. B&w and color photographs, patterns, diagrams. "The evolution of footwear from the eighth century B.C. to the present provides fascinating social history. Nancy Bush has delved into museum archives to find the best socks from a host of folk-knitting traditions. She has designed eighteen delightful pairs of socks inspired by these traditions, and the result is patterns for sturdy boot socks, handsome knicker socks, lacy stockings, kilt hose and more. A section of techniques includes an unsurpassed collection of heel turnings and toe shapings - and it's all here for knitters of all levels of experience. Nancy's interest in traditional hand knitting came via a degree in Art History and studies in color design and weaving in San Francisco and Sweden." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - light edge wear, a few very small and tiny scuffs on covers, one light cease down spine. 
Price: 12.50 USD
 
 
HARDANGER EMBROIDERY., Ciotti, Donatella.
3 Ciotti, Donatella. HARDANGER EMBROIDERY.
Sterling, New York, 2006. 
96 pp, 9 5/16" H, soft cover. ISBN 9781402732270 Colour photographs, b&w drawings. "Hardanger embroidery - counted and pulled thread work - forms stunning patterns with a classic look on evenweave fabrics like linen. First learn an assortment of exquisite stitches, from the Net Motif to Alternating Linked Bars. Then use your new skills on lovely projects, including coordinated place mats and napkins, a lacey doily, pretty curtains, and whimsical candy sachets. A pleasure to work, these v ersatile designs will brighten your home and make great gifts." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very tiny corner creases, very small crease at top edge of rear cover. Very Good+ 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
LACE FOR DOLLS & DOLLS' HOUSES., Collier, Ann.
4 Collier, Ann. LACE FOR DOLLS & DOLLS' HOUSES.
B T Batsford, London, 2001, reprint. 
128 pp, 9 3/4" H, soft cover. ISBN 0713480572 Colour photographs, b&w patterns, drawings. "The first chapters show how to make lace for costume dolls - Elizabethan, Georgian, Regency, Victorian and Flapper - which range in size from 6 to 24 inche s. In addition to bobbin and needlelace, the book incorporates embroidery techniques such as blackwork and quilting. The projects include lace collars, petticoats, ruffles, sleeves, stoles, fans and edgings. The author then turns to dolls' house s where patterns are provided for specific rooms - the dining room, living room and bedroom. A final chapter on dressing the dolls and making up the costumes is accompanied by pattern pieces which can be traced straight from the page." Interior - c lean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor rubbing, slight fading to spine color. Very Good 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
5 Druchunas, Donna. ARCTIC LACE: KNITTING PROJECTS AND STORIES INSPIRED BY ALASKA'S NATIVE KNITTERS.
Fort Collins, Colorado Nomad Press 2006 0966828976 / 9780966828979 Soft Cover Very Good+ 
192 pp, 10" H. B&w photographs, patterns. "Qiviut, or musk ox down, may be the world's most luxurious fiber. It's extremely soft, warm, and light-weight. People who experience it become obsessed. In 'Arctic Lace' you will: Learn about qiviut - what it is, where to find it, and how to use it; Discover the knitters of Oomingmak Musk Ox Producers' Co-operative and their signature laces; Find out how to design and knit your own lace - simply!" Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very small bump to top of spine, minor edge wear. 
Price: 22.50 USD
 
 
6 Fryer, Jane Eayre. THE MARY FRANCES KNITTING AND CROCHETING BOOK. OR, ADVENTURES AMONG THE KNITTING PEOPLE.
Philadelphia John C. Winston 1918 First Edition Hard Cover Good+ Jane Allen Boyer. 
270 pp, 9 3/8" H. Dark blue cloth with gold lettering on spine, color pastedown on front board. 8 color plates (including frontispiece) showing dolls dressed in finished projects, 8 b&w plates showing techniques - collated. Many additional b&w photographs & drawings throughout the text. Mary Frances learns to knit and crochet with the help of Knit & Knack, the knitting needles, and Crow Shay Hook & Wooley Ball. Further assistance comes from the fairy world in the form of Fairly Flew. The book takes the reader through projects of increasing complexity, building on skills learned in previous chapters. A step back in time, through the dolls' outfits, we can see the fashions of early 20th century America - scarves, shawls, petticoats, caps & turbans, slippers, sweaters, wristlets, mittens, sacques, garters, hand bags, purses, muffs, boas, stoles, etc. The book concludes with a section on Red Cross knitting, including knitted helmets, bed socks, hot water bottle cover, etc. Book is slightly cocked, light wear at top/bottom of spine and at corners, moderate browning to edges of text block and on endpapers, light browning to pages, 1" tear on page 51 archivally taped, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, two faint scratch marks on rear board. 
Price: 125.00 USD
 
 
BOBBIN LACE: AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY TECHNIQUES., Fuhrmann, Brigita.
7 Fuhrmann, Brigita. BOBBIN LACE: AN ILLUSTRATED GUIDE TO TRADITIONAL AND CONTEMPORARY TECHNIQUES.
Dover, New York, 1985. 
160 pp, 8 15/16" H, soft cover. ISBN 0486249026 "Dating from the 15th century, bobbin lace is prized everywhere for its intricacy, delicacy and decorative richness - and couldn't be easier to do! In this modern, step-by-step approach to the craft , noted lacemaker Brigita Fuhrmann shows you how to create every kind of bobbin lace - from the simplest stitch to the most challenging pattern. In addition, she traces the history of bobbin lacemaking in Western and Eastern Europe (including Russ i a) and relates these two distinct types to contemporary trends. (P)rovides expert advice on the tools you'll need - pillows, bobbins, pins, and threads - and easy-to-follow instructions for a variety of exquisite stitches. Clear, accurate diagra ms accompany stitch directions, beginning with the braid and Brussels ground and ending with the maiden's net and spiders. Learn how to make stunning straight lace and tape lace; construct fans, corners, edgings; draft patterns; finish your creati ons , and care for your lace." Interior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - spine lightly twisted, light edge wear, spine crease. Very Good- 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
CELTIC ART IN CROSS STITCH., Hammet, Barbara.
8 Hammet, Barbara. CELTIC ART IN CROSS STITCH.
David & Charles, Newton Abbot, 2002, first edition. 
112 pp, 4to (11 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0715312138 Profusely illustrated with colour photographs and patterns, b&w drawings. "(Brings) the world of our Celtic ancestors within the reach of today's cross stitcher. (The author) ha s been inspired by a wide range of Celtic artefacts including stone-carving, illuminated manuscripts, and metalwork to bring a fresh but thoughtful approach to this enduring art form. There are more than 25 beautiful projects to choose fro m r a n g i n g from pot lids and cards to pictures and a firescreen. Celtic key patterns provide the inspiration for a striking black and terracotta desk set, which includes a paperweight, a notebook cover and two simple bookmarks. A needlework s e wi ng a cc es so ry set is based on a carved stone cross, while a pair of bright and colurful cushions feature the interlaced dogs and birds that adorn the pages of the Lindisfarne Gospels. In addition, a fully charted motif library of over 50 de sig ns wil l p rov ide yo u with a wonderful resource of patterns that is sure to spark ideas of your own." Slight waviness to edges of textblock. Dust jacket has minor soft wrinkle on rear panel minor edge wrinkling. Very Good+/Very Good+ 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
DECORATIVE NEEDLEPOINT:  TAPESTRY AND BEADWORK., Hickman, Julia.
9 Hickman, Julia. DECORATIVE NEEDLEPOINT: TAPESTRY AND BEADWORK.
Reader's Digest, Pleasantville, New York, (1993). 
128 pp, 4to (10 7/8" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0895776913 Beautifully illustrated in color, showing finished projects and patterns. "...25 needlepoint projects of original designs including simple repeated patterns, beadwork projects an d a range of samplers...Simple step-by-step instructions...easy-to-follow stitching charts ensure each project's success...A final section on finishing and make-up techniques, an illustrated directory of stitches, a thread-conversion chart. . . a v a l u a ble reference source as well as an in spiring guide." Very light rubbing, small scuff on rear cover, several small shallow bumps to top edge of both boards, a few tiny dints on bottom edge of boards. Dust jacket has minor rubbing, af ew ar ea s of l ight edge wrinkling. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 17.50 USD
 
 
10 Kassell, Hilda. STITCHES IN TIME: THE ART AND HISTORY OF EMBROIDERY.
Duell, Sloan and Pearce, New York, (1966), Ist edition. 
108 pp, 8vo, hard cover in dust jacket. Illus. with b&w photos and drawings of stitch sketches. "...traces the history of our country (U.S.) through the illustrated stories that were embroidered on samplers...To help encourage this fascinating hobby, easy-to-follow directions and a clearly illustrated dictionary of the best-known stitches can be found in the second part of this book." Minor edge wear to boards. Dust jacket is price clipped, hasa few tiny chips, two small closed tears at top of spine with creasing - archivally taped, light edge wear elsewhere, soft crease on back panel/flap. VG+/G+ 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
ANDEAN FOLK KNITS.  GREAT DESIGNS FROM PERU, CHILE, ARGENTINA, ECUADOR & BOLIVIA., Lewandowski, Marcia.
11 Lewandowski, Marcia. ANDEAN FOLK KNITS. GREAT DESIGNS FROM PERU, CHILE, ARGENTINA, ECUADOR & BOLIVIA.
New York Lark 2006 1579909531 / 9781579909536 Soft Cover Very Good 
144 pp, (10" H). Profusely illustrated in color with photographs, patterns, drawings. "Beautiful bags and accessories (gloves, mittens, scarves, purses, socks, leggings, etc.) based on Andean knitting techniques. Work with the classic motifs and bright colors of the Andean nations to knit stunning bags and accessories. As you create the 35 exceptional projects, you'll become familiar with the fascinating cultural context, creativity, stories, and spirit of the Andean people." Interior - business label on half-title page, otherwise clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - tiny bump to botom of spine, very light edge wear, very light rubbing, two small soft corner creases. 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
 
THE LORE AND LURE OF HOOKED RUGS., McGown, Pearl K.
12 McGown, Pearl K. THE LORE AND LURE OF HOOKED RUGS.
West Boylston, Mass. Pearl K. McGown 1966 First Edition Hard Cover Very Good Fair 
310 pp, 9 1/4" H. "Mrs. McGown traces the progress of the creative craft in which she has been so instrumental in both revival of interest and improvement of technique. For thirty-five years, (her) books, workshops and correspondence courses have concentrated on the concept of sharing information. Her newest book, a collection of essays ranging in subject from occupational therapy to directions for dyeing, covers every aspect of the art today, with special emphasis on Mrs. McGown's recent revival of crewel work and orientals as related to hooked rugs. There are useful tips about how to make a roomsize rug as well as how best to hold the small hook. A book for the novice as well as for the expert, (it) encourages originality and effort and accords fully as much respect to the creator as to the created. Supplementing the text are 164 illustrations, sixteen in color, accompanied by descriptive copy which, to the person who hooks, will capably serve as instructions." Previous owner's name/address in felt-tipped pen on free front endpaper, book is cracked at pages 150/151 - pages holding firmly, light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine, a few tiny foxing marks on top of text block, spine slightly twisted. Dust jacket has edge tears/chips/creases, light to moderate edge wear, old tape repairs on inside surface, very light browning to some edges and on rear flap-fold, protected in a mylar sleeve. 
Price: 25.00 USD
 
 
13 McKendry, Ruth. Foreword by Dr. William E. Taylor, Jr. Photographs by Blake McKendry. Patterns by Lucy Anne Holliday. QUILTS AND OTHER BED COVERINGS IN THE CANADIAN TRADITION.
Toronto Discovery 1979 2nd Printing Hard Cover Very Good Very Good Photographs by Blake McKendry. 
240 pp, 4to (12 1/4" H). A beautiful book, covering not only the subject of bedding, but the social history that surrounds the artifacts. Chapter headings: Immigrants and Imports:The Loyalists and After; Making Cloth at Home; The Bedstead; Bed Furniture; The Feather Bed; Blankets, Sheets and Pillowcases; Quilts, Counterpanes and Coverlets; The Fabrics Used in Making Quilts; Sets, Borders and Batts; Quilt Names; Symbolism in Quilts; Dates, Origins and Styles; Epilogue; A Gallery of Traditional Quilts; Notes; Glossary of Terms; Acknowledgements; Bibliography; Index. 118 colour plates and 336 b&w plates by Blake McKendry "form a lavish gallery of nineteenth century North American textiles". Very light wrinkling amd minor wear at top/bottom of spine, a few tiny dents on bottom edge of boards, tiny scuff on rear board. Dust jacket has light edge wrinkling, light wear at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, light rubbing, small tear at top of spine and a 2" tear at bottom of rear flap-fold archivally taped. 
Price: 27.50 USD
 
 
THE HARMONY GUIDE TO ARAN AND FAIR ISLE KNITTING., Mountford, Debra, editor.
14 Mountford, Debra, editor. THE HARMONY GUIDE TO ARAN AND FAIR ISLE KNITTING.
Crown, New York, 1995. 
175 pp, 11 5/8" H, soft cover. ISBN 0517884054 Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w. "Richly textured Aran knits and colorful Fair Isle designs are two of the most popular traditional knitting styles. This comprehensive sourcebook provides kn itters with both the inspiration and the know-how to create items to be worn and treasured for years. Discover the origins of these unique knitting traditions, how islanders' livelihoods resulted in designs that are now well recognized the world o v er. This guide features a wide range of Aran cables, bobbles, and twists, among others, as well as Fair Isle patterns - almost 400 stitches. Each stitch entry includes a color illustration of the finished stitch, step-by-step instructions, and a s titch chart. Instructions are straightforward; both beginners and experienced knitters will find them easy to follow. Although these stitches can be combined in countless ways in a variety of patterns, this book includes patterns for timeless c las sics. The Aran knit patterns include a woman's cabled sweaters, his and hers cabled sweaters, as well as hats and mittens for women and children. And a woman's sweater, a man's sweater, and hat and gloves are among the Fair Isle patterns." In teri or - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - very light edge wear, light rubbing, small crease at corners of front cover, a few small soft creases on covers, book slightly cocked, light waviness to edges of text block. Ve ry Go od 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
15 Pagoldh, Susanne. Nodic Knitting: Thirty-one Patterns in the Scandinavian Tradition.
Loveland, Colorado Interweave Press 1991 0934026688 / 9780934026680 Hard Cover Very Good 
120 pp, 11" H - glazed pictorial boards - no dust jacket (as issued). Color and b&w illustrations - photographs, patterns. "In the cold and splendid landscape of the Scandinavian countries, warmth is a necessity and beauty a natural expectation. Not surprisingly, the knitting traditions of these countries are immensely rich. In 'Nordic Knitting' you'll find more than thirty patterns for traditional sweaters, hats, and mittens from Denmark, the Faroe Islands, Greenland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, Aland, and Finland. Materials and measurements are carefully adapted for today's knitters. Susanne Pagoldh travelled throughout Scandinavia with knitting needles in her bags, in search of beautiful, authentic, and useful Nordic knitted apparel. She met with knitters and museum staff in each country and took home a treasure chest of patterns, which she opens for you in these pages." Three small shallow edge bumps, small bump to three corners, very light rubbing to glossy boards, 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
SIMPLE SEWING.  PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SEWING EDUCATION OF THE SINGER COMPANY.  EASY-TO-DO BOOK SERIES., Paul, Edith and Zeitz, Barbara.  Illustrated by Catherine Scholz and Nancy Sears.
16 Paul, Edith and Zeitz, Barbara. Illustrated by Catherine Scholz and Nancy Sears. SIMPLE SEWING. PREPARED UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF SEWING EDUCATION OF THE SINGER COMPANY. EASY-TO-DO BOOK SERIES.
Wonder Books, New York, 1969. 
64 pp, 8" H, pictorial board covers with plastic coil binding. Profusely illustrated with drawings. Chapter headings: A Message to You; Sew Safely; Sewing Tools for Your Sewing Box; About the Material You Buy; Pressing; Ready, Set Sew!; Machine Se wing; How to Take Care of Your Own Clothes; How to Make a Dress From an Easy-to-Make Pattern; Ballerina Halloween Costume; Embroidery is an Art; Gifts to Make for Special Occasions. Small area of surface paper loss on first page, minor wear a n d s o i ling to front edge of text block, light edge wear to boards, small bump at top corner of rear board, minor rubbing and soiling on boards. Very Good- 
Price: 15.00 USD
 
 
HANDSPUN TREASURES FROM RARE WOOLS.  COLLECTED WORKS FROM THE SAVE THE SHEEP PROJECT., Robson, Deborah, editor.  (Deborah Robson, D.P. Sponenberg, D.E. Bixby, Susan Strawn Bailey, Amy C. Clarke.)
17 Robson, Deborah, editor. (Deborah Robson, D.P. Sponenberg, D.E. Bixby, Susan Strawn Bailey, Amy C. Clarke.) HANDSPUN TREASURES FROM RARE WOOLS. COLLECTED WORKS FROM THE SAVE THE SHEEP PROJECT.
Interweave, Loveland, Colorado, 2000. 
95 pp, 9" H, soft cover. ISBN 1883010845 Color and b&w photographs. "Bringing together the art of spinning and wools from rare breeds of sheep, (this book) catalogs the 29 touring pieces from the Save the Sheep Exhibit. It also includes photos a nd information on endangered breeds, plus photos of several dozen other pieces that illustrate points about the rare-breed fibers and what makes them indispensable for contemporary handspinning. Complete with basic spinning terms and concepts." I n terior - clean and tight with no previous ownership marks. Exterior - minor edge wear, light fading to spine color, large crease at top corner of rear cover, slight waviness to edges of text block. Very Good 
Price: 30.00 USD
 
 
VOGUE KNITTING STITCHIONARY 2.  THE ULTIMATE STITCH DICTIONARY FROM THE EDITORS OF VOGUE KNITTING MAGAZINE.  VOLUME TWO. CABLES., Scott, Carla, et al.
18 Scott, Carla, et al. VOGUE KNITTING STITCHIONARY 2. THE ULTIMATE STITCH DICTIONARY FROM THE EDITORS OF VOGUE KNITTING MAGAZINE. VOLUME TWO. CABLES.
Sixth & Spring, New York, 2006, first edition. 
200 pp, oblong 8vo (8 3/4" H x 11 1/4" D), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 1931543895 Profusely illustrated in colour and b&w with photographs and patterns. "Finally, the cable reference that every knitter craves! Vogue Knitting, the most trust ed name in knitting, presents the 'Vogue Stitchionary, Volume 2: Cables': Tried-and-true cables from the pages of Vogue Knitting magazine; 200 designs for knitters of every skill level, in chapters arranged thematically: Easy, Diamonds & Pr e t z e l s , B raids, Allover, and Combinations; Patterns include written instructions as well as charts; Crisp full-color photography of a sample swatch of each pattern; Patterns arranged within chapters, from easiest to most challenging. Let yo ur i ma gi na ti on ru n wild with more than 200 cables to knit and enjoy." Dust jacket has minor wrinkle at bottom of spine. Fine/Near Fine 
Price: 35.00 USD
 
 
PORTUGUESE NEEDLEWORK RUGS:  THE TIME-HONORED ART OF ARRAIOLOS RUGS ADAPTED FOR MODERN HANDCRAFTERS., Stone, Patricia.  Foreword by Luis Amorim de Sousa.
19 Stone, Patricia. Foreword by Luis Amorim de Sousa. PORTUGUESE NEEDLEWORK RUGS: THE TIME-HONORED ART OF ARRAIOLOS RUGS ADAPTED FOR MODERN HANDCRAFTERS.
EPM, McLean, Virginia, 1981. 
118 pp, 4to (11 1/4" H), hard cover in dust jacket. ISBN 0914440497 Profusely illustrated in color and b&w with photographs, patterns, diagrams. "....readers will find not only a pictorial gallery of a variety of Arrailos dating from as early as the seventeenth century, but also complete instructions for creating any of 13 designs of their own. Never before has the Arraiolos technique been set down in such details and with such helpful drawings. The technique is a counted thread type of e mbroidery that uses several variations of the long-legged cross stitch. The stitches are worked on a choice of canvases from charted patterns and can be mastered in a few hours, even by an inexperienced needleworker. An Arrailos has many a d v a n t a g e s over conventional handmade rugs. Its 'long' or 'third' led of the cross stitch gives extra density and durability. It can be worked by a left- or right-handed person as well as by more than one person at the same time. It make s ma xi mu m us e of w ool yarn because nearly all remains on top of the canvas. And, finally, it requires no lining and rarely, because of the way it's sewn, needs blocking." Slight fading to top/bottom edges of boards, very light wrinkling at t op /bo tto m e dg es of sp ine . Dust jacket is price clipped, has light edge wrinkling - mainly at top/bottom of spine and flap-folds, light wear at top/bottom of spine, light rubbing and minor soiling on rear panel. Very Good/Very Good 
Price: 39.95 USD
 
 
BRUGES FLOWER LACE., Sutton, Edna.
20 Sutton, Edna. BRUGES FLOWER LACE.
Robin & Russ Handweavers, McMinnville, Oregon, 1986. 
118 pp, 9 13/16" H, hard cover in glazed pictorial boards - no dust jacket. ISBN 0852196504 B&w photographs, drawings. "One of the most beautiful forms of traditional Continental bobbin lace, Bruges Flower lace is described in detail in this firs t English language book on the subject. A carefully planned reference and instructional work, produced for the lacemaker with a working knowledge of the craft, this book is the result of several years of research by the author. It describes the b a sic techniques used in the lace - braids, edgings, leaves, scrolls and flowers - and provides detailed explanations on how to make many decorative lace pieces. In common with all good lace books it is illustrated with many photographs, prickings an d diagrams." Samll bump at corners of boards and at top/bottom of spine, very light rubbing, two small line indentations at bottom of front board at hinge, very light corner wear. Very Good- 
Price: 20.00 USD
 
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