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Weaving Handbook

Weaving Handbook

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A practical and down-to-earth handbook for all skill levels.Designer and weaving expert A. . .sa Parson and professional textile curator Amica Sundstrom have come together to create the modern reference book that weavers worldwide have always longed for-"both inspiration and essential guidebook, for the novice and the experienced weaver alike, filled with engaging sample projects, in-depth discussions of techniques and materials, review of cloth textures and types, and explanations of weaving methods and levels of quality.
- Try out sample projects ranging from the elegantly simple to the increasingly complex, covering a wide range of weaving techniques
- Understand the principles behind the arrangement and preparation of the loom
- Learn about weaving tools of all shapes and sizes, and how to use them
- Discover the differences between various fibers and fabric types, and their looks, feels, and visual effects
- And so much more!

Asa Parson is a graduate of the Swedish School of Textiles in Boras and the University College of Arts, Crafts, and Design in Stockholm. When designing textiles Parson is reductive in her approach, allowing only the essential elements to remain. Her designs reflect her preference for fixed structures and have a clean, simple, and timeless expression. She currently resides in Stockholm, Sweden. Amica Sundstrom is a textile aficionado at heart. She is well-versed within her field, with a wide scope and a lot of in-depth detail, especially within the weaving. At an early stage during her education, she specialized in reconstructions of prehistoric and historical textiles, which brought on the desire to learn more of their context, which is why she continued by studying archaeology and textile history. Working at the Swedish History Museum where she works as a curator, in charge of the textile collections. She is a much-appreciated speaker within the field of textiles, and specifically prehistoric textiles and dress. Amica currently resides in Stockholm, Sweden.

Trafalgar Square Books
Spring 2021
On Sale: Jun 25/21
Cloth | 7.5 x 10
124 color photos, 322 charts, 163 diagrams

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