Textiles, Rugs, Fabrics

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TEXTILE DESIGNS: 200 YEARS OF EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN PATTERNS

Written by Elffers, Joost
Never before have printed textiles been celebrated in a book of this magnitude. Now in paperback, Textile Designs is the indispensable sourcebook for the colorful patterned materials that have been used in fashion and interiors for the past 200 years.
May 1, 2002 | Paperback | Harry N. Abrams |
$55.00
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RUSSIAN TEXTILES: PRINTED CLOTH FOR THE BAZAARS OF CENTRAL ASIA

Written by Meller, Susan
Russian Textiles showcases the gorgeous printed-cotton textiles created and manufactured in Russia and exported to Central Asia from approximately 1860 to 1960. More than 175 spectacular patterns spanning a variety of periods and styles, from Art Nouveau florals to Soviet-era agitprop, are featured.
September 1, 2007 | HC-OOP | ABRAMS |
$60.00
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WRAPPED IN COLOR: 30 SHAWLS TO KNIT

Written by Landra, Taiu
Made of high-quality, hand-painted merino, Koigus signature yarn is legendary, cherished for its wearability, versatility, and stunning colors. These collection of 30 magnificent shawls, all knit with Koigu, will be a must-have for the companys obsessively loyal following. With patterns in all weights, from ultra-luxe lace to popular bulky yarns, every knitter willl find a perfect project!
March 17, 2015 | Paperback | Sixth & Spring Books |
$17.95
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500 ART QUILTS

"A beautiful new addition to the successful series"A vibrant and growing community of crafters has embraced quilting, and this outstanding international collection will inspire and captivate them.
March 2, 2010 | Paperback | Lark Books (NC) |
$24.95
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ART OF ENAMELING

Written by Darty, Linda
With this lavish introduction to the centuries-old art of enameling, even beginners can effortlessly create imaginative designs. Written with clarity and passion by a leader in the field, it covers all the popular techniques, the fundamentals of setting up a studio, and 14 fabulous projects.
August 28, 2006 | Paperback | Union Square & Co. |
$17.95
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JAPANESE QUILTS AND QUILTERS: THE STORY OF AN AMERICAN IMPORT

Written by Duryea Wong, Teresa
Discover how quilting came to be a favorite pastime for an estimated 3 million quilters in Japan today, as well as a multimillion-dollar business. For 40 years, Japan looked to America and imported quilts for ideas and inspiration.
September 28, 2015 | Hardcover | Schiffer Craft | 144 Pages |
$34.99
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ARTISTIC LEATHER OF THE ARTS AND CRAFTS PERIOD

Written by Lees, Daniel
The rich beauty and craftsmanship of leather objects dating from 1900-1929 is captured here in 540 beautiful color photos. These items include fine leather accessories, such as billfolds, blotters, bookends boxes, cigar cases, document cases, glove cases, mats napkin rings, paperweights, purses, and wastebaskets.
November 18, 2009 | Hardcover | Schiffer Publishing |
$39.99
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THREADS OF GOLD: CHINESE TEXTILES FROM CHING TO MING:

Written by Haig, Paul
Chinese textiles go back thousands of years. The Silk Road was named for the extensive trade in these fine materials. Due to China's size and history of successive wealthy dynasties, a vast amount of textile art is available for study today. Great tombs have yielded beautiful and dateable pieces worn and used by elite members of Chinese society.
September 20, 2006 | Hardcover | Schiffer Publishing |
$79.95
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BIG BOOK OF HOOKED RUGS 1950-1980

Written by Turbayne, Jessie A
Using over 450 vintage color photographs, this handsome album chronicles the pivotal years of rug hooking-from the 1950s through the mid-1980s. During this period, both women and men were enjoying the craft and hooking rugs in record numbers. From inside the halls of rug exhibits, readers will enjoy viewing the best that hookers of this era created.
January 17, 2005 | Paperback | Schiffer Craft |
$29.95
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NEW ARTISANS II

Written by Dupon, Olivier
Collectable, one-of-a-kind artisanal objects--whether hand-woven textiles or handblown glass--have become a fixture of the modern home; and the artists who produce them are increasingly sought-after. In this follow-up volume to The New Artisans, design expert and lauded blogger Olivier Dupon continues his exploration of the most creative artisans working today.
March 17, 2015 | Hardcover | Thames & Hudson | 320 Pages |
$50.00

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