Weaving Books and Magazines

 

We have current and back issues of Handwoven in stock. And, while not technically a magazine, we keep all available issues of Weaver’s Craft in stock. Written by Jean Scorgie, a past editor of Handwoven, each issue of this gem is like having a weaving teacher at your elbow.

The weaving shelf is stocked with old favorites and new releases. We also have a shop library that has copies of weaving books going back to the 1800’s that is helpful to consult when you are working on a project. You may not check out or purchase books from the library, but you are welcome to use them as reference books in the shop. We are putting our library on line at aNobii. Joining is simple, then search under friends for joan@heritagespinning.com. You’ll see all the books we have listed so far.

Here’s an example of the kinds of weaving books we have in stock.

Current and back issues in stock.

Dixon's book is a new weaving classic. Loaded with full color examples, it is a great idea starter.

A mainstay in a weaver's library since 1944.

A staple in the "more than four" world.

Interesting experiments in texture. Anne is a world-class fiber artist who shares her methods without reserve.


One of several reprints from old Weavers Magazine, edited by Madelyn Van Der Hoogt

This book is perfect for the new rigid heddle weaver. Liz explains the selected projects with a keen understanding of the topic.

Written for the rigid heddle weaver, this book is equally appropriate for multi-shaft weavers.

Just one of several Kumihimo books.

Weaving bands on an inkle loom is a nice complement to larger looms. Bress provides a good introduction.

An affordable way to get started weaving (also called tablet weaving).

Just one of several Kumihimo books.

 

 

 

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