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Batik and Tie-Dye Techniques by Nancy Belfer
In this comprehensive, generously illustrated handbook, Nancy Belfer leads readers step-by-step through the techniques required to create imaginative and beautiful batiks and tie-dyed textiles. Over 100 photographs and 28 diagrams make it easier for even beginners to follow the various...
Batik, Tie Dyeing, Stenciling, Silk Screen, Block Printing by Francis J. Kafka
Stenciling, batik, block printing, tie dyeing, free-hand painting, silk-screen painting, as well as flocking and transferring pictures are all covered in this book. Over 350 illustration and complete step-by-step explanations. This is an unabridged republication of 1959 edition. 198 pp....
Craft of the Dyer by Karen Leigh Casselman
Complete guide to making and using dyes from plants and lichens. Introductory chapters on equipment, mordants, dyeing procedures, and other essentials are followed by chapters on individual plants and their suitability for dyeing, how to process them, colors, dye-fastness, and...
Early-Style Hardanger Embroidery by Yvette Stanton
While the interest in hardanger goes far beyond the Norwegian borders and has spread worldwide from the Hardangerfjord region from which it once emerged, early-style hardanger is not often seen outside of Norway and is quite distinct from contemporary hardanger....
Flatweaves From Fjord And Forest by Peter Willborg
This is the first book in English to celebrate the little-known woven art of Scandinavia. It contains 46 full-color plates of rare and unpublished examples of indigenous tapestry designs, all of which display an astonishing variety of pattern, geometric, floral,...
Frida Hansen – Art Nouveau in Full Bloom
Published by the Stavanger Art Museum in 2015, this book features the works of Frida Hansen (1855–1931) who was an internationally acclaimed artist from Stavanger, Norway. She was active at the turn of the twentieth century and pioneered the development...
Handplagg til Bunader og Folkedrakter by Heidi Fossness
Handplagg til Bunader og Folkedrakter is a spectacular presentation of original Norwegian hand coverings with instructions for making more than 100 inspiring reproductions of mittens, gloves, wrist warmers, and half-gloves using a variety of techniques, including knitting, crocheting, embroidery, and...
Invisible Threads in Knitting by Annemor Sundbo
A knitting book for anyone interested in culture and anyone who likes to knit. Sundbo uses memories, the language of symbols, folk beliefs, and leftover yarns are the exciting means of traveling into the world of knitting techniques. A charming history...
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