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by M.M. Atwater


I bought "Byways in Handweaving" by Mary Meigs Atwater, back in 1973. I was on a quest to learn old skills and I was learning to knot, spin and weave and make baskets.

I bought "Byways in Handweaving" by Mary Meigs Atwater, back in 1973. card-weaving, inkles, twined weaving, belt-weaves, braiding and knotting, plaiting. From our American indians to South America, Persia, Africa, Egypt and Scandinavia! Instructions were so thorough that I could study them and even try them out! This is one of those wonderful books, full of information, that.

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This book is a pleasure to own. In it, Mrs. Atwater describes little-known weaving techniques from various parts of the world.

Byways in handweaving. By the author of Shuttle-craft Book of American Hand-Weaving (revised 1951) this furthers the hobby by its coverage of different types of weaving, patterns, and nationalities. Here is card weaving, ""inkles"", turned weaving, braiding and knotting, plaiting, belt weaves (two warp and double faced), techniques and designs from South America, Africa, Guatemala, etc.

Mary Meigs Atwater (28 February 1878 – 5 September 1956) was an American weaver. She revived handweaving in America by collecting weaving drafts, teaching and writing; Handweaver and Craftsman called Atwater "the grand dame and grand mother of the revival of handweaving in ". Atwater studied art at the Chicago Art Institute and in Paris, France. She lived in several western states, Bolivia and Mexico

It is a cloth hardcover book of 281 numbered pages. The cover has scuffing at the edges otherwise it is in very good condition. Byways in Handweaving by Mary Atwater used book.

It is a cloth hardcover book of 281 numbered pages. The dustjacket has surface wear, marking and edge tears.

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SALT LAKE CITY, Sept She was the widow of Maxwell W. Atwater.

SALT LAKE CITY, Sept. 7- Mrs. Mary Meigs Atwater, one of the nation's most prominent art weavers and author of textbooks on hand weaving, died here yesterday of a heart ailment at the age of 68. She was the widow of Maxwell W. View Full Article in Timesmachine . Advertisement. Go to Home Page . news.

Byways in Hand Weaving epub download

ISBN13: 978-0025043206

ISBN: 002504320X

Author: M.M. Atwater

Category: Crafts and Hobbies

Subcategory: Crafts & Hobbies

Language: English

Publisher: Collier Macmillan Ltd (December 1968)

ePUB size: 1929 kb

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I bought "Byways in Handweaving" by Mary Meigs Atwater, back in 1973. I was on a quest to learn old skills and I was learning to knot, spin and weave and make baskets. This wonderful book opened my eyes to indigenous fiber work from around the world and how it crossed continents...card-weaving, inkles, twined weaving, belt-weaves, braiding and knotting, plaiting. From our American indians to South America, Persia, Africa, Egypt and Scandinavia! Instructions were so thorough that I could study them and even try them out! This is one of those wonderful books, full of information, that is part of the foundation of fiber-work done today. Some of it would be totally lost and gone forever without Mary Meigs Atwater's research and perseverance in preserving it.