Double Woven Treasures from Old Peru
Pre-Columbian double cloth is one of the world's great textile traditions. This book takes a comprehensive look at the varieties of double cloth preserved in museums and private collections including fabric analysis, and provides detailed weaving instructions. A must for collectors and weavers alike.
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3-span floats 4-color alternate Andean backstrap balanced plain-weave double band belt Bolivia border warps braid camelid Charles Llewellyn color change complementary complementary-warp weave Courtesy crochet cotton d-bouts dark diagonals double-faced double-woven Draft Early Horizon edge endloops ends fabric face Figure front grid half-hitches heading cord heddle loops heddle stick horizontal Inca inkle loom insert stick knot L-edge lease sticks Lift H2 loom bar Middle Horizon motifs oblique interlacing original warp cross pairs pass weft pattern area Pattern Diagram pattern rows pattern warps pebble row pebble weave Peru Photo picking cross pickup plain-weave double cloth Plate pre-Columbian sample selvedge sets of warp shed rod shot side simple two-bar loom strap structure tassel technique Textile Museum tie-down treadle loom twill twining two-faced warp and weft warp floats warp order warp substitution warp weave warp-faced double cloth warp-faced plain weave weave with outlining weaver Weaving Sequence woven yarns