Textile Techniques in Metal: For Jewelers, Textile Artists & Sculptors

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Lark Books, 2003 - Crafts & Hobbies - 176 pages
A fully revised classic, with expanded photography and even more masterpieces by international artists, teaches you how to work each fiber technique in metal wire or strip. “Abundantly illustrated and thorough...this treasure of a book will be a continual source of insight, inspiration, and information.”—Shuttle, Spindle & Dyepot.
 

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Textile techniques in metal: for jewelers, textile artists & sculptors

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Weaving and knitting may not seem to be likely techniques for metalworkers, but fine wire and strips of metal can be made pliable enough to be worked this way. Fisch gives detailed instructions for ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
7
Basic Materials Tools and Processes
22
Interlinking and its Variations Sprang and Bobbin Lace
96
Knots and Knotting
123
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