Weaving is Fun: A Guide for Teachers, Children & Beginning Weavers, about Yarns, Baskets, Cloth & Tapestry
Describes the processes through which various yarns are obtained and illustrates the basic techniques of weaving fabric and designs.
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FROM SOURCE TO WOVEN BASKETS
HANDWOVEN CLOTH OF MANY KINDS
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