Threadwinder.info - Textile Publications

Books containing multiple techniques are (to be) listed under each technique featured within their texts. Conversely, FreeForm is a style that is not technique-dependent.

Fibre Preparation:     Fiber Dyeing     Specific Fiber Processing     Spinning    

Thread Manipulation:     Crochet     Knitting     Lace (pillow & needle)     Macrame     Netting     Tatting    

Weaving, Darning, Tapestry, & Rugs:     Darning     Rug Making     Tapestry     Weaving    

Sewing/Embellishment:     Cutwork     Dyeing/Printing/Painting Cloth     Embroidery     Hardanger     Quilting/Patchwork/Applique     Sewing     Soft-Sculpture    

History:     Advertising     Bibliographies     Fashion     Postcards     Sheet Music     Textile-History     Tools & Notions      

Not Strictly Textiles:     Beading & Cabochons     Collection-Organization/Art-Studios     Crafts-Business     Designing     Rocks/Fossils/Amber     Shells/Coral/Bone     Wire Working/Wrapping     Writing/Publishing    

A really good source for information on crochet, knitting, tatting, netting, embroidery, needle lace, beading and other needlework books and patterns is: Antique Pattern Library.