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Rug Making Hand Loom Weaving On DVD
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1. Hand-Loom Weaving, A Manual For School And Home, Illustrated (1902) 168 Pages

Hand-Loom Weaving

By Matti Ph Todd

·       A Manual For School And Home Fully Illustrated

  • ·       An Introduction. By Alice W. Cooley -------- 7                
  • ·       Chapter  One. The Primitive Loom -------- 13
  • ·       Chapter  Two. A Chat On Weaving -------- 22
  • ·       Chapter  Three. First Steps In Weaving -------- 30
  • ·       Chapter  Four. Methods Of Stringing Warp ------- 42
  • ·       Chapter  Five. Materials --------51
  • ·       Chapter  Six. Directions For Dyeing ---- 58
  • ·       Chapter  Seven. Methods Of Splicing Materials For Weaving --------83
  • ·       Chapter  Eight. Wool And Silkoline Rugs Or Mats-------- 86
  • ·       Chapter  Nine. Hammocks-------- 93
  • ·       Chapter  Ten. Face And Dish Cloths And Bath Rugs-------- 99
  • ·       Chapter  Eleven. Raffia Mats-------- 101
  • ·       Chapter  Twelve. Oriental Rugs --------122
  • ·       Chapter  Thirteen. Navajo Blankets --------135
  • ·       Chapter  Fourteen. Songs, Games, And Stories  -------- 143
  • ·       Chapter  Fifteen. A List Of Helpful Books And Magazine Articles --------153

2. Hand-Loom Weaving, Plain & Ornamental (1920) 410 Pages

·       Chapter  I

  •    ·   The Rudiments Of Spinning And Weaving

·       Chapter  Ii

  • ·       The Indispensable Appliances For Simple Weaving

·       Chapter  Iii

  • ·       The Warping Board
  • ·       The Warping Board The Necessity For Strength In All
  • ·       Weaving Appliances
  • ·       Board The Portee Cross Taking Off The Warp
  • ·       The Hand-Stick 

·       Chapter  Iv

  • ·       The Warping Mill
  • ·       The Warping Mill Necessary For Long, Full Warps
  • ·       Description Of The Warping Mill For Silk-Weaving.
  • ·       The Bobbin Frame The Heck-Block

·       Chapter  V

  • ·       Turning On, Or Beaming
  • ·       Turning On, Or Beaming The Raddle, Or Vateau
  • ·       Selection Of A Raddle For A Particular Warp The
  • ·       Cane Roller And Cane Sticks The Raddle Stand

·       And Contents

·       Chapter  Vi

  • ·       The Beaming Drum
  • ·       The Essential Part Of Beaming Machinery The Drum
  • ·       And Its Fittings.

·       Chapter  Vii

·       The Hand-Loom For Automatic Weaving

  • ·       Opening Or Shedding The Warp For Wafting Shedding
  • ·       The Warp Without Appliances Simplicity Of Egyptian
  • ·       And Greek Weaving The Headle-Rod Ancient
  • ·       Horizontal Looms And Automatic Sheds Indian
  • ·       And Chinese Looms The Old English Hand-Loom.

·       Chapter  Viii

  • ·       J The Accessory Appliances Of The Loom
  • ·       Part Ii
  • ·       Simple Pattern-Weaving

·       Chapter  Ix

  • ·       Tapestry-Weaving
  • ·       A Definition Of Pattern-Weaving Ancient Textile
  • ·       Decoration The Origin Of Tapestry-Weaving
  • ·       Tapestry Akin To Embroidery

·       Chapter  X

  • ·       The Simplest Warp And Weft Effects Of Pattern
  • ·       Further Definition Of Pattern-Weaving Patterns
  • ·       Possible On The Loom

·       Chapter  Xi

  • ·       Single-Harness Patterns

·       Chapter  Xii

  • ·       The Satins And Double Cloth
  • ·       Construction And Utility Of Satin Tie Meaning Of
  • ·       The Term Satin Peculiar Quality Of The Satin.
  • ·       Xvii B

·       Contents Chapter  Xiii

  • ·       Shedding Motions Fags
  • ·       The Simplest Shedding Motion Two Typical Shedding

·       Chapter  Xiv

  • ·       Double-Harness Pattern-Weaving
  • ·       Diaper-Weaving Example Patterns In Double Cloth
  • ·       Indian Example Use Of The Figure Harness.

·       Chapter  Xv

  • ·       Automatic Machines For Shedding Motions
  • ·       Automatic Shedding Motions And Their Use Disadvantages
  • ·       Of The Jacquard Machine For Home
  • ·       Weaving Comparison Of It With Simpler Machines
  • ·       Xviii
  • ·       The Jack-In-The-Box Its Inventor Character
  • ·       Of Old Hand-Loom Weavers. T
  • ·       Part Iii
  • ·       Complex Pattern-Weaving

·       Chapter  Xvi

  • ·       The Draw-Loom And Thread Monture
  • ·       Ancient Origin Of The Draw-Loom Its Importance In
  • ·       Weaving Description Of Draw-Loom Building
  • ·       The Monture The Two Kinds Of Repeating
  • ·       Patterns The Comber-Board The Pulley-Box
  • ·       The Tail Cords The Simple And Guide Cords.

·       Chapter  Xvii

  • ·       The Shaft Monture
  • ·       Invention Of The Split Or Shaft Harness The Comber board
  • ·       For Shaft Harness Building.

·       Chapter  Xviii

  • ·       Brocatelle And Tissue Weaving
  • ·       The Technique Of Brocatelle Webs Weaving Brocatelles
  • ·       Draughting For Tissue Weaving Two
  • ·       Methods Of Mounting Binders.

·       Chapter  Xix

  • ·       The Compound Monture
  • ·       Advantages Of Dividing The Monture Description Of
  • ·       The Compound Monture Examples Of Compound
  • ·       Monture Weaving Old English Brocade.

3. The Book Of School Weaving By N . A. Reed  66 Pages  Early 1900s ,

4. Aboriginal American Weaving (1910)   20 Pages

By Miss Mary Lois Kissell

Author’s Introduction : No Doubt Could We Know The History Of Primitive Loom Work In America  Prior To The Coming Of The White Man, We Would Find An Extended Distribution Of Weaving, But All Early Textiles Have Been Lost Owing To The Destructability Of The Material And The Lack Of Climatic And Other Conditions Suitable For Their

Preservation--Conditions Such As Are Present In The Hot Desert Lands Of The Southwest And The Coast Region Of Peru. However, So Many Impressions Of Weavings Have Been Found On Early Pottery As To Assure Us That Beautiful Work Of This Kind Was Made In Eastern, Middle And Southern United States. In

Western British Columbia At The Present Time There Are Tribes Carrying On Certain Forms Of Weaving Which Show Four Interesting Types.

5. Abnákee Rugs With Instructions For Dyeing ([C1909]) 76 Pages

 Author’s Introduction : A Manual Describing The Abnakee Industry, The Methods Used, With Instructions For Dyeing. By Helen R. Albee

6. How To Make Rugs (1908, C1902) Illustrated 163 Pages

By Candace Wheeler

  • ·       Rug Weaving. 19
  • ·       Ii. The Pattern. 33
  • ·       Iii. Dyeing. - - 45
  • ·       Iv. Ingrain Carpet Rugs. 57
  • ·       V. Woven Rug Portieres. - 67
  • ·       Vi. Woolen Rugs. 79
  • ·       Vii. Cotton Rugs. ... 99
  • ·       Viii. Linsey Woolsey. - - 113

7. Monograph On The Carpet Weaving Industry Of Southern India (1908) 160 Pages

Plus Thirty Plates Also Showing The Knots Used In Carpet Making By Henry Harris

8. Cross-stitch embroidery (1899) 58 Pages

By Harriet Cushman Wilkie

9. The Craft Of Hand Made Rugs (1936) 304 Pages

 By Ami Mali Hicks

10. A Century Of Carpet And Rug Making In America (1925) 144 Pages

11. Cyclopedia Of Textile Work 387 Pages ( 1911)

 A General Reference Library On Cotton, Woolen And Worsted Yarn Manufacture, Weaving, Designing, Chemistry And Dyeing, Finishing, Knitting, And Allied Subjects.

12. Ladies' Fancy Work  (1885) 92 Pages

13. Lessons In Fancy Work (1885) 44 Pages

14. Manual Of Needlework (1883) 128 Pages

15. The Priscilla Netting Book (1914) 52 Pages

16. Weaving (1895) 56 Pages

17- Woolen And Worsted Loomfixing; A Book For Loomfixers And All Who Are Interested In The Production Of Plain And Fancy Worsteds And Woolens (1900)

18- Weaving With Paper Rope (1922)

19- Weaving Pattern And Sample Book (1900) By Lyon

20- Weaving Machinery For Cotton, Silk, Woolen, Worsted And Special Fabrics (1919)

21- Weaving ,Plain And Fancy (1907) By Nelson, Thomas

22- Varied Occupations In Weaving (1901) By Louisa Walker

23- Treatise On The Art Of Knitting (1861)

Treatise on the art of knitting, with a history of the knitting loom comprising an interesting account of its origin, and of its recent wonderful improvements

24- The Theory And Practice Of The Art Of Weaving By Hand And Power, With Calculations And Tables, For The Use Of Those Connected With The Trade (1869)

25- The Shuttle Craft Book Of American Hand Weaving (1928) By Mary Megis Atwater

26- The Mechanism Of Weaving (1900) By Fox, Thomas W

27- The Art Of Weaving By Hand And By Power, With An Account Of Its Rise And Progress (1845)

28- Technology Of Textile Design.Being A Practical Treatise On The Construction And Application Of Weaves For All Textile Fabrics, With Minute Reference To The Latest Inventions For Weaving (1888)

29- Shuttle Craft Courses In Weaving (1922) By Atwater, Mary Meigs

30- Seat Weaving (1917) By Perry, L.Day

31- Rug Weaving For Everyone By Osma Gallinger Tod

32- Practice In Weaving And Loom-Fixing.A Complete Manual For The Weave Room (1887) By Nightingale, B.D

33- Practical Loom Fixing (1917) By Nelson, Thomas

34- Practical And Descriptive Essays On The Art Of Weaving (1808)

35- Oriental Rug Weaving (1901)

36- Note Book On Weaving, Spinning, Dying & Other Handcrafts (1930)

37- Manuscript Notes On Weaving (1912)

38- Manuscript Notes On Weaving (1900) V3

39- Manuscript Notes On Weaving (1900) V2

40- Labor-Saving Looms (1907)

Labor-saving looms  a brief treatise on plain weaving and the recent improvements in that line, with special reference to the Northrop looms

41- Jute And Linen Weaving

42- Jacquard Weaving And Designing (1895)

43- How To Figure Out And Arrange Pattern Work For Weaving Colored Fabrics (1915)

Explained and illustrated, together with other simple rules and calculations pertaining to weaving departments

44- Hooper Colonial Loom (1903)

45- History And Manufacture Of Floor Coverings (1899)

46- Foot-Power Loom Weaving ([C1920])

47- Foot-Power Loom Weaving (1918)

48- First Year Weaving (1890)

49- Cotton Loom Fixing (1924) By Reynolds, John

50- Card Loom Weaving Sampler Of Twill Weaving (1900)

51- Book Of Instructions, The Priscilla Weaving Art (1915)

52- A Practical Treatise On Weaving And Designing Of Textile Fabrics With Chapters On The Principles Of Construction Of The Loom, Calculations And Colour (1879)

53- A Manual Of The Processes Of Winding, Warping And Quilling Of Silk And Other Various Yarns From The Skein To The Loom (1918)

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