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Twills 'N More, Volume 2 By Patricia A. Herman
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This book contains seven twill weaving instructions to be used with the triangle, square, diamond and rectangle loom using the continuous loop method of weaving. Also included are patterns for seven... More > woven projects from scarves to hats, shrugs to crop tops and slippers to mittens. There is something for everyone in this book!< Less
African Basketry: A Gallery of Twill-Plaited Designs and Patterns By Paulus Gerdes
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From the Preface: “Over the years, Paulus Gerdes has established himself as the pre-eminent expert on patterns in African weaving and basketry, and the broader implications of these patterns.... More > … This new book is a broad gallery of plaited African designs. These range over much of the continent while concentrating on those parts of Africa that are closest to his Mozambique center, including Kongo, Mbole and Mangbetu from Congo, Cokwe and Lunda from Angola, Digo from Kenya, Soga from Uganda, Zulu from South Africa, and Makhuwa in Mozambique itself, but including such distant peoples as Bamileke in Cameroon. In Gerdes’ gallery we are shown the love of patterns and symmetries that are the result of centuries of exultant exploration. Enjoy!” Donald W. Crowe Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus University of Wisconsin (220 pp.)< Less
African Basketry: A Gallery of Twill-Plaited Designs and Patterns By Paulus Gerdes
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From the Preface: “Over the years, Paulus Gerdes has established himself as the pre-eminent expert on patterns in African weaving and basketry, and the broader implications of these patterns.... More > … This new book is a broad gallery of plaited African designs. These range over much of the continent while concentrating on those parts of Africa that are closest to his Mozambique center, including Kongo, Mbole and Mangbetu from Congo, Cokwe and Lunda from Angola, Digo from Kenya, Soga from Uganda, Zulu from South Africa, and Makhuwa in Mozambique itself, but including such distant peoples as Bamileke in Cameroon. In Gerdes’ gallery we are shown the love of patterns and symmetries that are the result of centuries of exultant exploration. Enjoy!” Donald W. Crowe Professor of Mathematics, Emeritus University of Wisconsin (220 pp.)< Less
Triangle Loom Weaving Twills 'N More Volume 1 By Patricia A. Herman
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This book will explore weaving the continuous strand method on a Triangle, Square or Rectangle Loom using eleven different twill patterns, with pictures of each pattern illustrated by a drawdown and... More > a photogragh. Clear and concise instructions will be covered to help in the planning and execution of the project. Tips and solutions will help to troubleshoot any design issues. These instructions will expand your design capabilities for your tri-loom projects. You will learn how to create truly unique and fun woven items.< Less
Hats from Mozambique / Chapéus de Moçambique By Paulus Gerdes
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This booklet “Hats from Mozambique” presents photographs of hats I have collected since the 1980s from the coastal regions of Mozambique. Some of the hats presented here are exceptional... More > and very rare. I trust that the photographs will convey an impression of the beauty and diversity of hats made in Mozambique, and of the creativity and imagination of the women and men who weave them (52 pages, full color).< Less
Hats from Mozambique – Chapéus de Moçambique (eBook) By Paulus Gerdes
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This booklet “Hats from Mozambique” presents photographs of hats I have collected since the 1980s from the coastal regions of Mozambique. Some of the hats presented here, like the ones... More > from Palma and the hats from Inhambane decorated with band or plane patterns, are exceptional and very rare. The collector trusts that the photographs will convey an impression of the beauty and diversity of hats made in Mozambique, and of the creativity and imagination of the women and men who weave them (eBook, 52 pp.).< Less