Reflections from a Fla...
Kati Reeder Meek
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Reflections from a Flaxen Past: For Love of Lithuanian Weaving

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Full color, large format 8.5 x 11", 495 photographs, 91 drawings/drafts/charted designs. Nine chapters include maps and regional dress; colorful research adventure; flax tools and faces from archival photographs; textile images and patterns; a gallery of 24 textile people and their work; charted folk designs for weaving and needlework; nine projects beginner to advanced; s...more
Hardcover, 208 pages
Published December 1st 2000 by Penannular Pr Intl
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Anne Edmunds
I a knitter, not a weaver, but as a person of Lithuanian heritage, I found this book to be very interesting. As a girl I remember going to Lithuanian celebrations at the monastery in Kennebunk, Maine, and admiring the beautiful woven costumes. This book also gives a lot of information about regional dress, etc and that was very interesting.
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