1000s of diverse titles published since 1974
This classic book, now completely revised and expanded, has long been a favorite of both teachers and students of tapestry weaving. Learn to weave tapestry on any kind of loom, vertical or horizontal. Take an intriguing journey to make an elaborate, but logical, tapestry sampler. The process is explained step-by-step and illustrated with over 300 beautiful color photographs and diagrams of tapestry techniques. Along the way, color theories applicable to tapestry are explained. You will be inspired by the ancient art form explored on these colorful pages. Treasures from museums and prominent contemporary artists relate the historic significance of tapestries and their limitless range of visual power. Learn how archival finishing and mounting your handwoven textile completes the project. A chapter on designing for tapestry provides tools for translating future concepts into compositions. Be a part of this ancient, yet completely modern, weaving tradition.
Size: 8 1/2″ x 11″ | 200 color & 125 b/w photos | Index | 240 pp
ISBN13: 9780764327568 | Binding: hard cover
Carol K. Russell is a well-known teacher, designer, and weaver who has lectured and demonstrated her skill widely. She lives in northern New Jersey.