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The Hand/Eye magazine has beautiful photos and articles chronicling the efforts of artisans in wood, fibers and metal throughout the world. The Hand/Eye Trust supports artisans through the production and distribution of books, documentaries, exhibits, a print and online magazine and grants to small artisan businesses.
On-Line Digital Archive of Documents on Weaving and Related Topics
Repository of weaving books, pamphlets, magazines and reference material, scanned and compiled by the late Ralph Griswold, professor of Computer Science at Arizona State University.
Selvedge... offers the world's finest textile photography, unparalleled design and peerless writing
Open a copy of Selvedge and you sense there is a philosophy that Selvedge readers subscribe to. A belief system based on a cerebral and sensual addiction to textiles in all forms. Readers share a belief in the importance of their material surroundings and a passion for the beautiful and beautifully made.
Our aim is simple: to provide a textile publication which fits seamlessly into their creative lifestyle. Directed towards an international, discerning audience, Selvedge covers fine textiles in every context: fine art, interiors, fashion, travel and shopping.
Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot magazine
The HGA award-winning quarterly journal features a broad spectrum of articles about the fiber arts, including design, history, shows, education, products, books, national and international textile news, as well as updates about HGA programs and people, and information received from local and regional guilds.
A subscription to Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot magazine is included as a benefit of membership in HGA.
A free online weaving magazine, designed with both the beginner and advanced weavers in mind.
Free Fiber Tutorials
Yarn, kits, classes and free photo-based tutorials for crochet, Tunisian crochet, hairpin lace and knitting.
How to Buy Authentic Navajo (Dine) Weavings
"How to Buy Authentic Navajo (Dine) Weavings" is a consumer education brochure published by the Indian Arts and Crafts Board. It offers numerous tips on identifying and purchasing authentic Navajo (Dine) weavings. The publication also includes educational facts on regional weaving styles and designs, and cultural information on the importance of weaving to the Navajo (Din) people. The publication was produced in collaboration with master Din weaver Joyce Begay-Foss and weaving scholar Dr. Kathy M'Closkey.
International Camelid Quarterly
CQ was established in 2002, and is focused on the development of the camelid industry worldwide.
Each issue is available to the public online within 2 weeks after publication, and a complete archive of every article is available to members.
Navajo (Dine) Weaving
Free publication from the Indian Arts and Crafts Board, U.S. Department of the Interior, to help ID authentic Navajo textiles and support Native American artists.