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Suppliers and free sources for books, software, videos, CDs, e-publications and articles.

Living Crafts Magazine
Pardis Amirshahi
4521 Campus Drive #302
Irvine, CA 92612 United States
866-706-7323     website              Contact Living Crafts Magazine

natural crafts magazine for the whole family, covers traditional crafts such as sewing, felting, knitting, crochet, woodwork, dyeing, soapmaking, storytelling through crafts, sewn felt, and many other projects. to subscribe or download free patterns visit

LNS Software Solutions
25825 104th Ave. SE, PMB 321
Kent, WA 98031 US
253-850-2457     website              Contact LNS Software Solutions

Get Organized by cataloging all your charts, books, and magazines! SAVE HOURS OF SEARCHING for that chart (you KNOW you have) & you want (and are READY) to STITCH !! You can personalize, catalog and inventory all your yarn information.

Malarky Crafts
John Mullarkey

A web site developed for two reasons: to help John keep track of his projects, and gains in experience and methods, and to share what he has learned with other weavers. Get free patterns for tabletweaving, loom weaving, kumihimo a free version of Tabletweaving software under Tabletweaving- Reference.

Mountain Laurel Books
26 Florence Avenue
Ellington, CT 06029-4117 USA
1-860-896-1454     website              Contact Mountain Laurel Books

Your source of thousands of Needle Art & Textile books and publications from Applique to Weaving. Visit the storefront in the Whately Antiquarian Book Center, Whately, Mass.

Needletrax by The Knitting Zone
487 Cabbage Patch Road
Laceys Spring, AL 35754 USA
(256) 882-2300     website              Contact Needletrax by The Knitting Zone

Not just a knitting site, The Knitting Zone offers Needletrax, a database pre-loaded with yarns, patterns and other information to help keep track of projects.

Nell Steedsman Weaving Books
Leamington District Weavers Guild
363 Road 4 East, RR # 2
Kingsville, ON N9Y 2E5 Canada
       Contact Nell Steedsman Weaving Books

"Patterns on a Plain Weave" Spiral bound, 106 pages. Step-by-step instructions, samples photographed actual size.,$20.00. "Exploring: The Classic Weaves Home Workshop Series 1-4" - Spiral bound, 78 pages, illustrated with sketches, drafts and designs; $30.00. "Perception: Key to Design in Weaving Home Workshop Series 5-8" - Spiral Bound, 175 pages, 103 photographs, 24 samples, plus illustrations; $45.00. Make cheque to Leamington Weavers Guild, send C/O Germaine Osborne.

Nuno Corporation
Art+Design Building, Suite 220, 7661 Girard Avenue
La Jolla, CA 92037 US
858-551-0873     website              Contact Nuno Corporation

Nuno Corporation, Japan creates innovative textiles combining traditional aesthetics with the latest computer and synthetics technologies. There are several retail outlets in Japan, Europe and Australia, and one in La Jolla, California. As yet another new/now direction in creative expression, Nuno has launched its own book series, interweaving words and images to document the best from our voluminous catalogue of fabrics. Available online or at select outlets.

Dini and Doug Cameron
350 Graham Road, RR#3
Ashton, ONTARIO K0A 1B0 Canada
+1 613-253-2249     website              Contact ProWeave

ProWeave is a full-featured weaving design software tool for both Macintosh and Windows users. Cameron Fibre Arts (CFA) has been operating since 1986, producing design tools and a forum for weavers around the world.

Riverside Fiber Arts Studio
Deborah and Michael
PO Box 316
New Hope, PA 18938 USA
215.862.4771     website              Contact Riverside Fiber Arts Studio

The Weaver's H.U.G. (A Handy interactive User Guide for the Weaver's PC), The Textile Design Studios interactive tutorials on CD, and the newest book, "Learn to Design with Photoshop Elements".

SpinCraft Patterns
Connie Delany
Box 327
Salmon, ID 83467 US
208-756-3076     website              Contact SpinCraft Patterns

Many spindles and instructions for wool and fine fibers. Subscribe to The SpinCraft Monthly newsletter for patterns for your handspun yarn.

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