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Re: Tablet weaving info
Poster: Michael and MJ Houghton <email@example.com>
Tawny elaborated on Alys' post thusly:
> Poster: firstname.lastname@example.org (SHANA M HARVEY)
> >First and foremost, _Techniques of Tabletweaving_ by Peter
> >Collingwood. The original one is excellent but out of print; and a
> >revised edition just came out in paperback last summer.
> >Other good ones include _Card Weaving_ by Candace Crockett (now in
> >its third edition which comes boxed with 2 dozen starter cards), and
> >_Card Weaving_ by Ruth J. Katz.
> I'm glad you mentioned Crockett. I forgot about her, and she's an
> excellent source. BTW, the revised edition of Collingwood has all of
> the same information with a few revisions for size. I have an original
> copy which I compared to a friend's revised and they are virtually
> identical. If M. Herveus is out there, I think he has a good source for
> ordering the reprint.
White Wolf and the Phoenix does not presently carry Collingwood (though
that may change). Robin & Russ Handweaving published it; they are on the
web somewhere... In addition, you can probably get you local Borders to
Katz' book is out of print; it predates Collingwood (he cites it in his
sources). Fortunately, I was able to borrow it from the Arlington County
Library and make a photocopy.
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