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1997 Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot Index

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Issues: Spring 1997, Summer1997, Fall 1997 and Winter 97/98

Compiled by Vicki Gadberry

ACTS (ARTS, CRAFTS & THEATERSAFETY)
Arts, crafts and theater safety (ACTS) report on Benzidine dyes.113(W97/98):6.

ALVIC, Philis
Philis Alvic returns from mission in Morocco. 111(Su97):8.

AMAR, Zohar
Milkweed-fibers to fabric. il instr bibl 110(Sp97):43-45.

AMERICAN CRAFT COUNCIL
American Craft Council sponsors mentor program. 113(W97/98):6.

AMERICAN CRAFT MUSEUM
Quilts on exhibit at American Craft Museum. il 112(F97):5.

AMERICAN TEXTILE HISTORY MUSEUM
Museum opens with a different spin on American history. M. Petrini.110(Sp97):6.

ANDERSON-SHEA, Charlene
HGA board nominees. biog por 113(W97/98):insert.
President's letter. por 113(W97/98): 4.

ASHEVILLE, NC
Lore Kadden Lindenfeld retrospective opens in Asheville. il 110(Sp97):6.

AWARDS (see HGA-Awards and Scholarships)

BARBER, Elizabeth Wayland
Convergence 98 featured speaker Elizabeth Wayland Barber. V. Suit.il por 112(F97):30.

BASKETS/BASKETRY
A Basketmaker in Rural Japan exhibit at the Field Museum. il 113(W97/98):5Basketmaker Billie Ruth Sudduth named North Carolina living treasure.Debra Muhl: expressions in coiled basketry. D. Paulson. il por112(F97):49-51.
Michael Davis redefines basketmaking. D. Joiner. il 113(W97/98):32-35.

BAUHAUS (Germany)
Gunta Stolzl retrospective at Dessau Bauhaus. 112(F97):5.

BEADS
Beads as warp and weft. K. Dannerbeck & D. Kaplan. Photosby E. Olsen. il resources bibl 110(Sp97):40-42.

BELL, Anita
HGA update. each issue

BITTER, Adrianne Scalamandre
Convergence 98 featured speaker Adrianne Scalamandre. M. Sidore.il por 112(F97):32-35.

BLACK MOUNTAIN COLLEGE/ MUSEUM& ARTS CENTER (NC)
Lore Kadden Lindenfeld: a life in textiles. P.W. Hobbs. il bibl111(SU97):24-26.
Lore Kadden Lindenfeld retrospective opens in Asheville. il 110(Sp97):6.

BOOKS & VIDEOS each issue

BOOKS FOR CHILDREN (see Children)

BOUNDWEAVE
Boundweave: an introduction. N. A. Hoskins. il dir sources bibl111(Su 97):44-47.

BOWLES, Sandra
Fiber fun for kids. il instr 110(Sp97):47.
Woven heart project: kids fiber fun. il dir 113(W97/98):58-59.

BRAID-MAKING
A journey beyond the maru dai. R. Owen. il bibl 113(W97/98):24-27.

BROWN, Rachel
Doing it up right: Rachel Brown and Weaving Southwest celebrateten years of success. M. Sidore. Photos by P. Pollard. il bibl111(Su97):33-36.

BROWN, Roxanne
Guildview. 110(Sp97):14-15; 111(Su97):16-17; 112(F97):15-16.

CAHLANDER, Adele see In Memoriam

CALENDAR each issue

CASSELMAN, Karen Diadeck
Verdigris: a new look at an old dye. Photos by T. Casselman. ilbibl resources 110(Sp97):49-50

CERF/CRAFT EMERGENCY RELIEFFUND

CERF fund raising efforts net$18,000. 111(Su97):8.

CHILDREN
Building bridges with fiber art. V. Gadberry. il 111(Su97):50-52.
Dan Zulawski, public school #3 and the fiber arts. M. Sidore.il 13(W97/98):53-54.
Fiber fun for kids. S. Bowles. il instr 110(Sp97):47.
Mud monsters-unite! J. Dominic. il dir bibl 111(Su97):54-56.
Rainbow sheep. C. Rice. il dir bibl 111(Su97)53.
Woven heart project: kids fiber fun. S. Bowles. il dir 113(W97/98):58-59.

CLARK, Gladys Leblanc
Gladys Leblanc Clark to receive National Heritage Fellowship Award.111(Su97):7.

CLASSES
Monarch offers classes for fashion, textile designers. 112(F97):6-7.

COLORADO STATE UNIVERSITY
Weavers to the rescue 113(W97/98):11.

CONFERENCES
Museum gets new name, plans conference on historic weaving manuscripts.110(Sp97):8.

COSTUMES
Gianni Versace exhibition at Metropolitan MuseumÕs CostumeInstitute. 113(W97/98):5.
Pakistani costumes and textiles at Victoria & Albert. il 112(F97):5.
Wordrobe at the Costume Institute. il 112(F97):6.

COTTON
Weaving with cotton. M. Petrini. il dir bibl resources 113(W97/98):36-39.

COVER
Andean Gold (detail). R. Brown. 111(Su97): cover, 33-36.
Celestial Series—A Full Moon. Michael Davis. 113(W97/98):cover, 32-35.
Marbel House Damask. Scalamandre Silks. 112(F97): cover, 32-35.
Naturally-dyed yarn. M. F. Davidson. 110(Sp97):cover, 33-35.

COVERLETS
Coverlet exhibition at the McKinley Museum. il 112(F97):5.

DANNERBECK, Kathy
Beads as warp and weft. Photos by E. Olsen. il resources bibl110(Sp97):40-42.

DAVIDSON, Mary Frances
Mary Frances Davidson. K. Thompson. il por 110(Sp97):33-35.

DAVIS, Michael
Naturally dyed y-A Full Moon, 1995. 113(W97/98):cover.
Michael Davis redefines basketmaking. D. Joiner. il 113(W97/98):32-35.

DiMARE, Dominic
Dominic DiMare: a retrospective. il 111(Su97):6-7.
Dominic DiMare: secrets from the castle. S. Mayfield. il bibl112(F97):42-45.

DOMINIC, Judy
Mud monsters-unite! il dir bibl 111(Su 97):54-56.

DYES/DYEING
Arts, crafts and theater safety (ACTS) report on Benzidine dyes.113(W97/98):6.
Mary Frances Davidson. K.Thompson. il por 110(Sp97):33-35.
Mud monsters unite! J. Dominic. il bibl instr 111(Su97):54-56.
Rainbow sheep. C. Rice. bibl instr 111(Su97):53.
Verdigris: a new look at an old dye. K. D. Casselman. Photos byT. Casselman. il bibl resources. 110(Sp97):49-50.

EVANS, Amy
HGA board nominees. biog por 113(W97/98):insert.

EXHIBITS
A Basketmaker in Rural Japan exhibit at the Field Museum. il 113(W97/98):5.
Coverlet exhibition at the McKinley Museum. il 112(F97):5.
Dominic DiMare retrospective at Palo Alto Cultural Center. il111(Su97):6-7.
Dominic DiMare: secrets from the castle. S. Mayfield. il bibl112(F97):42-45. From threads to Virtuoso! il 112(F97):22-24.
Gianni Versace exhibition at Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute.113(W97/98):5.
Gunta Stolzl retrospective at Dessau Bauhaus. 112(F97):5.
Kente Rice Women at University of Nebraska . il 111(Su97):6.
Pakistani costumes and textiles at Victoria & Albert. il 112(F97):6.
Quilts on exhibit at American Craft Museum. il 112(F97):5.
The Society of Arts and Crafts Centennial Fiber Exhibition. 113(W97/98):6.
Straw Trails at San Francisco Craft and Folk Art Museum. il 112(F97):7.
Wordrobe at the Costume Institute. 112(F97):6.
Woven by the grandmothers: an exhibit of 19th century Navajo textiles.M. Sidore. Photos by K. Fogden. il 110(Sp97):27-29.

FLAX
Carolina flax project. E. Hallman. il resources 112(F97):46-48.
Spinning flax. J. Lucas. il bibl 113(W97/98):55-57.

FRIEDMAN, Toni see Amar

GADBERRY, Vicki
Building bridges with fiber art. il 111(Su97):50-52.

Index 1996-1997. 110(Sp97):60-62.

GALLERY each issue

GREEN, Bill see In Memoriam

GUILDS
Acadiana Weavers and Spinners guild. 112(F97):15.
Anchorage Weavers and Spinners Guild. 110 (Sp97):14; 111(Su97):16.
Arizona Desert Weavers and Spinners Guild. 111(Su97):16.
Arizona Federation of Weavers and Spinners Guilds, Inc. 111(Su97):16.
Bayou Yarn Benders Baton Rouge Fiber Guild. 113(W97/98):10.
Blue Mountain Weavers Guild. 111(Su97):17.
Central Ohio Weavers Guild. 112(F97):15.
Columbia Weaver's and Spinner's Guild. 112(F97):15.
Contemporary Handweavers of Houston. 110(Sp97):15; 113(W97/98):10.
Fairbanks Weavers' and Spinners' Guild. 110(Sp97):14.
Far Out Fibers. 113(W97/98):10.
Fiber and Weavers Guild of Greater Kansas City. 111(Su97):17.
Fiber Arts Guild of Nevada. 111(Su97):17.
Fredericksburg Spinners and Weavers Guild. 113(W97/98):10.
Genesee Valley Handspinners Guild. 110(Sp97):15.
Greater Vancouver Weavers' and Spinners' Guild. 110(Sp97):14.
Guild of Canadian Weavers. 113(W97/98):10.
Guild phenomenon: a history lesson. V. Suit. il 110(Sp97):53-55.
Gulf Coast Weavers Guild. 110(Sp97):14; 113(W97/98):10.
Hand Weavers and Spinners Guild NSW, Inc. 113(W97/98):10.
Handweavers Guild of Nashville. 110(Sp97):15.
Hudson-Mohawk Weavers' Guild. 110(Sp97):15.
Huntsville Fiber Guild. 111(Su97):16; 113(W97/98):10.
Indy Weavers, Spinners & Dyers. 110(Su97):15; 112(F97):15.
Malabar Spinners and Weavers. 112(F97):15.
Michigan Weavers Guild. 113(W97/98):10.
Moonlight Weavers Guild. 111(Su97):17.
Mountain Spinners and Weavers Guild. 113(W97/98):10.
New Orleans Weavers Guild. 112(F97):15.
Northwest basket weavers-Vi Phillips Basketry Guild. 110(Sp97):15;112 (F97):15.
Olympia Weavers Guild. 113(W97/98):10.
Overmountain Weavers Guild. 112(F97):15.
Paumanok Weavers Guild. 112(F97):15.
Pineallas Weaver's Guild. 110(Sp97):15.
Potomac Craftsmen. 111(Su97):17.
Red River Valley Fiber Guild. 113(W97/98):10.
Rocky Mountain Weaver's Guild. 110(Sp97):15; 113(W97/98):10.
Rogue Valley Handweavers Guild. 110(Sp97):15; 113(W97/98):10.
Sacramento Weavers and Spinners Guild. 111(Su97):17.
Salem Handweavers Guild. 111(Su97);17.
Saturday Guild. 113(W97/98):10.
Seattle Weavers' Guild. 110(Sp97):15; 111(Su97):17; 112(F97):15..
Southern CA Handweaver's Guild, Inc. 110(Sp97):14; 111(Su97):17.
Spindle and Dyepot Guild. 113(W97/98):10.
Telarana Weaving and Spinning Guild. 112(F97):15.
Thursday Spinners. 113(W97/98):10.
Tidewaters Weavers Guild. 112(F97):15.
Weaver's Guild of Boston. il 113(W97/98):10.
Weaver's Guild of Rochester. 113(W97/98):10.
Weavers of Orlando. 113(W97/98):10.
Weaver's West Guild. 112(F97):15.
Western NC Handweaver's Guild. 112(F97):15; B. Kelly. il 112(F97):59-60.
Westfield Weavers Guild. 112(F97):15.
Williamsburg Spinners and Weavers Guild. 111(Su97):17.

GUILDVIEW each issue

HALL, Gloria
COE: the Certificate of Excellence in Handspinning. il 110(Sp97):58-59.

HALLMAN, Eileen
Carolina flax project. il resources 112 (F97):46-48
Spinning for a single shuttle plaid. il dir resources 113(W97/98):28-30.

HANDMADE IN AMERICA
HandMade in America sponsors loan program for craftspeople inwestern NC. 110(Sp97):7.

HANDWEAVERS GUILD OF AMERICA
Beginners' hot line. each issue
Congratulations COE spinning recipients. 113(W97/98):insert.
Elected to HGA Board of Directors. por 111(Su97):insert.
Fiber trust. each issue
Guild services. 110(Sp97):insert, 111(Su97):insert; 112(F97):insert;113(W97/98):insert.
Guild services needs volunteers. 110(Sp97):insert, 111(Su97):insert.
HGA annual meeting. 112(F97):insert.
HGA announces TLC 1998. 112(F97):insert.
HGA ballot 1997. 110(Sp97):cover; 113(W97/98):cover.
HGA Board meeting. 110(Sp97):insert.
HGA Board nominees. biog por 110(Sp97):insert; biog por 113(W97/98):insert.
HGA salutes its volunteers. 110(Sp97):insert.
HGA teacher database. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
HGA thanks you! 112(F97):insert.
HGA's guild affiliate membership. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert;112(F97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
HGA's web site. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert; 112(F97):insert;113(W97/98):insert.
Honoring HGA's first Board of Directors. 113(W97/98):insert
Laughlin Library to circulate. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert;112(F97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
Long distance group. 113(W97/98):insert.
Long distance guild. 110(Sp97):insert.
Long distance study. 111(Su97):insert.
Members network. 111(Su 97):insert, 112(F97):insert.
National Spinning and Weaving Week October 6-12, 1997. 111(Su97):insert.
New HGA representative(s). 110(Sp97):insert, 111(Su97):insert,112(F97):insert, 113(W97/98):insert.
New library volunteers. 113(W97/98):insert.
New slide kits. 111(Su97):insert, 113(W97/98):insert.
President's letter. each issue
Retiring (HGA) reps. 111(Su97):insert; 112(F97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
Seeking dedicated, enthusiastic HGA representatives. 112(F97):insert;113(W97/98):insert.
Seeking new textile kits. 111(Su97):insert.
Special thanks. 112(F97):insert.
Textile kit addition. 113(W97/98):insert.
Awards and Scholarships
Dendel and HGA 1997 scholarship recipients. il 112(F97)18-20.
Gladys Leblanc Clark to receive National Heritage Fellowship Award.111(Su97):7.
Golden Reed award. 111(Su97):insert.
Golden Spindle award. 113(W97/98):insert.
HGA and Dendel scholarships. 113(W97/98):insert.
HGA Award. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
Petrini Grant award. 113(W97/98):insert.
Weaving scholarship established at Harrisville Designs. 111(Su97):7.
Certificates of Excellence
COE in Dyeing 1998. 111(Su97):insert; 112(F97):insert.
COE: the Certificate of Excellence in handspinning. G. Hall. il110(Sp97):58-59.
COE-S handbook clarification. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert.
Needed: host guilds for future COE judgings. 111(Su97):insert;112(F97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
1997 COE in Handspinning. 110(Sp97):insert.
1998 COE in basketmaking. 110(Sp97):insert.
1998 COE in Dyeing. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
1998 COE in Handweaving. 111(Su97):insert; 112(F97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
1998 COE in Weaving. 110(Sp97):insert.
1999 COE in basketmaking. 111(Su97):insert; 112(F97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
1999 COE in Handspinning. 111(Su97):insert; 112(F97):insert; 113(W97/98):insert.
Why not ask the mentor. D. Keasbey. il 112(F97):36-39.
Convergences
Closing ceremony video. 111(Su97):insert
Convergence 96 Fashion Show video. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert;113(W(7/98):insert..
Convergence 98 featured speaker Adrianne Scalamandre. il por 112(F97):32-35.
Convergence 98 featured speaker Elizabeth Wayland Barber. il por112(F97):30.
Design-exciting territory: Christine Spangler. V. Suit. il por113(W97/98):20-22.
From threads to Virtuoso! R. Neilson. il 112(F97):22-24.
A journey beyond the maru dai. R. Owen. il bibl 113(W97/98):24-27.
Just add color for complex designs: warp-faced rep: 2 blocks on4 shafts. R. Neilson. il bibl resources 113(W97/98):49-52.
Tapestry Visions catalog. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert;112(F97):insert; 113 (W97/98):insert.
Learning Exchange
Boundweave: an introduction. N. A. Hoskins il bibl instr sources111(Su97):44-47.
Glitz yarns. C. McWilliams. il resources 111(Su97):41-43.
Just add color for complex designs: warp-faced rep: 2 blocks on4 shafts. R. Neilson. il bibl resources 113(W(7/98):49-52.
Potential of poppana. D Kaplan. il bibl instr sources 111(Su97):27-30.
Spinning alpaca. P. Shull. il bibl 113(W(7/98):45-57.
Spinning crepe yarn. E. Hallman. il bibl sources 111(Su97):57-59.
Spinning flax. J. Lucas. il bibl 113(W97/98):55-57.
Spinning for a single shuttle plaid. E. Hallman. il dir sources113(W97/98):28-30.
Weaving with cotton. M. Petrini. il dir bibl resources 113(W97/98):36-39.
Small Expressions. il 112(F97):26-28.
TLC-Teaching and Learning through Correspondence
Well begun, well spun. J.E. Jackson. il 111(Su97):20-21.

HALLMAN, Eileen
Spinning crepe yarn. il bibl sources 111(Su97):57-59.

HARRIS, Peter
Weaving of kashmir shawls. il instr bibl 110(Sp97):36-39.

HAYSTACK MOUNTAIN SCHOOL OFCRAFTS
Haystack publishes new monograph. 111(Su97):8.

HAENKE, Lucy Mary see In Memoriam

HOBBS, Peggy Whitney
Lore Kadden Lindenfeld: a life in textiles. il bibl 111(Su97):24-26.

HOSKINS, Nancy Arthur
Boundweave: an introduction. il bibl instr 111(Su97):44-47.

HUTTON, Sandy
Elected to HGA Board of Directors. por 111(Su97):insert.
HGA Board nominee. biog por 110(Sp97):insert.

IN MEMORIAM
Cahlander, Adele. 111(Su97):insert.
Green, Bill. 111(Su97):insert.
Haenke, Lucy Mary. 111(Su97):insert.
Jacoby, Victor. 111(Su97):insert.
Lorendo, Jane Campbell. 110(Sp97):insert.
Pickett, Helen. 110(Sp97):insert.
Teilmann, Nina. 112(F97):insert.

JACKSON, Judy Ede
Well begun, well spun. il 111(Su97):20-21.

JACOBY, Victor see In Memoriam

JOINER, Dorothy
Michael Davis redefines basketmaking. il 113(W97/98):32-35.

KAPLAN, Donna
Potential of poppana. il bibl instr sources 111(Su97):27-30.
see also Dannerbeck, Kathy

KASHMIR
Weaving of kashmir shawls. P. Harris. il bibl instr 110(Sp97):36-39.

KEASBEY, Doramay
Why not ask the mentor. il 112(F97):36-39.

KELLY, Bonnie L.
Winter assignment. il 112(F97):59-60.

KIDS FIBER FUN CAMP
Building bridges with fiber art. V. Gadberry. il bibl 111(Su97):50-52.
Mud monsters unite! J. Dominic. il bibl instr 111(Su97):54-56.
Rainbow sheep. C. Rice. il bibl instr 111(Su97):53.

KNIGHT, Sally G.
HGA board nominees. biog por 113(W97/98):insert.

KUMIHIMO see Braid-making

LINDENFELD, Lore Kadden
Lore Kadden Lindenfeld: a life in textiles. P. W. Hobbs. il bibl111(Su97):24-26.
Lore Kadden Lindenfeld retrospective opens in Asheville. il 110(Sp97):6.

LOOMS
Right from the start. B. Smith. il bibl 112(F97):12-13; il bibl113(W97/98):16-17.
Weaving looms large at 1997 Maryland sheep & wool festival.110(Sp97):7.

LORENDO, Jane Campbell see InMemoriam

LUCAS, Jerie
Spinning flax. il bibl 113(W97/98):55-57.

MAFFEI, Susan Martin
Susan Martin Maffei keeps weaving. M. Sidore. il 113(W97/98):41-44.

MARCHANT, Catherine
Guildview. 113(W97/98):10-11.

MARYLAND SHEEP & WOOL FESTIVAL
Weaving looms large at 1997 Maryland sheep & wool festival.110(Sp97):7.

MAYFIELD, Signe
Dominic DiMare: secrets from the castle. S. Mayfield. il bibl112(F97):42-45.

McCLELLAND, Patricia
Elected to HGA Board of Directors. por 111(Su97):insert.
HGA Board nominee. biog por 110(Sp97):insert.

McWILLIAMS, Cheryl
Glitz yarns. il sources 111(Su97):41-43.

MILKWEED
Milkweed-fibers to fabric. Z. Amar & T. Friedman. il instrbibl 110(Sp97):43-45.

MOROCCO
Philis Alvic returns from mission in Morocco. 111(Su97):8.

MUD CLOTH
Mud monsters unite! J. Dominic. il bibl instr 111(Su97):54-56.

MUHL, Debora
Debora Muhl: expressions in coiled basketry. D. Paulson. il por112(F97):49-51.

MUSEUMS
A basketmaker in rural Japan exhibit at the Field Museum. il 113(W97/98):5.
ACM Director Holly Hotchner to speak at Convergence 98 Luncheon.112(F97):6.
Gianni Versace exhibition at Metropolitan MuseumÕs CostumeInstitute. 113(W97/98):5.
Museum gets new name, plans conference on historic weaving manuscripts.110(Sp97):8.
Museum opens with a different spin on American history. M. Petrini.110(Sp97):6.
Pakistani costumes and textiles at Victoria & Albert. il 112(F97):6.
Straw Trails at San Francisco Craft and Folk Art Museum. il 112(F97):7.
Wordrobe at the Costume Institute. 112(F97):6.

NAVAJO WEAVING
Woven by the grandmothers: an exhibit of 19th century Navajo textiles.M. Sidore. Photos by K. Fogden. il 110(Sp97):27-29.

NEILSON, Rosalie
From threads to Virtuoso! il 112(F97):22-24.
Just add color for complex designs: warp-faced rep: 2 blocks on4 shafts. il bibl resources 113(W97/98):49-52.

OBITUARIES see In Memoriam.

OWEN, Rodrick
A journey beyond the maur dai. il bibl 113(W97/98):24-27.

PAKISTAN
Pakistan costumes and textiles at Victoria & Albert. il 112(F97):6.

PAULSON, Debra
Debora Muhl: expressions in coiled basketry. il por 112(F97):49-51.

PETRINI, Marci
Museum opens with a different spin on American history. 110(Sp97):6.
President's letter. 110(Sp97):4; 111(Su97):4.
Weaving with cotton. il dir bibl resources 113(W97/98):36-39.

PICKETT, Helen see In Memoriam

POLLACK, Junco Sato
From threads to Virtuoso! R. Neilson. il 112(F97):22-24.

POLVINEN, Elaine M.
Fiberweb-eye: apparel/textile/fiber web sites to visit. 110(Sp97):17.

QUILTS
Quilts on exhibit at ACM. il 1112(F97):5.

RICE, Cathryn
Rainbow sheep. il bibl instr 111(Su97):53.

SELF-HELP CREDIT UNION OF NC
HandMade in America sponsors loan program for craftspeople inwestern NC. 110(Sp97):7.

SHAWLS
Weaving of kashmir shawls. P. Harris. il instr bibl 110(Sp97):36-39.

SHEA, Charlene Anderson
President's letter. 112(F97):4.

SHULL, Paula
Spinning alpaca. il bibl 113(W97/98):45-47

SS&D SHOPPER each issue.

SIDORE, Micala
Convergence 98 featured speaker Adriane Scalamandre. il por 112(F97):32-35.
Dan Zulawski, public school #3 and the fiber arts. il 113(W97/98):53-54.
Doing it up right: Rachel Brown and Weaving Southwest celebrateten years of success. Photos by Pat Pollard. il bibl 111(Su97):33-36.
Elected to HGA Board of Directors. por 111(Su97):insert.
HGA Board nominee. biog por 110(Sp97):insert.
Susan Martin Maffei keeps weaving. il 113(W97/98):41-44.
Woven by the grandmothers: an exhibit of 19th century Navajo textiles.Photos by K. Fogden. il 110(Sp97):27-29.

SILK
Convergence 98 featured speaker Adriana Scalamandre. M. Sidore.il por 112(F97): 32-35.

SMITH, Betty Hancock
Right from the start. il bibl 110(Sp97):12-13; 111(Su97):13-15;112(F97):12-13; il bibl 113(W97/98):16-17.

SPANGLER, Christine
Design-exciting territory: Christine Spangler. V. Suit. il por113(W97/98):2022.

SOCIETY OF ARTS & CRAFTS
The Society of Arts & Crafts, Centennial Fiber Exhibition.113(W(7/98):6.

SOUTHERN HIGHLAND HANDICRAFTGUILD
Craft fair of the Southern Highlands celebrates 50th year. il110(Sp97):7.

SPINNING
Glitz yarns. C. McWilliams. il sources 111(Su97):41-43.
National Spinning and Weaving Week, Oct. 6-12. 111(Su97):8.
Spinning alpaca. P. Shull. il bibl 113(W97/98):45-47.
Spinning crepe yarn. E. Hallman. il bibl sources 111(Su97):57-59.
Spinning flax. J. Lucas. il bibl 113(W97/98):55-57.
Spinning for a single shuttle plaid. E. Hallman. il dir resources113(W97/98):28-30.
Well begun, well spun. J. E. Jackson. il 111(Su97):20-21.

STOLZL, Gunta
Gunta Stolzl retrospective at Dessau Bauhaus. 112(F97):5.

SUDDUTH, Billie Ruth
Basketmaker Billie Ruth Sudduth named North Carolina living treasure.113(W97/98):5.

SUIT, Verna
Convergence 98 featured speaker Elizabeth Wayland Barber. il por112(F97):30.
Design-exciting territory: Christine Spangler. il por 113(W97/98):20-22.
Guild phenomenon: a history lesson. il 110(Sp97):53-55.

TAPESTRY
Doing it up right: Rachel Brown and Weaving Southwest celebrateten years of success. M. Sidore. il bibl 111(Su97):33-36.
Susan Martin Maffei keeps weaving. M. Sidore. il 113(W97/98):41-44.

TEACHING
Teaching circuit: part 1: getting started. P.S. Zawistoski. 110(Sp97):30-32.
Teaching circuit: part II: creating classes: understanding theoptions. P.S. Zawistoski.(Su97): 37-39.
Teaching circuit: part III: defining goals and creating lessonplans. P.S. Zawistoski. bibl 112(F97):52-54.
Teaching circuit: part IV: evaluation, record keeping and revision,the teacher's most powerful tools. P. S. Zawistoski. il 113(W97/98):60-61.

TEILMANN, Nina see In Memoriam

TEST & REPORT each issue.

TEXTILES
Woven by the grandmothers: an exhibit of 19th century Navajo textiles.M. Sidore. Photos by K. Fogden. il 110(Sp97):27-29.

THOMPSON, Kathleen
Mary Frances Davidson. il por 110(Sp97):33-35.

VERSACE, Gianni
Gianni Versace exhibition at Metropolitan Museum's Costume Institute.113(W97/98):5.

VIDEOS each issue.

WEAVING
Design-exciting territory: Christine Spangler. V. Suit. il por113(W97/98):20-22.
Doing it up right: Rachel Brown and Southwest Weaving celebrateten years of success. M. Sidore. Photos by Pat Pollard. il bibl111(Su97):33-36.
Just add color for complex designs: warp-faced rep: 2 blocks on4 shafts. R. Neilson. il bibl resources 113(W97/98):49-52.
Potential of poppana. D. Kaplan. il instr bibl sources 111(Su97):27-30
Right from the start. B. H. Smith. il bib 110(Sp97):12-13; 111(Su97):13-15.
Weaving looms large at Maryland sheep & wool festival. 110(Sp97):7.
Weaving with cotton. M. Petrini. il dir bibl resources 113(W97/98):36-39.

WEB SITES
Fiberweb-eye: apparel/textile/fiber web sites to visit. E. M.Polvinen. 110(Sp97):17.
HGA's web site. 110(Sp97):insert; 111(Su97):insert; 112(F97):insert;113(W97/98):insert.

YARN(S)
Glitz yarns. C. McWilliams. il sources 111(SU97):41-43.

ZAWISTOSKI, Patty Sue
Teaching circuit: part 1: getting started. 110(Sp97):30-32.
Teaching circuit: part II: creating classes: understanding theoptions. 111(Su97):37-39.
Teaching circuit: part III: defining goals and creating lessonplans. bibl 112(F97):52-54.
Teaching circuit: part IV: evaluation, record keeping, and revision,the teacher's most powerful tools. il 113(W97/98):60-61.

ZULAWSKI, Dan
Dan Zulawaski, public school #3 and the fiber arts. M. Sidore.il 113(W97/98):53-54.