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SS&D Vol. XXXIV No. 1 Issue 133 Winter 2002/2003

Shuttle Spindle & Dyepot

Volume XXXIV No. 1 Issue 133 Winter 2002/2003
Published by The Handweavers Guild of America, Inc.

TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  • FEATURES
    • Right From the Start by Marcy Petrini
    • Navajo Weaving, Navajo Rugs—Excellence in Crownpoint by Vicki Gadberry
    • Phosphorescence-Handwoven Scarves and Shawls
    • Exhibition European Textile Museums—An Industrial Legacy and the Fiber Arts by Marion Marzolf
    • *Weaving with Wire by Donna Kaplan
    • *Cannelé Ondulé—Deflected Supplementary Weft by Kathleen Farling
    • *Spinning and Weaving a Dutch Texel Fleece by Marion Satchwill
    • The 2002 Certificate of Excellence in Dyeing by Sandra L. Swarbrick
    • *Ramie—Add a New Fiber to Your Menu by Beth Abbott

      *Learning Exchange Support Articles

  • Insert
    • HGA Update
    • Learning Exchange 32 Application
    • Plain Connections: Convergence 2004 Denver
    • HGA Board Nominations
    • HGA Membership Form
    • Fiber Trust

COVER: Carol Woolford. Mirage. Shaded satin; rayon, tencel; 7.5 by 56 inches. This handwoven scarf was in Phosphorescence—Handwoven Scarves and Shawls Exhibit at Convergence 2002 in Vancouver.