NOBO Handweavers

Library Information from the Keeper of the Written Word

I will be bringing along some books and magazines to Thursday’s guild meeting.  The theme of these will be – Bead Leno.  I know Patricia’s presentation will be very inspirational and figured a basketful of resources that compliment her topic will encourage circulation of some of our library’s collection.

Let me know if anyone has a request for anything (see library listing on this site) and I will also tuck that into the basket.  The Fall issue of the UK’s The Journal for Weavers, Spinners, and Dyers, which is the special Wool Issue (includes articles by Deb Robson and me) and the Fall issue of Wild Fibers are available for borrowing!

If you have books or magazines signed out, please bring them to the meeting.  You are welcome to renew as long as no one else wants them.

Remember – in order to borrow from the library, your dues and the one time library assessment fee of $10 must be paid.

About Margaret B. Russell

Focus - natural fibers, naturally colored and naturally hand-dyed. Specialty - researching and weaving with the wools of primitive, rare, and threatened British sheep breeds.

2 Thoughts on “Library Information from the Keeper of the Written Word

  1. I’d like to take a look at Harriet Tidball’s Contemporary Satins and Supplementary Warp Patterning. Thanks!

  2. One more? Needle Weaving, as Easy as Embroidery. Thanks

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