Meredith, NH: Dec/Jan 1990.
8.5 x 11 Paperback in Very Good condition. Item #BOOKS004714I
Cover: Nurata Suzani, 1880, Museum for Textiles Lead Article: Max and Simon's Thing, the Museum for Textiles, by George O'Bannon The Toronto museum celebrates its reopening Cheryl Kolander, Master Dyer, by Liz Callison Petillo A profile of a Circe of the dyeing kettles The Oriental Connection to Navajo Weavings, Marian E. Rodee Caucasian rugs' influence on Navajo weaving The Impact of Oriental Rug Books on Navajo Rug Design, by George O'Bannon Ripley, Langton, Mumford... or did Moore's personal collection provide examples? A Vegetal Dye Weaving Project for Afghan Turkomans, by Chris Walter Refugees weave 19th century designs as vegetal dyes are reintroduced The Textile Museum Conference 1989, ORR Staff Substantive topics ensure success of largest TM gathering ever Dragons, Blossoms, Sunbursts: Textile Arts of the Caucasus, by George O'Bannon Rare embroideries and classic carpets in excellent condition Rug Structure, by Peter F. Stone A reprint outlining some rug basics Color Matching in Tribal Rug Restoration, by Richard E. Newman Precision required and difficulties encountered in color matching Master of the Art of Carpet Repair, Part III, by Henry Glassie After a return to Istanbul, Hagop Barin comes to America and finds his home Artisans of Being: Two books for the Restorer Textile conservation and research and the maker's hand are essential tools An Early Imreli Wedding Trapping, by George O'Bannon Tales of Tehran: A Talk with Youseff Bolour, by George O'Bannon Stories from the days when the Bolour shop was a center of rug collecting Tribal Weavings.