London: F. Lewis, 1969. 62 black and white. From museum collections. Heritage of Woven Fabrics Series.
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London: F. Lewis, 1969. 59 black and white. Heritage of Woven Fabrics Series.
Lerwick: Shetland Amenity Trust, 2010. 66 illustrations mostly in color. Short introduction to the Shetland Museum's textile collection of Shetland handmade pattern and lace knitting and weaving including taatit rugs. Also shows tools and ephemera.
Lerwick: Shetland Heritage Publications, 2015. 87 examples in color showing front and back and 89 color figures. The only monograph on these 17th- early 20th century rare, piled rugs which are a part of a tradition of Nordic bedcovers that stretched from Ireland to Finland. These woolen rugs were made...
Southampton: The National Needlework Archive, 2007. 423 color illustrations and historic black and white photographs. Exhibition catalog of the collection of mostly needlework from the Women's Institute.
Glasgow: Kate Davies Designs, 2016. Limited hardback edition. "Wool—or in Shetlandic, Oo—has for centuries figured centrally in island life. Hardy, colourful, characterful sheep have adapted over millennia to a challenging climate, and Shetlanders have always put their fine fleeces to good use, in beautiful, distinctive textiles ranging from woven tweeds.....
Basle: Ciba, 1951. Black and white illustrations.
New York: 1975. 40 Color Plates 55 Black and White 80 Drawings.
Perth: Mill Books, 1986 (1989). 150 dye plants covered. Extensive bibliography.
London: Adam and Charles Black, 1967. 32 black and white plates. Revised edition of this 1933 classic. Needlework from Anglo-Saxon England to the 20th century.
Tokyo: Gakken Co., 1980. 245 color plates 22 black and white plates 19 figures. Massive. Text in Japanese and English.
Whaley Bridge, Derbys, UK: Crown House Publishing, 1990. 129 color plates. Textiles from the hey day of English printed designs. Minimal text.
[Brighton]: Royal Pavilion, Gallery and Museums, Brighton, . 8 black and white. Exhibition catalog of modernist rugs, a departure from an imitation of Oriental carpet designs. Designers include Edward McKnight Kauffer, Marion Dorn, Ronald Grierson, Marian Pepler, Betty Joel, Ashley Havinden, Terence Prentis, and John Tandy.
London: 1983. 171 color plates 108 black and white. "The first comprehensive survey of the many hundreds of original, colourful textiles produced by William Morris and the two commercial companies he founded and managed. Linda Parry provides new insight into the embroideries, printed and woven textiles, carpets and tapestries produced...
Basle: Ciba Review, 1959. Black and white illustrations.
London: Bellew Publishing Co Ltd, 1987. 15 color plates 53 black and white. General survey of background, traditions, and contemporary state of the Welsh textile industry.