London: British Museum Press, 2010. 200 color plates 20 line drawings. Stunning book from the Artistic Traditions in World Cultures series. "A ground-breaking study of feltmaking traditions across the world, with particular emphasis on the felt of Central Asian nomads. Believed to be one of the earliest textiles, felt has...
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Kendal: Abbot Hall Art Gallery, 1979. 10 color plates 100 black and white. GWO 2357. Museum catalog with emphasis on pre-Pazyryk to contemporary Central Asian material.
Detroit: Detroit Felt Collective, 1979. 28 black and white. Exhibition catalog of mostly contemporary fiber art made of felt. Artists include Leslie Heimstadt, Barbara Chover, Linda Johnson, Christine Fleming, Karen L. Hall, Mara Ignatius, Erica Wesseling Knodel, Ellen Savage Mears, Leann Meixner, Arlene Mylenek, Lynda Lowe Oren, Sheri Simons, Mallory...
Brno: Dum umení mesta Brna, 1976. 2 color plates 8 black and white. Uncommon museum exhibtion catalog of early 20th to mid-century Georgian rugs. Most illustrations are of felt rugs with tapetries and a kilim.
Asheville, NC: Lark Books, 1990. 8 Color Plates 83 Black and White.
Leiden: Brill, 1956 (1964). 1 color plate, 36 black and white figures. Volume 4 is on textiles. Includes chapters on fiber, washing, felts, dyes, spinning, weaving, and looms. Second revised edition.
Tbilisi: Khelovneba, 1972. 55 color plates. GWO 2352. German/Russian text. Felts from museum and private collections. One page English summary and plate identification. Uncommon.
Istanbul: Erguvan Iletisim, 2014. 76 color plates. Attractive publication from an exhibition showing historic and contemporary Turkic felts including those from Central Asia and Anatolia. Turkish text.