New York: American Art Association, 1928. 2 color plates, 13 black and white. GWO 18. Scarce. #198 of 500. Rugs are classical examples including Polonaise. Also includes 16 tapestries/needleworks on furniture.
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London: Central Asian Research Centre, 1976. 6 black and white plates 19 figures. GWO 2353. A scarce scholarly study of Turkmen embroidery. "Peter and Mugul Andrews gained much knowledge of the nomadic way of life during their stay with the Turkmen of Iran. Their experiences have been put to good...
Mannheim: Franz Bausback, 1985. 33 color plates. GWO 2406. Dealer sales and exhibition catalog. Examples from Turkey, North Africa, India, the Caucasus and Central Asia. Minimal German text.
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.
New York: 1975. 40 Color Plates 55 Black and White 80 Drawings.
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.
New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1993. 376 color plates 247 black and white. These two volumes on American samplers and pictorial needlework provide a complete history from 1650-1850.
London: Laurence King, 1997. 140 color plates 12 black and white. Important book focusing on these early embroidered Pre-Columbian textiles from the Ica and Nazca valleys of coastal Peru.