Stockholm: Foreningen för Svensk Hemslöjd, 1944. 16 loose color plates. Swedish text.
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Helsinki: Designmuseo, 2009. The Design Museum, Helsinki collection of ryijy. Fully illustrated in color. English/Finnish text. "The art ryijy has played an important role in the history of Finnish design. This book contains a great deal of new information about ryijys as collectibles and about the relationship between the Finnish...
Oslo: Fabritius & Sonners, 1949. 55 color and 109 black and white. Norwegian knitting, lace, embroidery and other textile arts.
Uppsala and Stockholm: Almqvist & Wiksells boktryckeri, 1932. 220 plates. Published 1928-29 as: Medeltida vävnader ock broderier I Sverige. Swedish text revised and shortened by Lindblom for English translation. Chapter II on double-weavings by Vivi Sylwan. In-text illustrations in volume 1 are line-blocks and gravures, with 4 mounted color relief...
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...
Kristiania: Mittet and Co. Kunstforlag, 1913-1922. 100 color plates. Bound ten volume Kristiania Kunstindustrimuseum catalogue raisonné of Norwegian rugs.
Copenhagen: National Museum of Denmark, 1980. 465 black and white figures. This is the revised and expanded English language edition of this seminal work on the largest collection of complete prehistoric clothing in Europe.
Hilton Head, SC: StudioBooks, 2007. 36 color plates and over 300 black and white figures. A well-researched book on goddess imagery in these textiles. Uncommon. "This final volume in the Goddess Embroideries trilogy presents the story of change and migration in the countries bordering the Arctic Circle. Folk beliefs and...
Tallinn: Kirjastus Kunst, 1976. 70 color and 16 black and white plates, 65 figures. A survey of the development of Estonian carpets with examples primarily taken from the Ethnography Museum of the Estonian SSR and supplemented by rugs from other museum and private collections. Shows Scandinavian influence. Estonian text with...
Helsinki: Kustannusoakeyhtio Otava, 1924. 92 full page color plates 334 black and white fig. Folk rugs of Finland. Colorful, woolen piled examples. This ex-library copy has been nicely rebacked. Minor tears and some wear. Finnish text.
Stockholm: Natur och Kultur, 1933. 9 color plates 338 black and white. Most plates and text cover textiles, piled rugs and flatweaves from Sweden. Swedish text.
Stockholm: Norstedt, 1941. 5 black and white. On the first domestic production of linen damask in Sweden which emerged under royal initiative.
[Stockholm]: Nordiska Museet, . 129 relief halftone plates with 48 in-text figures, and 245 illustrations on 70 black and white and 59 color plates. A catalog of 245 Swedish textiles from the collection of the Nordiska Museet. [CSROT 6117].
Stockholm/London: David Black Oriental Carpets, 1984. 46 color plates. Scandinavian tapestries of the 18th and 19th centuries.