Bookstores specializing in Weaving
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Clifton, New Jersey, United States
I am in my 41st year of selling books on all forms of the needlearts. Catalogs on in-print, out-of-print, and rare books are issued regularly on specialized topics as: needlepoint,knitting, crocheting, cross stitch charts, sewing, fashion, weaving textiles, doll making, lace and lace making, old craft magazines, trade cards, samplers and ephemera.
San Antonio, Texas, United States
We offer an amazing collection of over 5,000 titles of needlework books that range from rare antiques to contemporary, practical how-tos for basic techniques of embroidery, knitting, bobbin lacemaking, needlepoint, etc. Our list of books also includes many titles on textiles and costume as well as many books relating to art and collecting. Listing all those books is an ongoing process! If you are looking for a book and don\'t see it listed, please inquire.
Seattle, Washington, United States
Vandello Books is an online bookstore in Seattle, Washington. Our areas of strength include Modern Firsts, Textiles, Craft and the Arts. We carry inventory in numerous subject areas and are happy to advise our customers on building collections. We consider ourselves to be custodians of your books and treat each item with this philosophy in mind.
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