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  • n. the manufacture of handwoven goods


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hand +‎ weaving


  • "You have some excellent references on crocheting, beadwork, handweaving, pottery making, and origami, as well." \par

    Acorna's World

  • Our studio is a handweaving studio that produces garments constructed of handwoven fabrics in silk, cotton, linen and wool.

    Chapter 6

  • In its own words, the firm has two basic purposes: “ (a) to make a valuable contribution to the weaving community by continually striving to produce the highest quality, most versatile and efficient handweaving looms and equipment possible, and (b) to further create an organisation that remains true to its purpose, operates with integrity, is viable in the world, and nurtures those who participate in it and those who are served by it.

    Chapter 6

  • The company president has been designing and building handweaving looms since 1970.

    Chapter 6

  • The elements, therefore, of book ornament, as used by the Celtic penmen, are such as were employed by the prehistoric and sporadic nations in the textile art in plaiting and handweaving, and afterwards transferred to that of metal-work.

    Illuminated Manuscripts

  • SAT Living-history day, everyday works of art in the daily life of the mid-1800s, visit with fort re-enactors demonstrating spinning, handweaving, blacksmithing, woodworking, open-fire cooking, basketweaving and musical entertainment, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.

    The Seattle Times

  • Fukui/Women weave tale of revival for old fabric women in Sabae are dedicating themselves to reviving a traditional handweaving technique that all but disappeared after World - Business News

  • (handweaving), Maggie Lake (framed botanicals), Jill Noss (pastels and painting on wood),


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