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by William Wroth

ePub Weaving and Colcha from the Hispanic Southwest download
Author:
William Wroth
ISBN13:
978-0941270274
ISBN:
0941270270
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Publisher:
Ancient City Pr; 1st edition (October 1, 1985)
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Crafts & Hobbies
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Hispanic Crafts of the Southwest) traces the State Dept. of Vocational Education crafts programs, surveys "Hispanic New Mexican Weaving and Colcha Embroidery". with the cooperation of Ancient City Press, can only enhance the continuation of these art forms". No current Talk conversations about this book.

Illustrated by 83 pages of line drawings; Spanish colonial weaving, embroidery, and quilts. With a chapter on dyes.

Author: WROTH, WILLIAM ED, Title: Weaving and Colcha from the Hispanic Southwest Description: Santa Fe: Adraskand, Inc, 1985. Illustrated by 83 pages of line drawings; Spanish colonial weaving, embroidery, and quilts. Very Good; . 5 x 1. 5 Hardback in Very Good condition. Keywords: Price: US$ 16. 0 Seller: RugBooks - Book number: BOOKS010722I.

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  • From Goodreads
    Published in 1985, this collection of motifs, instructions and articles is very useful to anyone researching or continuing the tradition of Colchas Embroidery - a tradition that grew up in New Mexico with settlers from Mexico combining their Spanish Embroidery and weaving with influences from the local indigenous population.

    This book draws mainly on the rich resources of Vocational Schools, set up in New Mexico in the 1930s to teach traditional Spanish crafts that could be sold to help families ride out the Great Depression. There is a section on constructing and operating a traditional loom and one on traditional dyeing techniques.

    For the embroiderer there are some 80 traditional motifs, taken from the collections of Leonora Curtin and Carmen Espinosa. They are clear and indicate stitch direction.

    A great resource.

  • From back cover "Over 80 accurate drawings of a New Mexican Colonial embroidery, Hispanic weaving designs and plans for 2 looms, a spinning wheel, a warp roller and a wool winder. Formulas for vegetable dyes are also included."