weaving for beginners

weaving for beginners



Published by the authority of Hon. Paul Martin, Minister of National Health and Welfare in Ottawa, Canada and written by Mary E. Black, Director of Handcrafts at The Department of Trade and Industry in Nova Scottia, Canada

Rare vintage copy of Weaving for Beginners. This book was published by the Physical Fitness Division of The Department of National Health and Welfare of Ottawa, Canada in 1957. The forward states, ‘This booklet has been designed for a two fold purpose, to be used in conjunction with the filmstrip in the Handcraft Series — “Weaving”, and as an aid to the noice “on their own”’. The book covers preparing a warp, setting up a loom and general weaving information. The forward also states, ‘Weaving can be a fascinating and highly useful hobby and it is sincerely hoped that the instructional material in this publication will be of real value to those learning to weave’.


In good used condition

Published by The Department of National Health and Wellness

Ottawa, Canada


Dimensions: 6"W x 8.5"L

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