Navajo and Hopi Weaving Techniques by Mary Pendleton
8 in stock
This is one of the classic instruction books for Navajo and Hopi weaving with a Navajo introduction by Howard Gorman and and Hopi introduction by White Bear Fredericks. Published in 1974, it is still considered one of the most important books for a new weaver to have.
All of our copies are in good condition, the minimal foxing. The hardback copies include dust jackets, all photographs and illustrations are intact, and only one (of the hardbacks) is a library copy. Because we are not in the rare book business, we are pricing all copies at the same price. None of the copies have margin notes, or other markings in the ext block, although one has $.52 of postage stuck to the title page.
These are a great deal for the beginning or established weaver.
|Dimensions||11 × 8 × .5 in|
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