Description - Linen by Linda Heinrich
Follow the saga of this remarkable fiber from seed to woven fabric. Learn about flax cultivation, processing and spinning, natural and synthetic dyeing, and weaving and finishing linen cloth. 233 color photos and 156 black and white photos and drawings reveal the characteristics of linen and emphasize its practical use. An inspirational chapter includes 15 articles by Canadian and American weavers and photographs of the artists' works. Throughout you'll enjoy folklore and historical information, including the use of linen by the ancient Egyptians, a history of Irish linen, and linen's status in today's world of fiber and fashion. The story of linen is timeless and fascinating.
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(279mm x 216mm x 28mm)
Schiffer Publishing Ltd
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Author Biography - Linda Heinrich
Linda Heinrich has a Master Weaver's Certificate from the Guild of Canadian Weavers. She has researched flax and linen throughout Britain and northern Europe, lectured, and taught weaving workshops in Canada and the United States. She and her husband live in Kelowna, British Columbia.