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The One Hundred: A Guide to the Pieces Every Stylish Woman
The One Hundred: A Guide to the Pieces Every Stylish Woman
By : Nina Garcia

The One Hundred' tells about fashion's timeless pieces. It provides information to all the women about shopping for stocking one's closet. The book contains 100 items that the author feels will never go out of fashion and that are essential for every woman to define her own style.
Art to Wear
Art to Wear
By : Jana Ewy

This book covers two trends --embellishments and wearable art. Basic projects of this book include everything from jewelry and purses to belts and shoes and craft techniques like beading, painting, stamping and metal crafts, it also include creative embellishments for every taste, including eyelets, beads, rhinestones and paint
Rip It! How to Deconstruct and Reconstruct the Clothes of Your Dreams
Rip It! How to Deconstruct and Reconstruct the Clothes of Your Dreams
By : Elissa Meyrich

The book teaches beginners and experienced sewers to create apparels having new designs from an old wardrobe by customizing pieces bought from cheap chain stores, thrift shops, or found in closet. It contains basic information on sewing and alteration, faster sewing methods, sources of supplies, advice on which fabrics, important cutting rules, with illustrated layouts & drawings.

Fabrics Unravelled
Fabrics Unravelled
By : Carol Watkinson

This book is an aid to the students of fabric and those who are in the manufacturing of clothing and fashion. It is a three-volume boxed reference set that comes with 121 handling swatches. It gives all the details of fabric including structure, weight, material, origin and history of 418 types of material.
The Art of Manipulating Fabric
The Art of Manipulating Fabric
By : Colette Wolff

This book consize all different ways to work with fabric like pleats, gathers, darts, etc. This is good for all from beginner to experienced sewing hand. It includes all the little things you learned over the years and never got to categorize, plus a few new ones you didn't think of yet
Woollen and worsted woven fabric design
Woollen and worsted woven fabric design
By : E G Gilligan

This book is a practical handbook for solving the technical and practical problems of development, design and manufacture of woollen and worsted woven fabrics. It focuses on saleable and commercially sound woven fabrics within considerable financial restraints while describing the practicalities of cloth construction and design development.

The Knitter's Book of Yarn
The Knitter's Book of Yarn
By : Clara Parkes

This book provide in depth knowledge of various types of yarn and guides how to process yarn to get the best out of it.
Synthetic fibre dyeing
Synthetic fibre dyeing
By : C Hawkyard

With the increasing importance of synthetic fibers, new challenges have been posed before the coloration technologists as they found the prevalent dyes used for natural fiber unsuitable for these new fibers. This book covers the dyeing techniques for polyester, nylon, acrylic and modacrylic fibers, acetate and triacetate fibers, microfibers, and fabrics containing elastane.
Polyolefin fibres: Industrial and medical applications
Polyolefin fibres: Industrial and medical applications
By : S C O Ugbolue

This book tells about the properties and applications of Polyolefins, one of the most widely used commercial polymers. It also examines how to improve the functionality of polyolefin fibers and how they can be incorporated into specific applications such as industrial, medical and automotive products. It is useful for textile technologists, fiber scientists, yarn and fabric manufacturers and also the academic community.

Favorite Rag Rugs
Favorite Rag Rugs
By : Tina Ignell

This guide provide detailed design and color pattern for 45 rugs that represent wide range of weaving techniques. This book can be used from beginners to professionals
Know Your Home Furnishings
Know Your Home Furnishings
By : Virginia Hencken Elsasser

'Know Your Home Furnishings' is for students for making them understand the major home furnishings categories and the diverse consumer demand for fashionable and functional products. It has information for interior designers, merchandisers, product developers, retailers, and consumers about the types of consumer goods for the home and the raw products used to make them.
Window Treatments Idea Book
Window Treatments Idea Book
By : Ellen DeLucia, Sue Sampson

This book offers various styles for decorating the windows of each room of a house. It also includes large, odd-shaped, and custom windows. Clear photographs are included to give better idea to the readers. Unique features of the book include showing one window treatment style in three different looks and quick and easy ideas for instant style. It also offers professional advice for modifying and decorating off-the-shelf curtains and drapes.

Collecting Men's Belt Buckles
Collecting Men's Belt Buckles
By : Joseph V. Saitta

The book showcases men's belt buckles from the nineteenth and twentieth centuries through color photographs. Masculine lifestyles are represented along with all kinds of including Military, police, fire service, western, and youth group buckles. It also includes collecting tips and values which can be an excellent reference for the dealer and collector. The book is particularly useful for clothing and jewelry designers and fashion historians.
The Collector's Encyclopedia of Buttons
The Collector's Encyclopedia of Buttons
By : Sally C. Luscomb

'The Collector's Encyclopedia of Buttons' is an introductory guide to the world of buttons. It makes possible identification of buttons for the convenience of collectors. It contains information about more than 3,000 buttons of all periods, materials, and manufacturers with pictures and prices revised at current-day values. Its format that is similar to encyclopedia makes it easy to find information quickly.
Hats Gloves Scarves: Easy Designer Knits for Family and Friends
Hats Gloves Scarves: Easy Designer Knits for Family and Friends
By : Louisa Harding

The book contains projects with instructions and photographs for making hats, gloves and scarves for the whole family. All the projects involve simple knitting and finishing and embellishments with ribbons, beads, or embroidery. There are also helpful tips and hints for measuring proper length for a scarf and for other such items.

Handbook of Textile Processing Chemicals
Handbook of Textile Processing Chemicals
By : Michael and Irene Ash

Handbook of Textile Processing Chemicals contains references of more than 11,500 trade name and generic chemicals and materials used in textile fiber and fabric preparation, processing, dyeing, finishing, and effluent treatment. It helps in deciding about the most appropriate textile functional additive to use in formulation, processing, and waste treatment. There is also a software version of the handbook.
Chemical Finishing of Textiles
Chemical Finishing of Textiles

'Chemical Finishing of Textiles' contains the basic aspects of chemical finishers; describes interaction of the underlying chemistry and technology with the textile fabric; and explains application conditions, compatibility and combinability, testing methods, etc. It aims at providing sound textile chemical knowledge and technical understanding to chemical finishing professionals.
Color in Spinning
Color in Spinning
By : Deb Menz

Color in Spinning is a classic guide to color for handspinners. It is expressively written for the handspinner who are prepared for new adventures in color. It contains discussions and step-by-step photographed demonstrations of immersion dyeing, painting rovings, blending colors and fibers, and spinning and plying multicolored preparations. For spinners who are color challenged, a useful chapter on understanding color principles has been included to make them easily work with color.

Spinning and Spinning Wheels
Spinning and Spinning Wheels
By : Eliza Leadbeater

The book gives an analysis of the evolution of the skill of spinning, from the early spindle and the flax wheel to the innumerable variations of the wheel in Europe and North America. It is specifically important for craftsmen, collectors and historians.
Encyclopedia of textile finishing
Encyclopedia of textile finishing

This encyclopedia contains the latest research findings from all technical disciplines of textile finishing and their practice-related application. It is primarily written for factory managers, engineers, technologists, environmental officers in the textile industry, textile machine producing industry, chemist-colorists, clothing manufacturers, materials quality inspectors, dry cleaners (drycleaning chains), researchers and students in textile science.
The 2009 Import and Export Market for Parts for Textile Machinery Designed for Washing, Drying, Blea
The 2009 Import and Export Market for Parts for Textile Machinery Designed for Washing, Drying, Blea

The report is basically for strategic planners, international marketing executives and import & export managers who are concerned with the market for washing, cleaning, drying, and bleaching textile machinery in Asia and satisfies all their questions about the same. The estimates have been made on the basis of a proprietary methodology, based on macroeconomic and trade models, to estimate the market for washing, cleaning, drying, and bleaching textile machinery for those countries serving Asia via exports, or supplying from Asia via imports.

Laverne: Furniture, Textiles, and Wallcoverings
Laverne: Furniture, Textiles, and Wallcoverings
By : Michael Krzyzanowski, Krzyzanowski

' Laverne' is the documentary of the success of the artists Erwine and Edwina Laverne who started their modest printed textiles and wallpaper business in New York City and went on to develop the award-winning textile designs. The book has illustrated photographs, original catalog pages, and advertising pictures. It is particularly useful for graphic designers, vintage collectors, and interiors specialists.
Soft Surfaces: Visual Research for Artists, Architects, and Designers
Soft Surfaces: Visual Research for Artists, Architects, and Designers
By : Judy A. Juracek

' Soft Surfaces' is a collection of over 1,200 high-quality color images of traditional and innovative textiles for interior and exterior applications such as window treatments, upholstery, awnings, tents, and floor coverings. It is particularly meant for architects, interior designers, textile professionals, theatrical and film designers, illustrators, and graphic designers. It also includes interviews with professionals about their use of visual research in their work. It is available in print and on CD-ROM.
Building the Greenland Kayak
Building the Greenland Kayak
By : Christopher Cunningham

The book is a step-by-step guide to building a lashed-frame, fabric covered sea kayak mainly for use by the hobbyists. It also includes plans for a low-volume version designed for Eskimo rolling, an especially stable version for children, and discussions of kayaking equipment, paddling, and rolling techniques.

Metric Pattern Cutting for Menswear: Including Unisex Clothes and Computer Aided Design
Metric Pattern Cutting for Menswear: Including Unisex Clothes and Computer Aided Design
By : Winifred Aldrich

' Metric Pattern Cutting for Menswear' acts as the standard work on the subject for both, students and practicing designers in the form of a textbook and a reference source respectively. It Its chapters on Computer Aided Design, explains the rising importance of CAD to the industry and as a part of fashion and design courses.
Creative Weaving
Creative Weaving
By : Sarah Howard & Elisabeth Kendrick

This book teaches variety of weaving styles, from traditional to playful, from subtle variations, featuring 30 spectacular fabric designs,A gallery shows how 12 weaves can be transformed into functional objects, including throws, cushions, shawls, and scarves.
Sew a Beautiful Wedding
Sew a Beautiful Wedding
By : Gail Brown and Karen Dillon

This book covers selecting, preparing and sewing with bridal fabrics and laces. It also includes various types of hem, button, and spaghetti straps and loop techniques, ornamentation tips. It also includes making slips, headpieces and veils. A sewing time line and a checklist is given to ensure the timely sewing of the gown before the wedding