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Making Kumihimo: Japanese Interlaced Braids

Owen, Rodrick

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ISBN 10: 1861083122 / ISBN 13: 9781861083128
Published by Guild of Master Craftsman Pubns ltd, East Sussex, 2004
Condition: Fine Hardcover
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Title: Making Kumihimo: Japanese Interlaced Braids

Publisher: Guild of Master Craftsman Pubns ltd, East Sussex

Publication Date: 2004

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Fine

Edition: 1st Ed.

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Unlock the secrets of a beautiful, ancient, and closely guarded Japanese craft. Kumihimo refers to all kinds of braiding; here, the focus is on Takadai, a term for colorful and elaborate single- and double-layered flat braids made on a high-stand frame, with a plain weave and twill structure. With more than 150 photographs, 70 charts, 25 illustrations, and easy-to-follow instructions, this collection offers an ideal introduction for anyone from weavers to embroiderers. Find out about the equipment, materials, and techniques; create color, weave, rep-weave, chevron, and textured patterns, plus braids with decorative edges; and make many designs to turn into scarves, bracelets, and other adornments. A Selection of the Crafters Choice Book Club.

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Rodrick Owen is a world-respected textile artist and teacher with over thirty years' experience. As a commissioned artist his clients include the likes of Paul McCartney; his designs have been published in numerous magazines and exhibited worldwide. He specializes in traditional forms of braid making and in 1984 was awarded a Winston Churchill Fellowship to study Kumihimo in Japan, where he was also invited to teach at universities in Tokyo and Osaka.

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