RE: Braiding Trim Kumihimo Book
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Posted by: "Aliskye"
alizkye@... <http://profiles.yahoo.com/alizkye> alizkye
Fri Dec 8, 2006 10:40 pm (PST)
Can you recommend some good basic (easy :) kumihimo books? I'm having
fun with one of the patterns and want to learn a few more.
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Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, Luiseach@... wrote:
> You might want to try some of the flat kumihimo braids > Luighseach
While I've not tried kumihimo myself, I can tell you that this book past my
librarian's "generalist book test." I bought it for my library around
Pennsic 30. It MOVES i.e. circulates well. It covers several types of
braiding including kumihimo.
Link to our catalog's record:
rodrick+1930/-3,-1,0,B/browse> Rodrick, 1930-
Braids : 250 patterns from Japan, Peru & beyond / Rodrick Owen.
Loveland, Colo. : Interweave Press, c1995.
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