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  • Kay Doolittle
    Oct 7, 2013
      Prices do not include shipping. Please provide your zip code for a postal quote. I will take a money order, cashiers check, personal check or paypal.

      To give you an idea what is in each magazine, I've listed some articles for each. 

      Weaver’s Journal——#4, #10: $10 ea; #17, #20: $8 ea; remainder: $6 ea
      Weaver’s——$10 each
      Spin-Off——$4.50 ea; four or more, $4 ea; 2011: $3 ea.
      A Priority envelope will usually hold 4-5 magazines: $5.60, padded: $5.90. Can not be sent Media Mail.

      Terminology: DW = double weave, 4H or 8H = 4 or 8 harness/shaft,  s&w = Summer & Winter, s-s = shaft-switching

      Weaver’s Journal—: Colorado (1977-1987) (12) some handwoven garments, s-s articles
      Vol. 1 #4, Apr 1977 #4——boundweave, shadow weave, pt 4, huck & lace, 
      Vol. 3 #2, Oct 1978 #10—SILK, s&w Christmas cards, doup leno
      Vol. 5 #1, Sum 1980 #17——s-s, balinese ikat, hopi embroidery weave, silk dying
      Vol. 5 #4, Spr 1981 #20——rugs, tapestry, damask, weft ikat, boundweave, s-s
      Vol. 7 #1, Sum 1982 #25——matelassé/stitched double cloth, upholstery
      Vol. 7 #2, Fall 1982 #26——FLAX-weave,dye,spin, pick-up leno, warp boutonné
      Vol. 7 #3, Win 1982-83 #27——double 2-tie twills, inkle bands, tapestry, 
      Vol. 8 #1, Sum 1983 #29—— importance of historical & ethnic textiles, Shaker, Peru, 
      Vol. 9 #1, Sum 1984 #33——s-s, production-wise placemats, felted jacket, beiderwand
      Vol. 9 #4, Spr 1985 #36——Scandinavian Traditions, rya,  s-s, double-faced krokbragd, 
      Vol. 10 #2, Fall 1985 #38——card woven fringe, Churro, color theory, silk dyeing, boundweave
      Vol. 12 #2, Fall 1987 #46—tapestry, yarn design, krokbragd, warp color changes

      Weavers— Magazine was PWC, more multi-shaft than Handwoven (1987-1999)
      #3   Fall 1988 Damask: Christmas toys & holiday tables, drawloom intro, damask cardweave
      #7   Fall 1989 Supplementary Warp: how to & what, network drafting #2, dobby talk #1
      #8   Win 1990 Velvet, Bedford Cord: clothing & pillows, turned twill, freeform S&W
      #25 Fall 1994— Twill Thrills: Networked Twills, mixed twills & taqueté
      #30 Win 1995 —Many Happy Returns: Snowflake twill, 4-8H double weave,  
      #31 Spr 1996— Four or Fewer #2: Log cabin lace, bumberet, tablet weaves,  
      #36 Sum 1997— Fabrics That Go Bump #1: Waffle, seersucker, overshot, 3D DW
      #38 Win 1997— Fine Threads, Fine Ideas: Leno&lace, sectional warp, doll house minis

      Spin-off Magazine — Handspun Gallery in every issue. (15) Most in very good shape!
      1991 Sum — Border Cheviot, “Handspinning” on Stamps, Mohair
      1992 Sum — English Leicester, DyeColor-affecting Water, Flax&Linen,
      1992 Fall   Cashgora, Lichen Dye Primer, Backyard Dyes, 
      1993 Fall —Clun Forest, Shawls, Painted Roving, 
      1993 Win — Columbia, Dog Hair, Blankets, Annual Registry
      1994 Spr — Alpaca, Why Spin?, Physical/Creative Obstacles, 1993 Index
      1994 Sum — Montadale, Fred Gerber, Silk, Conditioning Cards, Carding Cotton
      1995 Win — Polwarth, Unusual Blends, Spinning with Kids, Learn2Spin in a Wk
      1997 Sum — Superfine Merino, Handspun Lace, Nat Dyes: Woad&Saxon green
      1998 Fall —Jacob Wool, Endless Stripes, Thinking Caps, Solar Spinner
      2000 Spr — Wild Silks, Pt. 2, Save the Sheep, Indigo Dyeing, 1999 Index
      2000 Sum — Shetland, Akha Spindles, As the World Spins, Wash Wool
      2001 Win — Romney, Fair Isle Sweater, Andean Adventures, 911 B.C.
      2011 Sum — Soay Sheep, Make Own Spindles, Felt, Rigid Heddle,  
      2011 Fall — Stansborough Grey, All About Wheels, Wheel Time Machine

      To make a purchase or ask questions about these magazines, please  
      contact me off list.

      Thank you,
      Kay Doolittle, Woodinville, WA 98077; <doopub@...>
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