London: Sir Isaac Pitman & Sons, 1925. [Second Edition]. cloth-backed boards. 8vo., 70pp., 49 black & white illustrations, 8 color plates. -- Designer and Weaving Expert; author of "Hand Loom Weaving, Plain and Ornamentals": "Silk"; "The Loom and Spindle"; 'Weaving For Beginners", Etc.: Late lecturer in and teacher of weaving at the London County Council. General School of Arts and Crafts, Southampton Row, London. -- "2 editions published between 1925 and 2016 in English and held by 4 libraries worldwide"-worldcatalog. Very good. Item #10169
Contents: Table Loom Described - Parts of the Loom and their uses - Setting up the loom for work - Making, turning on and entering the warp - Regulating or gating the loom - Possibilities of variety in texture and pattern on the two-headle loom - Ornamental weaving on the multi-headle loom - Flushing, the basis of all ornamental weaving - Twilling on four headles - Broken twills - Designs on eight headles - Bird-eye designs on four or eight headles - Turned or reversed twills; their value and construction - Compound pattern weaving, index.