"Weaving is essentially a simple matter, requiring no special talents or high degree of manual skill for its accomplishment if it seems complicated at first, this is only because there are so many ways to leave." This is Mrs. Atwater's philosophy, and her instructions are so clear and easy to follow, and so copiously illustrated, that she indeed makes weaving, even of elaborate, intricate designs, seem simple. Furthermore, her own enthusiasm for the craft is so infectious that anyone who merely glances through her book will want to begin a new project herself, whether she is an expert or novice.
- First published in 1928
- This edition released in 1986
- Used, in good condition.