2 edition of Methods of hand spinning in Egypt and the Sudan found in the catalog.
Methods of hand spinning in Egypt and the Sudan
Grace M. Crowfoot
|Statement||by Grace M. Crowfoot.|
|Series||Bankfield Museum notes -- no. 12|
|LC Classifications||TS1480 C76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||51|
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A spindle is a straight spike usually made from wood used for spinning, twisting fibers such as wool, flax, hemp, cotton into is often weighted at either the bottom, middle, or top, commonly by a disc or spherical object called a whorl, but many spindles exist that are not weighted by a whorl, but by thickening their shape towards the bottom, such as Orenburg and French spindles.
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Crowfoot. Grace Mary Crowfoot (née Hood; –) was a pioneer in the study of archaeological textiles. During a long and active life Molly—as she was always known to friends, family and close colleagues—worked on a wide variety of textiles from North Africa. Two images from the book `Methods of Hand Spinning in Egypt and the Sudan´ by Grace M.
Crowfoot. Left: Egyptian woman spinning flax. She draws the yarn through her mouth to keep it moist. - I believe some of these to be examples of what Grace M.
Crowfoot refers to as "spinning by rotation of spindle in hand" in her book "Methods of Hand 42 pins. Grace M. Crowfoot is the author of From Cedar to Hyssop ( avg rating, 0 ratings, 0 reviews) and Methods of Hand Spinning in Egypt and the Sudan ( a. Buy Methods of hand spinning in Egypt and the Sudan, Oxfam, Grace M.
I believe this method is what Grace M. Crowfoot refers to as “spinning by rotation of spindle in hand” in her book “Methods of Hand Spinning in Egypt and the Sudan.”The PDF of this book is found in the On-Line Digital Archive of Documents on Weaving and Related Topics – a truly invaluable online resource for textile artists.
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Grace M. Methods of Hand Spinning in Egypt and the Sudan, F. King & Sons,79 pages. Posted June 9, How to Be Owned by an Antique Spinning Wheel: Book review, 2 pages. Posted April. Grace Mary Crowfoot, a British pioneer in the study of archaeological textiles, published Methods of Hand Spinning in Egypt and the Sudan.
This book classifies six types of hand-spinning used in these areas of the world. The word 'spindle' rather than 'drop spindle' is used throughout. With thanks to Veerle van Kersen for the reference. Fiber Preparation Processes: PICKING.
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