Irish Spinning, Dyeing, and Weaving
A literary and photographic means of preservation of the traditional textile crafts of Ireland, designed to read as a syllabus for future students.
Through interviews, stories, and more explicit directions, textile artist and author Mitchell covers the full spectrum of historical fabric-making on the island, from spinning wool and flax, to dyeing with indigenous plants and weaving uniquely Irish garments such as the cóta mór.
Hard cover with black and white photographs and illustrations throughout.
Condition: Excellent, with all of the wear being taken to the dust jacket.
Measures ~5.5"x9". 80 pages.