Using Textile Arts and Handcrafts in Therapy with WomenUsing Textile Arts and Handcrafts in Therapy with Women



Research on textile-making has explored reasons why women engage in the activity. Johnson and Wilson (2005) determined that textile handcraft-making gave women a sense of their place in the world, provided both tangible and intangible ...

Author: Ann Futterman Collier

Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers

ISBN: 9781849058384

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Original research and examples from artists illustrate how different textile-based art approaches can provide therapeutic outlets for women with a complete variety of life experiences. The psychology of this therapeutic approach is explained as well as explanations of specific techniques and suggestions for practise with a wide range of clients.

Weave It Super Simple Crafts for KidsWeave It Super Simple Crafts for Kids



CREATIVE CRAFTING ABDO WEAVE IT ! Are you ready to get creative with string , yarn , and more ? Weave It ! Super Simple Crafts for Kids will get you started . Learn about the history of weaving and get inspired by weavers and their work ...

Author: Tamara JM Peterson

Publisher: ABDO

ISBN: 9781098275105

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This title will get kids creative with string, yarn, and more. Young crafters will learn about the history of weaving and get inspired by weavers. Then they will try out some simple weaving crafts of their own. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Super Sandcastle is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.

Artisan and Handicraft EntrepreneursArtisan and Handicraft Entrepreneurs



The results of the study further reveal that there has not been innovation in the weaving handicraft centres since their advent in Lesotho in 1800. The enterprises still use the old-fashioned technologies that have been bought during ...

Author: Leo Paul Dana

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9783030823030

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In handicrafts and artisanal products, industry has witnessed both a technological shift and a renewed interest among customers, especially after the challenges and limitations of mass production became evident under the COVID-19 pandemic. This book portrays the worldwide development of this trend, the nature of entrepreneurship in these industries, and the unique challenges and opportunities that entrepreneurs face. The book shows how these businesses are gaining a resurgence due to customers preferring ethical, regional, and climate-friendly options to fulfill their needs. The chapters focus on artisan entrepreneurs' contribution to society by not only creating businesses, but also in terms of tourism development. The book reiterates that artisan entrepreneurs enable crucial cultural connections with tradition due to their affinity to a region, city, village, or community. Small business and entrepreneurship researchers as well as policymakers in the cultural sector would benefit from this book.

A Partial List of Craftsmen and Handicraft Groups in the United StatesA Partial List of Craftsmen and Handicraft Groups in the United States



Source : Miss Ethel Petty , Indian Arts & Crafts Board of the U. S. Dept. of Interior , Washington , D. C. ( Active Feb , 1947 ) . Miss Emily Harris , Sioux Falls College , Sioux Falls ( Minnehaha Co. ) WEAVING , METAL WORK , JEWELRY ...

Author: United States. Extension Service. Division of Cooperative Extension

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ISBN: MINN:30000008074472

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The Ashgate Companion to the History of Textile Workers 1650 2000The Ashgate Companion to the History of Textile Workers 1650 2000



This supply of domestically produced machine-spun thread provided the basis for a revitalization of rural handicraft weaving and the establishment of both putting-out arrangements and handicraft workshops. Before the Second World War, ...

Author: Dr Elise van Nederveen Meerkerk

Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.

ISBN: 9781409480679

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This impressive collection offers the first systematic global and comparative history of textile workers over the course of 350 years. This period covers the major changes in wool and cotton production, and the global picture from pre-industrial times through to the twentieth century. After an introduction, the first part of the book is divided into twenty national studies on textile production over the period 1650–2000. To make them useful tools for international comparisons, each national overview is based on a consistent framework that defines the topics and issues to be treated in each chapter. The countries described have been selected to included the major historic producers of woollen and cotton fabrics, and the diversity of global experience, and include not only European nations, but also Argentina, Brazil, China, Egypt, India, Japan, Mexico, Turkey, Uruguay and the USA. The second part of the book consists of ten comparative papers on topics including globalization and trade, organization of production, space, identity, workplace, institutions, production relations, gender, ethnicity and the textile firm. These are based on the national overviews and additional literature, and will help apply current interdisciplinary and cultural concerns to a subject traditionally viewed largely through a social and economic history lens. Whilst offering a unique reference source for anyone interested in the history of a particular country's textile industry, the true strength of this project lies in its capacity of international comparison. By providing global comparative studies of key textile industries and workers, both geographically and thematically, this book provides a comprehensive and contemporary analysis of a major element of the world's economy. This allows historians to challenge many of the received ideas about globalization, for instance, highlighting how global competition for lower production costs is by no means a uniquely modern issue, and has been a feature of textile production for much of the last 350 years. As such this collection will be welcomed by all scholars engaged in the history of the textile industry and international trade.

Management Information and Educational EngineeringManagement Information and Educational Engineering



Handcrafts like bamboo weaving gradually lose their original position. Sichuan is an important region for the rise and development of bamboo weaving. Therefore the core of this paper researches the historical development of bamboo, ...

Author: Hsiang-Chuan Liu

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781315731049

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This book contains selected Computer, Management, Information and Educational Engineering related papers from the 2014 International Conference on Management, Information and Educational Engineering (MIEE 2014) which was held in Xiamen, China on November 22-23, 2014. The conference aimed to provide a platform for researchers, engineers and academic

Ojibwa Crafts Chippewa Ojibwa Crafts Chippewa



A similar finger weave was used in the production of similar articles of weaving apparel by the Pueblo Indians . ( See " Pueblo Crafts " by Ruth Underhill , Indian Handcraft Series . ) McKenney and Hall in " Indian Tribes in North ...

Author: Carrie Alberta Lyford

Publisher: [Washington] : Bureau of India Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior ; Lawrence, Kan. : available through Publications Service, Haskell Institute

ISBN: MINN:31951P005354077

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