Library

The BABM Library has the following resources available for use by its members.

BOOKS & BOOKLETS
A Modern Approach to BASKETRY with Fibers and Grasses. Dona Z. Meilach. 1974.
Appalachian Beginning. Misti Washington. 1986.
Art and Craft of Papier Mache. Juliet Bawden. 1990.

Arts and Crafts of Hawaii (Plaiting) by the Rangi Hiroa (Peter H. Buck). 1957/1964.
Australia’s Living Heritage – Arts of the Dreaming. Jennifer Isaacs. 1984.

Bamboo Baskets–Japanese Art and Culture Interwoven with the Beauty of Ikebana. Maggie Oster. 1995.
Bamboo Masterworks Japanes Baskets from the Lloyd Cotsen Collection. 1999.
Basic Basketry. Mara Cary. 1975.
Basic Pine Needle Basketry. Judy Mulford. 1986.
Basketmaking from the Beginning. Lura LaBarge. 1976.
Basketry of the Quinault by Joan Megan Jones. Published by the Quinault Indian Nation. 1977.
Basketry–Creating Coiled Baskets with Modern Fibers. Sue Stanli. 1976.
Basketry Graphics. Margaret Davidson. 1990.
Basketry of the Appalachian Mountains. Sue H. Stephenson. 1977.
Basketry–Projects from Baskets to Grass Slippers. Hisako Sekijima. 1986.
Basketry–The Shaker Tradition. John McGuire. 1988.
Basketry Today with Materials from Nature. Dona Z. Meilach & Dee Menagh. 1979.
Baskets. Nancy Schiffer with Historical Background by J. M. Adovasio. 1984.
Baskets and Basket Makers in Southern Appalachia. John Rice Irwin. 1982. 2 copies.
Baskets and Beyond–New uses for traditional basketry techniques. Lucele Coutts. 1977.
Baskets from Nature’s Bounty. Elizabeth Jensen. 1991.
Beader’s Bible. Claire Crouchley. 2004.

Chip Carving – projects & patterns. Harris W. Moore. 1976.
Coconut Palm Front Weaving. William H. Goodloe. 1972.
Coil Attachments.  Class Guide. Sande Rowan. 2013
Contemporary Basketry. Sharon Robinson. 1978.
Contemporary Leather–Art and Accessories, Tools and Techniques. Dona Z. Meilach. 1971.
Contemporary Wicker Basketry-projects, techniques, inspirational designs. Flo Hoppe. 1996.
Creative Basket Making. Lois Walpole. 1989. 2 copies
Creative Crafts of the World. Marilyn Romatka. 2012.
Creative Hands–Handicrafts of Micronesia. Leslie Anne Killeen. 1982.

Decorative Marshallese Baskets. Judy Mulford. 1991.

Fingerweaving Untangled–illustrated Beginner’s Guide Including Detailed Patterns and Common Mistakes. Carol James 2011.
Frame-Loom Weaving. Jane Redman. 1976.

Gourd Crafts.  West Mountain Gourd Farm. April 1994.
Gourd Crafts – 20 great projects to dye, paint, carve, bead, and woodburn in a weekend. Ginger Summit. 2000.
Gourds & Fiber. Ginger Summit & Jim Widess. 2011.
Growing and Preparing Gourd Homes for Martians by James R. Hill, III.

Hebi Kago-Illustrated step-by-step photographs. Jim Widess. 1985.
Huichol Beading. Guillermo Martinez and Jim Widess. 2003.

Indian Basket Weaving–The Navajo School of Indian Basketry with 114 illustrations. 1971. 2 copies
Indian Basketry–with over 250 Illustrations. George Wharton James. 1972.
Indian Baskets. Sara Peabody Turnbaugh and William A. Turnbaugh. 1986.
Indian Baskets of the Southwest.  Clara Lee Tanner. 1983.
In Praise of Hands–Contemporary Crafts of the World. Octavio Paz. 1974.

Making Gourd Dolls & Spirit Figures. Ginger Summit & Jim Widess. 2007.
Masters of Bamboo. Melissa M. Rinne. 2007.

Nancy’s Paper Baskets using Paper Capers.  Nancy Gruber. 1989.
Natural Basketry. Carol and Dan Hart. 1976. 2 copies.
Natural Baskets-over 20 unique baskets with materials gathered in gardens, fields, and woods. Edited by Maryanne Gillooly. 1992.
New Basketry. Ed Rossbach. 1976.

Papier-Mache Today. Sheila McGraw. 1990.
Pine Spirit-A modern approach to the ancient art of coiled basketmaking. Sande Rowan. 2012.
Plaited Basketry–The Woven Form. Shereen LaPlantz.1982. 2 copies
Plaited Basketry with Birch Bark. Vladimir Yarish, Flo Hoppe, Jim Widess. 2009.
Plaiting Step-by-Stepp. Suellen Glashausser & Carol Westfall. 1976.
Pomo Basketmaking.  Elsie Allen. 1972.
Pricing and Selling Handmade Baskets. Grace and Forrest Davis. 1997.

Sprang Unsprung–An Illustrated Guide to Interlinking, Interlacing and Intertwining. Carol James. 2011.
Step-by-step Basketry–A complete intro to coiled and woven basketry. Rachel Seidel Gilman and Nancy Bess. 1977.
Straw Sculpture – techniques and projects. Ruth S. Hibbs. 1974.

The Art and Craft of Papier Mache. Juliet Bawden. 1990.
The Art of Basketry. Kari Lonning. 2002.
The Basket Book–Over 30 Magnificent Baskets to Make and Enjoy. Lyn Siler. 1988.
The Complete Book of Baskets & Basketry.  Dorothy Wright. 1977.
The Complete Book of Gourd Craft. Ginger Summit and Jim Widess. 1996.
The Container Book. Thelma R. Newman and Jay Hartley Newman. 1977.
The Fine Art of California Indian Basketry. Brian Bibby. 1996. Heyday Books.
The Fiberarts Design Book II from the Staff of Fiberarts Magazine. Edited by Jeane Hutchins. 1983.
The Grandmother Basket by Misti Washington. 1985.
The Guide to Basketry Weaving.  Creative Weaving with Coconut Palms. Robert Morrison, et al. 2005
The Knotting & Braiding Bible – complete guide to creative knotting incl. Kumihimo,   Macramé, & Plaiting by Dorothy Wood. 2014.
The Nature of Basketry. Ed Rossbach. Enlarged and updated edition. 1986.
The Techniques of Basketry. Virginia Harvey. 1974.
Three-dimensional Embroidery. Janet Edmonds. 2005.

Useful Baskets–How to make more than 3 dozen functional baskets. Mara Cary. 1977.
Vasterbotten. (In Swedish). Emma Bergstrom-Andelius. 1983.

Weaving on Gourds. Marianne Barns. 2010.
What are Fronds For? Wendy Arbeit. 1985.
Wheat Weaving & Straw Craft. Morgyn Geoffry Owens-Celli. 1997.
Wheat Weaving Made Easy. Carolyn Schultz & Adelia Stucky. 1977.
Wicker Basketry. Flo Hoppe. 1989. 2 copies
Wicker Basketry. Reprinted edition of 2012.
Willow Basketry of the Amana Colonies. Joanna E. Schanz. 1986.
Woven History – Native American Basketry.  Collection of the Clark County Historical Museum, Vancouver. Edited by Julie Daly. 2004.

CATALOGS
All Things Considered VIII juried and invitational exhibition. NBO

MAGAZINES
NBO Quarterly Review – newsletters
Updated February 27, 2017.

One Response to Library

  1. Jutta says:

    Thank you, Jan, for enriching our library. Many of these books are the foundation of basketry.

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