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TEXT is free to members of the Textile Society. Non members may order copies, whilst stocks last, by contacting the editor.

The current is issue is £15.
Vols 33-41 (full colour) are £5 each except Vol 39 (a double issue) is £10
Earlier issues (black & white) are £2.50 each

Volume 43, 2015-2016

Articles

  • In Conversation with Paddy Hartley, Artist
    Penny Clayden
  • The Human Cost of the Fashion Industry
    Sam Maher
  • Arpillera Journeys
    Karen Nickell
  • ‘Nothing is more terrifying to me than to see Ernest Thesiger sitting under the lamplight doing this embroidery’: Ernest Thesiger (1879-1961), ‘Expert Embroiderer’
    Joseph McBrinn
  • An Iconographical Study of 18th Century Men’s Waistcoats from the Collection of the Palais Galliera, Musée de la Mode de la Ville de Paris
    Sarah Piettre
  • Who Cares? Ecclesiastical Study Day
    Beryl Patten
  • The Lightfoot Textile Archive
    Janie Lightfoot
  • Shrujan Museum of Kutch Textiles
    Uthra Rajgopal
  • Textile Society Study Tour: Moravia
    Richard Beith
  • Textile Society Study Tour: Baroque Theatre, Cesky Krumlov
    Angela Thompson

Award and Bursary Reviews

  • BA Student Award 2014 joint winner Claire Hunsinger
  • BA Student Award 2014 joint winner Ayaka Sakurai
  • BA Student Award 2015 Suzanna James
  • BA Student Award 2015 Rozanna Walecki
  • The Lucienne Day Award 2015 Emily Easthope
  • Museum Award 2014 The Whitworth, The University of Manchester Jennifer Harris
  • Conservation Award 2014 Chepstow Museum
    Joanne Terry
  • Special Award (Audrey Archivist’s Award) joint winner 2015 Lancashire Archives
    Keri Nicholson
  • Special Award (Audrey Archivist’s Award) joint winner 2015 The Glasgow School of Art
    Helena Britt

Book Reviews

  • Medieval Dress and Textiles in Britain: A Multilingual Sourcebook by Louise M. Sylvester, Mark C. Chambers and Gale Owen-Crocker (eds)
    reviewed by Alexandra Lester-Makin
  • Dressing the Part: Textiles as Propaganda in the Middle Ages by Kate Dimitrova and Margaret Goehring (eds)
    reviewed by Lisa Monnas
  • Shetland Textiles: 800BC to the Present by Sarah Laurenson (ed.)
    reviewed by Shielagh Tacey
  • Embroidery Designs for Fashion and Furnishing by Moira Thunder
    reviewed by Jenny Adin-Christie
  • Printed Textiles, British and American Cottons and Linens 1700-1850 by Linda Eaton
    reviewed by Lesley Miller
  • Deeper than Indigo: Tracing Thomas Machell, Forgotten Explorer by Jenny Balfour-Paul
    reviewed by Isabella Whitworth
  • Sahib, Bibi, Nawab: Baluchar Sils of Bengal, 1750-1900 by Eva-Maria Rakob, Shilpa Shah and Tulsi Vatsal
    reviewed by Brenda King
  • Shifting Sands. Kutch: a Land in Transition by Archana Shah
    reviewed by Uthra Rajgopal
  • Stitching Resistance: Women, Creativity, and Fiber Arts by Marjorie Agosín (ed.)
    reviewed by Karen Nickell
  • Natural Colorants for Dyeing and Lake Pigments: Practical Recipes and their Historical Sources by Jo Kirby, Maartne van Bommel and Andre Verhecken (eds)
    reviewed by Isabella Whitworth
  • Hidden Lives: Leek’s Extraordinary Embroiderers by Cathryn Walton
    reviewed by Jane Clowes
  • Style and Satire: Fashion in Print, 1776-1925 by Catherine Flood and Sarah Grant
    reviewed by Jenny Tiramani

Exhibition Reviews

  • The Fabric of India
    reviewed by Imogen Catling
  • Liberty in Fashion
    reviewed by Fiona McKelvie
  • Riviera Style: Resort and Swimwear Since 1900
    reviewed by Catherine O’Hara
  • Magna Carta Quilts
    reviewed by Ann Gibson
  • Indian Embroidery
    reviewed by Uthra Rajgopal
  • Savage Beauty: Alexander McQueen
    reviewed by Sandy Black
  • Fabric of Society – A Study of Protest in Thread
    reviewed by Sheila Winterton

Volume 42, 2014-2015

Articles

  • Fools in the Bayeux Tapestry
    Gale Owen-Crocker
  • A building is more than a building: Reading the Bayeux Tapestry’s architecture
    Shirley Ann Brown
  • The four seasons tapestries at Hatfield House: New information about the supposed date of the weaving of the Tapestries
    Joan Kendall
  • Saved for the nation: Acquisition of Jewish embroidered hangings by The Rothschild Foundation
    Rachel Boak
  • Re-calculating colour: Thomas Wardle and India’s dyestuffs
    Brenda King
  • Material culture of textiles in Brazil: An introduction
    Luz Garcia Neira
  • Embroidering the truth: As I see it
    Janet Haigh
  • Threads of the Indus: Dialogues and empowerment through textile craft for traditional artisanal communities in Pakistan
    Seher Mirza
  • A stitch in time: Conservation of historic textiles at the National Trust
    Alison Dalby
  • The Clothworkers’ Centre for the Study and Conservation of Textiles and Fashion
    Sheila Winterton
  • Missing patches: The rejection of quilting by the American women’s suffrage movement
    Susan Burnett, winner of the Textile Society Critical Writing Award 2014

Award and Bursary Reviews

  • Textile Society/MA Student Award 2013 Emma Sheldon
  • Textile Society/BA Student Award 2013 Hannah Rampley
  • Textile Society/MA Student Award Tara Osborough
  • Textile Society/BA Student Award 2014 Nina Hartell
  • The Lucienne Day Award 2013 Ruth Rennison
  • The Lucienne Day Award 2014 Rachel Howarth
  • Professional Development Award 2013 Sheila CLark
  • Professional Development Award 2014 James Fox
  • Professional Development Award 2014 Brendan Jameison
  • Professional Development Award 2014 Shielagh Tacey
  • Museum Award 2013 - Bexley Heritage Trust
    by Kirsty Macklen
  • Special Award 2013
    by Mary M. Brooks and Dinah Eastop

Book Reviews

  • Medieval Clothing and Textiles, Vol. 9 edited by Gale Owen-Crocker and Robin Netherton
    reviewed by Lisa Monnas
  • Interwoven Globe: The Worldwide Textile Trade, 1500-1800 by Amelia Peck (ed.)
    reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • White Linen Damasks I, Heraldic Motifs form the Sixteenth Century to circa 1830, 2 vols by Cornelis A. Burgers
    reviewed by Sanny de Zoete
  • Clothes of the Common People in Elizabethan and Early Stuart England, Vol. 6 by Stuart Peachey (gen. ed.)
    reviewed by Jenny Balfour-Paul
  • Selling Silks: A Merchant’s Sample Book 1764 by Lesley E. Miller
    reviewed by Sue Kerry
  • White-Embroidered Costume Accessories: The 1790s to 1840s by Heather Toomer
    reviewed by Jenny Adin-Christie
  • Patterns of Magnificence: Tradition and Reinvention in Greek Women’s Costume by Ioanna Papantoniou (ed.)
    reviewed by Caroline Whitehead
  • Colouring the Nation: The Turkey Red Printed Cotton Industry In Scotland c. 1840-1940 by Stana Nenadic and Sally Tuckett
    reviewed by Jenny Balfour-Paul
  • An American Style: Global Sources for New York Textile and Fashion Design 1915-1928 by Ann Marguerite Tartsinis
    reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • Lucienne Day: In the Sprit of the Age by Andrew Casey
    reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • The Beauty of Experiment by Patricia Belford, Philip A. Sykas and Paul Turnbull
    reviewed by Penny Clayden
  • MARG Colours of Nature: Dyes from the Indian Subcontinent by Jenny Balfour-Paul (ed.)
    reviewed by Lynn Hulse

Exhibition Reviews

  • Georgians: Dress for Polite Society
    reviewed by Jenny Tiramani
  • Made in Mexico: The Rebozo in Art, Culture and Fashion
    reviewed by Lyn Broster
  • Henry Poole & Co. Founder of Savile Row: The Art of Bespoke Tailoring and Wool Cloth
    reviewed by Katina Bill
  • Fashion and Gardens
    reviewed by Uthra Rajgopal
  • Artist Textiles: Picasso to Warhol
    reviewed by Sheila Winterton
  • Knitwear: Chanel to Westwood and Visionary Knitwear
    reviewed by Angharad Thomas
  • Isabella Blow: Fashion Galore!
    reviewed by Sandy Black
  • British Folk Art
    reviewed by Ann Gibson
  • Alke Schmidt, Tangled Yarns
    reviewed by Jacqui Hyman

Volume 41, 2013-2014

Articles

  • ‘One man might bring it to perfection’: Rev. Ezra Stiles and the quest for New England silk in the 18th century
    Ben Marsh
  • Magnificent encounter: European silks in the 18th-century Chinese court
    Mei Mei Rado
  • A master weaver shows his face: suggesting a possible identity for an 18th-century portrait
    Clare Browne
  • A bizarre design in silk damask supplied to the 5th Earl of Salisbury (1691-1728)
    Joan Kendall
  • ‘Fair Ladies Here’s your man’: or, Barbara Johnson revisited, 1755-1757
    Kay Staniland
  • Swedish 18th-century silk weaving: technology and market
    Martin Ciszuk
  • Chinese and Japanese textiles brought into Vienna between 1873 and 1910
    Christina Baird
  • Japanese lampas: 19th-century patterned silks held at the Victoria & Albert Museum
    Ruiha Smalley
  • Living in Silk: the people and politics of an exhibition
    Deborah Dean and Tristram Avers
  • Re-launching sericulture in Europe: the NOWSILK project
    Julia Gazères
  • Publications on the X-radiography of textiles, dress and accessories
    Sonia O’Connor and Mary M. Brooks
  • The School of Historical Dress
    Jenny Tiramani
  • A multi-disciplinary learning environment: BA (Hons) Textile Art, Design and Fashion, Belfast School of Art, University of Ulster
    Patricia Belford and Barbara Dass

Award and Bursary Reviews

  • Textile Society/MA Student Award 2012 (Winner) Hannah Leighton-Boyce
  • Textile Society/MA Student Award 2012 (Runner up) Louise Tucker
  • Textile Society/MA Student Award 2012 (Runner up) Amy George
  • Textile Society/BA Student Award 2012 (Winner) Alison Stewart
  • Textile Society/BA Student Award 2012 (Runner up) Kathryn Beckett
  • Textile Society/BA Student Award 2012 (Runner up) Meg Held
  • The Lucienne Day Award 2012 Sian O’Doherty
  • Conservation Award 2012 : ULITA – An Archive of International Textiles
    by Jill Winder
  • Museum Award Winner 2012 : The Holburne Museum, Bath
    by Matthew Winterbottom

Book Reviews

  • Medieval Clothing and Textiles, Vol. 8 edited by Gale Owen-Crocker and Robin Netherton
    reviewed by Lisa Monnas
  • Sacred Stitches by Rachel Boak
    reviewed by Lynn Hulse
  • Renaissance Velvets by Lisa Monnas
    reviewed by Brenda King
  • Seventeenth-Century Women’s Dress Patterns, Book Two edited by Susan North and Jenny Tiramani
    reviewed by Catherine Weiss
  • William Morris Textiles by Linda Parry
    reviewed by Brenda King
  • Muslin by Sonia Ashmore
    reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • Knitting: Fashion, Industry, Craft by Sandy Black
    reviewed by Angharad Thomas
  • Textiles; the Art of Mankind by Mary Schoeser
    reviewed by Linda Brassington
  • Saris, Tradition and Beyond by Rta Kapur Chishti, ed. Martand Singh
    reviewed by Sarah Mahaffy
  • The Collier Campbell Archive by Emma Shackleton and Sarah Campbell
    reviewed by Lyn Broster

Exhibition Reviews

  • In Fine Style
    reviewed by Karen Hearn
  • Folded Beauty: Masterpieces in Linen by Joan Sallas
    reviewed by Louise Carson
  • The Blossoming of Patchwork
    reviewed by Ann Gibson
  • Threads of Silk and Gold: Ornamental Textiles from Meiji Japan
    reviewed by Ngozi Ikoku
  • Cloth and Memory {2}
    reviewed by Sheila Winterton
  • Light and Line: Polly Binns and Anne Morrell
    reviewed by Lesley Millar

Obituary

  • Audrey Duck (1935-2013)
    by Sue Kerry

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Volume 40, 2012-2013

Articles

  • In conversation With Sarah Campbell of Collier Campbell
  • Creativity, reproduction and imitation among contemporary weavers in the Sirwa (Morocco)
    Myriem Naji
  • Characteristics of practice: Embroidery as data
    Gavin Fry
  • Fashioning the future: Expressing our identity through creativity within the community
    Jennifer Sturrock
  • A carpet design from Paris, 1870
    Ashley Lawrence
  • Knitting gloves: An exploration in making
    Angharad Thomas
  • Compton Verney House opens a re-display of the Max Lambert Collection
    Mary Schoeser

Book Reviews

  • Elizabethan Stitches: A Guide to Historic English Needlework by Jacqui Carey
    reviewed by Nicola Jarvis
  • Seventeenth-Century Women's Dress Patterns, Book One edited by Susan North and Jenny Tiramani
    reviewed by Lamora Haidar
  • Amish Quilts and the Welsh Connection by Dorothy Osler
    reviewed by Janet Rae
  • The Ambassador Magazine: Promoting Post-War British Textiles and Fashion, editted by Christopher Breward and Claire Wilcox
    reviewed by Christine Boydell
  • Alastair Morton and Edinburgh Weavers: Visionary Textiles and Modern Art by Lesley Jackson
    reviewed by Brenda King
  • Artists' Textiles 1940-1976 by Geoffrey Rayner, Richard Chamberlain and Annamarie Stapleton
    reviewed by Brenda King

Exhibition Reviews

  • Bauhaus: Art as Life
    reviewed by Esther Fitzgerald
  • Tapestry: Weaving the Century at Dovecot Studios 1912-2012
    reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • Lost in Lace: Transparent Boundaries
    reviewed by Sheila Winterman
  • A Quilted Bridge
    reviewed by Vivien Finch
  • Threshold: The Sublime Skin
    reviewed by Penelope Clayden
  • Georgie Meadows: Stitched Drawings
    reviewed by Penelope Clayden

Award and Bursary Reviews

  • Textile Society/BA Student Award 2011 (Winner) Gwyneth Depport
  • Textile Society/BA Student Award 2011 (Runner up) Annice Callery
  • Textile Society/MA Student Award 2011 (Winner) Lauren Barfoot
  • Textile Society/MA Student Award 2011 (Runner up) Ye Li
  • Textile Society/Crticial Writing Student Award 2011 Ruth Clifford
  • Sixth Sense? An insight into the mind of two judges
    by Fiona Candy
  • Textile Society/Lucienne Day Award 2011 Kate Webster
  • Textile Society/ Museum Award Winner 2011 (winner): Birmingham Museum sand Art Gallery
    by Andy Horn
  • Textile Society/ Museum Award Winner 2011 (runner up): William Morris Gallery
    by Anna Mason
  • Textile Society/Professional Development Award 2011 (Winner) Daniel Harris
  • Textile Society/Professional Development Award 2011 (Runner Up) Tabitha Moses
  • Textile Society/Professional Development Award 2012 Patricia Belford

Obituary

  • Pat Earnshaw
    by Pompi Parry

Volume 39, 2011-2012

Articles

  • Textile collections and the sharing of knowledge: Textile Society conference 2011
    Catherine Whistler
  • The impact of collectors on museums
    Mary Schoeser
  • ‘Another freak of fashion’: Collectors, collecting, connoisseurship and changing views of 17th century English embroideries
    Mary Brooks
  • The four seasons tapestries at Hatfield House, Hertfordshire
    Joan Kendall
  • Collecting India: The Wardle collection of Indian silks and its changing role
    Brenda King
  • Arts and Crafts textiles in Ireland: two sets of embroidered sodality banners in County Galway designed and made by the Dun Emer Guild for Loughrea (1902-1904) and by Wilhelmina and Ethel Geddes for Duniry (1918-19).
    Nicola Gordon Bowe
  • Fashion to die for: Children’s clothing from Mamluk Egypt
    Jacqui Hyman
  • ‘Hand, eye and mind’ – A vision realised. The Rachel B. Kay-Shuttleworth Collection Gawthorpe Hall, Padiham, Nr Burnley, Lancashire.
    Gail Marsh and Tracy Gill
  • New contexts: Interpreting the textile collections at the William Morris Gallery
    Anna Mason and Carien Kremer
  • Exploring the potential of the Board of Trade Design Register
    Dinah Eastop
  • Fashioning the boy, 1760-1960: Some thoughts on forming a personal collection
    Alasdair Peebles
  • The Textile Society Research Colloquium
    Mary Schoeser and Eilidh Young

Book Reviews

  • Medieval Clothing and Textiles, Vol. 6 Edited by Robin Netherton and Gale R. Owen-Crocker
    reviewed by Lisa Monnas
  • Micheál & Elizabeth Feller The Needlework Collection, Vol. 1 By Mary M Brooks, Elizabeth Feller and Jacqueline Holdsworth
    reviewed by Lynn Hulse
  • Pomp and Poverty: A History of Silk in Ireland By Mairead Dunlevy
    reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • Knoll Textiles, 1945-2010 Edited by Earl Martin
    reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • Textiles & Dress of Gujarat By Eiluned Edwards
    reviewed by Anne Morrell
  • Five Centuries of Indonesian Textiles Edited by Ruth Barnes & Mary Hunt Kahlenberg
    reviewed by John Gillow

Exhibition Reviews

  • The Averil Colby Legacy
    reviewed by Ann Gibson
  • Between the Lines
    reviewed by Maggie Smith

Award and Bursary Reviews

  • Textile Society/MA Student award 2010 (Winner) Julie James-Turner
  • Textile Society/MA Student award 2010 (Runner up) Oliver Le Gresley
  • Textile Society/BA Student award 2010 (Winner) Jennifer Sturrock
  • Textile Society/BA Student award 2010 (Runner up) Jessica Beavis
  • Textile Society/ Museum Award Winner 2010 Zoe Hendon
  • Textile Society/Special award 2011 Caroline Alexander
  • Textile Society/ New designers award 2010 Soukaina Aziz El Idrissi

Visit

  • The Textile Society Visit to Russia
    by Fiona Cox

Volume 38 - 2010/11

Articles

  • An Unsustainable Demand: The Trade in Orchil Lichens Seen Through a 19th Century Archive
    Isabella Whitworth
  • Taking Indigo into the Future
    Jenny Balfour Paul
  • Is Jamaican lace-bark (Lagetta lagetto) a sustainable material?
    Emily Brennan and Mark Nesbitt
  • Sustainable Design Strategies: Eco Chic the Fashion Paradox
    Sandy Black
  • Carbon Footprinting in the Fashion Industry: Continental Clothing’s Approach
    Emma Waight

Exhibition and Book Reviews

  • Quilts 1700-2010: Hidden Histories, Untold Stories
    reviewed by Holly Pulsford
  • Kanthas: The Embroidered Quilts of Bengal
    reviewed by Lynn Setterington
  • hreads of Feeling: The London Foundling Hospital’s Textile Tokens, 1740-1770
    reviewed by Nicola Jarvis

Award and Bursary Reviews

  • Textile Society/Student Bursary Art and Design Award 2009 - Linda Barlow
  • Textile Society/Student Bursary Science Award 2009 - Stephanie Gilchrist
  • Textile Society/Student Bursary History Award 2009 - Leanne C Tonkin
  • Textile Society/ Museum Award Winner 2009 - Rachel Fenn and Claire Smith
  • Textile Society/Student Bursary Critical Writing Award 2010 - Hollie Price
  • Textile Society/Professional Development Award 2009 - Heather Toomer
  • Textile Society/Professional Development Award 2009 - Linda Brassington

Volume 37 - 2009/10 SOLD OUT

Articles

  • More Appreciation than Appropriation: Persian and Indian Influences in Textiles by Thomas Wardle
    Brenda King
  • Colour and Corruption: Issues in the 19th Century Anglo-Indian Textile Trade
    Sonia Ashmore
  • Japanese Inspiration and the ‘Art’ of Victorian Art Embroidery
    Elizabeth Kramer
  • Going into Trousers: Mix and Match with Logic. Influence of the West on Japanese Clothing Post-1868.
    Sheila Cliffe
  • The Textile Decorations of Giotto, Simone Martini and their Schools Paola Frattaroli
    Paola Frattaroli

Exhibition and Book Reviews

  • Merchants, Princes and Painters: Silk Fabrics in Italian and Northern Paintings, 1300-1550
    by Lisa Monnas, reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • Textiles and Text: Re-establishing the Links Between Archival and Object-Based Research
    Edited by Maria Hayward and Elizabeth Kramer, reviewed by Lamora Lucia Haidar
  • The Spinning World: A Global History of Cotton Textiles, 1200-1850
    Edited by Giorgio Riello and Prasannan Parthasarathi, reviewed by Emily Baines
  • My Most Treasured Pieces: Textiles from the Henry Ginsburg Collection
    reviewed by Janie Lightfoot
  • A Textile Dynasty: Arthur H Lee & Sons An Exhibition Celebrating Lee’s Tapestry Works, Birkenhead, 1908-1970
    reviewed by Ngozi Ikoku
  • Rodchenko and Popova: Defining Constructivism
    reviewed by Keren Protheroe

Award and Bursary Reviews

  • Textile Society/New Designers Award 2009 - Caroline Allison
  • Textile Society/Art and Design Award 2008 - Sophie Charles
  • Textile Society/Science Award 2008 - Jane Scott
  • Textile Society/History Award 2008 - Hannah Barrett
  • Textile Society/Museum Award 2008 - Polly Putnam

Volume 36 - 2008/9

Articles

  • Polka knitting in the mid-nineteenth century
    Helen Bonney
  • Wholegarment knitwear: new ways of making clothes
    Annie Shaw
  • Seven minutes of explosion - a story of two women
    Jeanette Sendler
  • Unravelling the knitting pattern
    Jennie Atkinson

Historical Notebook

  • A sign of some degree - the mystery of capping
    Kirstie Buckland
  • Women, technology and knitting
    Cilla Mann
  • Hidden skills of an English housewife
    Marilyn Willis

Exhibition and Book Reviews

  • Museums, Archives & Resource Centres

Volume 35 - 2007/8 SOLD OUT

Articles

  • Brief History of Textile Society's 25 years
    Mary Schoeser. President
  • 'Imbued with Modern Spirit' Textile Design at The Silver Studio 1919-1924
    Keren Protheroe. Kingston University
  • All That Glistens is not Gold
    Frances Pritchard. Curator (Textiles) The Whitworth Art Gallery, Manchester

Historical Notebook

  • Stead McAlpin: HIstory and Development of Textile Printing
    Alan James. Former Print Manager
  • Evidence for hand knitting from Elizbethan England 1560-1600
    Lesley O'Connell Edwards. Independent scholar
  • The altar frontals come home
    Margorie Dickinson

Exhibition and Book Reviews

  • Museums, Archives & Resource Centres

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Volume 34 - 2006/7

Articles

  • Stead McAplin: its History and Archive part 1
    Alan James
  • From Luxury to common goods
    Ceri Isaac
  • North Country Quolts and Quilters
    Dorothy Osler

Historical Notebook

  • Finds From Manchester Cathedral
    Marjorie Dickinson
  • Straw embrpoidery on the Altar Frontals at Nozeroy, France
    Barbara Fitch

Bursary and Award Reports

  • Textile Scoiety/New Designers Award and the Lucienne Day Award
    Ruth Brompton-Charlesworth
  • May Favourite Songs
    Malin Svard
  • So Near and Yet so Far
    Claire Diamond
  • My Dutch and Danish Experience
    Laura Glasel

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Volume 33 - 2005/6

Articles

  • Skin Stories: Charting and Mapping the Skin
    Zane Berzina
  • Italy versus the UK in Tailoring and Textiles
    Alan Cannon Jones
  • Chinese Embroidered Banners: Gifts in the late Qing Dynasty
    Sem Longhurst
  • The Queen Elizabeth Scholarship Trust
    Christine Lea

Historical Notebook

  • Pattern and Place: The Allover Wave Quilting Pattern in the regions surrounding the Irish Sea
    Celia Eddy
  • An Analysis of the Diverse Nature of the Quilt in American and Welsh Societies since the late Nineteenth Century
    Jane Smith

Book Reviews

  • Disentangling Textiles: Techniques for the Study of Designed Objects – Edited by Mary Schoeser and Christine Boydell
    Reviewed by Philip Sykas
  • The Perfect Red: Empire, Espionage and the Quest for the Colour of Desire – Amy Butler Greenfield
    Reviewed by Lucy Trench
  • M. C. Escher: Visions of Symmetry –Doris Schattschneider
    Reviewed by Sandy Black
  • The Colourful Past: Origins, Chemistry and Identification of Natural Dyestuffs – Judith H. Hofenk de Graaff
    Reviewed by Sue Kerry

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Volume 32 – 2004/5

Articles

  • Through the Surface
    Lesley Millar
  • The Space Between Art, Textiles, Design, Fashion
    Jennifer Shellard
  • Comfort, Simplicity and Form in Contemporary Asian Textiles and Fashion
    Sandy Black
  • "Small Presents Confirm Friendship”: the ‘Gifting’ of Clothing and Textiles in England from the Late Seventeenth to the Early Nineteenth Centuries
    Miles Lambert

Historical Notebook

  • The Bird Motif on the Poster and Fliers for the Antique Textile Fair, March 2004, and the Back Cover of TEXT 2003-4 ;
    Joan K. Archer
  • An Investigation into an Engraver’s Life
    Sarah Wain

Book Reviews

  • Wedding Dresses from the Bowes Museum Collection – by Joanna Hashagen
    Reviewed by Susan North
  • Foundations of Fashion: The Symington Corsetry Collection 1860-1990 ; by Phillip Warren
    Reviewed by Charlotte Samuels
  • Knitwear in Fashion; by Sancy Black
    Reviewed by Dr Ruth Brompton

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Volume 31 – 2003/4 SOLD OUT

Articles

  • Eileen Ellis
    Mary Schoeser
  • A Sense of Place: The Work of Linda Kemshall and Laura Kemshall
    Ruth Brompton
  • Accessories to Envy
    Colette Gilmartin
  • Textile Buttons of the 19th Century
    Ann Gibson
  • Fit for a Queen: A Fragment of a Court Dress Belonging to Marie-Antoinette
    Kimberley Chrisman-Campbell
  • British Art Deco Textiles 1910-1940: From Imitation to Adaptation
    Charlotte Samuels

Historical Notebook

  • Innovation and Fashion Leadership: Studio Design in the Printed Textiles Industry
    Emily Baines
  • The Textiles at Montacute House, Somerset, and their Presentation
    Margaret South

Book Reviews

  • Animal Embroideries and Patterns from 19th Century Vienna – by Rafaella Serena
    Reviewed by Ruth Brompton
  • Art Nouveau Designers at the Paris Salons 1895-1914 Vol. VI: Textiles and Leather ; by Alastair Duncan
    Reviewed by Ann Gibson
  • High Fashion in the Church: The Place of Church Vestments in the History of Art from the 9th to the 19th Century – Pauline Johnstone
    Reviewed by Ilse Ritchie
  • Anni Albers and Ancient American Textiles: From Bauhaus to Black Mountain – by Virginia Gardner Troy
    Reviewed by Sem Longhurst
  • Art Deco Textiles – by Charlotte Samuels
    Reviewed by Sandy Black
  • Seidengewerbe Des 18 Jahrhunderts II: Naturalismus – Anna Jolly
    Reviewed by Edmund Launert

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Volume 30 – 2002/3

Articles

  • My Career as an Invisible Designer
    Pat Etheridge
  • Colleen Farr and the Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design Museum and Study Collections
    Mary Schoeser
  • Susan Collier and Sarah Campbell: a Retrospective and the Collier Campbell Archive
    Lyn Broster
  • Prestige Robes of the Hausa-Fulani in Liverpool Museum
    Sarah Worden

Historical Notebook

  • Fabrics, Dress and the Promotion of Fashion: Jolly’s of Bath c. 1860-1908
    Julie Bowyer
  • Textile Cargoes from the East: 1670-1740
    Myrtle Campbell
  • The Needlework of the Sisters of the Poor Child Jesus
    Gillian Grute
  • The Rag Trade
    David Brunnschw
    eiler

Book Reviews

  • Women Designers in the USA 1900-2000: Diversity and Difference – Edited by Pat Kirkham
    Reviewed by Sue Kerry
  • Jessie and the Dolphins –Tatiana Tekkel
    Reviewed by Joanna Hashagen

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Volume 28 – 2000

Articles

  • How the Search for a Tabouret Ended in a Doll’s House
    Annabel Westman
  • “Chippendale Concealed”: A Chintz Covered Bed Cornice from Harewood House, Yorkshire
    Mary M Brooks
  • Churchill’s Costume at Chartwell Century
    Roz Morris

Historical Notebook

  • Strands of Hair
    Pompi Parry
  • Textiles at Sunnycroft, A National Trust House
    Barbara Allen
  • Ryijy
    Karen Greenwood Young

Book Reviews

  • Eighteenth Century Costume in the National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside – Pauline Rushton
    Reviewed by Lesley Ellis Miller
  • Peter Collingwood: Master Weaver
    Reviewed by Anna Earle
  • World Textiles: A Visual Guide to Traditional Techniques
    Reviewed by Freda Chapman
  • A Dictionary of Lace – Pat Earnshaw
    Reviewed by Ruth Brompton
  • Utility Reassessed: The Role of Ethics in the Practice of Design
    Reviewed by Christine Boydell

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Volume 25 – Winter 1997 SOLD OUT

Articles

  • Notes on the Manchester and West Afria Cotton Trade 1900-1939
    Frederika Launert
  • Zimbabwean Embroideries – An Income Generating Project for Mothers of Disabled Children
    Angharad Thomas
  • Local Directories and the Men’s Clothing Trade 1827-1925
    Jenny Silverthorne Wright

Historical Notebook

  • Printed Commemorative Derby Squares
    John Greenwood

Book Reviews

  • Silk – Jacques Anquetil
    Reviewed by Lesley Miller
  • Four Centuries of Lancashire Cotton – Geoffrey Timmins and The Lancashire Cotton Industry: A History since 1700 – Edited by Mary B Rose
    Reviewed by Frederika Launert

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Volume 24 – Winter 1996 SOLD OUT

Articles

  • Batik in America and Britain 1920-1930: The Early Career of Marion Dorn
    Christine Boydell
  • Textiles, Traditions and the Marketplace
    Susan Conway
  • The Conservation of Modern Materials – A Raincoat Designed by Mary Quant
  • All that glitters … LeRoy and Embroidery
    Fiona Ffoulkes

Historical Notebook

  • R. Cressy & Sons Limited
    John Greenwood

Book Reviews

  • Lace Machines and Machine Laces – Pat Earnshaw and How to Recognise Machine Laces – Pat Earnshaw
    Reviewed by Dr Pat Sterry
  • Nepalese Textiles – Susi Dunsmore
    Reviewed by Angela Lodge

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Volume 21 – Spring/Summer 1994 SOLD OUT

Articles

  • An Indonesian Ikatted Warp
    Angela Lodge
  • Textile Research: An Integrated Approach
    Susan Conway
  • Textile Study Tour of Thailand
    Angela Thompson
  • Textiles of the Miao Minority
    Deryn O’Connor
  • Japanese Resist Dyeing
    Sue Leighton-White
  • Hand Made Textiles in India
    Lesley Edwards

Historical Notebook

  • Woodblocks to Microchips
    John Greenwood

Book Reviews

  • Ottoman Embroidery – Roderick Taylor
    Reviewed by Fevzi Orhanoglu
  • Fashion Design Illustration-Women
    Reviewed by Gillian Holman
  • A Visual History of Costume: The Sixteenth Century – Jane Ashelford
    Reviewed by Fiona Ffoulkes
  • Coco Chanel – Alice Mackrell
    Reviewed by Marie-Louise Lowcock
  • The Handknitter’s Handbook – Montse Stanley
    Reviewed by Jan Truman

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Volume 18/19 – Autumn/Winter 1992

Articles

  • Catalan Bobbin Lace
    Jordi Palomer i Pons
  • Pride and Prejudice in 18th Century Spain
    Lesley Miller
  • Sant Valeri’s Set of Vestments
    Rosa M Martin i Ros
  • Aurelia Munoz
    Mary Schoeser
  • Exchange Visit to Barcelona
    Emma Whitton
  • Research on the Silk Industry in Spain
    Eulalia Morral i Romue
  • Could Barcelona Ever Lead the Textile Industry?
    Brenda King

Book Reviews

  • Diccionario Textil – Manuel Estany and
    Diccionario de la Moda – Leon Zeldis
    Reviewed by Montse Stanley
  • French Textiles from 1760 to the Present Day – Mary Schoeser and Kathleen Dejardin
    Reviewed by Lesley Miller
  • Fashion in Photographs 1860-1880 – Miles Lambert and Fashion in Photographs 1880-1900 – Sarah Levitt
    Reviewed by Alison Dunne
  • Thai Textiles – Susan Conway
    Reviewed by Mary Schoeser

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Volume 17 – Spring 1992

Articles

  • Wax Resist Printing
    Drawn from an essay by Ilse Ritchi, edited by Mary Shoeser
  • Spotting the True Image
    John Greenwood
  • The Design Archive, Arthur Sanderson & Sons Limited
    Elenor Gawne
  • New Printed Textiles from India
    Linda Brassington
  • Industry, Printed Textile Design and the Mass Market in the 1950’s
    Alex Russell
  • Boxing Banners
    Steve Smith
  • Library Banners
    Alex Russell

Book Reviews

  • Textile Designs – Susan Mellor, Joost Elffers
    Reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • Crown House Collection of Documents – Crown House Publishing
    Reviewed by Brenda King
  • The New Textiles: Trends & Traditions – Chloe Colchester
    Reviewed by Mary Schoeser
  • Embroiderers – Kay Staniland and
    Embroidered Stuart Pictures – Margaret Swain
    Reviewed by Paul Harrison
  • Threads of Lace – Pat Earnshaw
    Reviewed by Laura Ponsonby
  • Linen Hand Spinning and Weaving – Patricia Bains
    Reviewed by Linda Coleing
  • Classic Printed Textiles from France 1760-1843 – Josette Bredif
    Reviewed by Linda Coleing

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