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 Issue No: 999PCE Peter Collingwood Special Edition - Summer 2009 
 
Peter Collingwood Special Edition - Summer 2009
Reprints of Peter Collingwood’s most memorable articles from 
the Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers.



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 Issue No: 263 Autumn 2017 
 
Autumn 2017

J263-b-cover.jpgTravel to Tibet with Amanda Hannaford's fascinating project to teach spinning, natural dyeing, knitting and crochet, or tour Gujarat with Alison Stattersfield, Jane Stockley and Lucy Rhodes in search of the fine fabrics woven by traditional handweavers. Back home, Susan Dye and Ashley Walker explain their techniques growing and dyeing with madder, whilst Christina Chisholm explores alternative mordants. Judith Edwards describes the fascinating history of her Bosworth Journey Wheel and Jane Deane explains how to spin her unique paper and flax yarn.


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 Issue No: 262 Summer 2017 
 
Summer 2017
In this issue:
Explore the dye process Turkey Red with Julie Wertz, and learn how to produce both red and yellow natural dyes using the same safflower petals from Jenny Dean.
Michael Crompton describes his design process from travel inspiration to woven tapestry, while Ann Fisher brings us back to basics with her detailed Spinner's Glossary.
Glenys Crocker explores the capabilities of the warp weighted loom, while Beryl Cole's recently designed and registered tartan provided a unique highlight to her daughter's wedding.


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 Issue No: 261 Spring 2017 
 
Spring 2017
With a wealth of practical information, The Dye Plant Garden is the ideal place to start planning new adventures with natural dyes, with expert authors Susan Dye and Ashley Walker.

Tapestry weavers will be inspired by Ros Wilson's work under the skilful guidance of Máximo Laura in Peru, whilst three of the graduate award winners at New Designers 2016 describe their skill development experiences during their studies.

Jane Lucas gives spinners detailed advice on preparing and spinning alpaca fibre - and then combining it with other fibres.

This issue also includes three reports of the much acclaimed National Exhibition, and moving tributes, from friends and colleagues, to the late Stuart Groom, ex-Chair of the GPC.

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 Issue No: 260 Winter 2016 
 
Winter 2016

All innovative
development in our crafts starts from a sound working knowledge.
Janet Phillips provides practical advice on Cloth Finishing, while
Debbie Bamford explains the fascinating history of Turkey Red. Ideas
for collaborative guild study groups will be inspired by the
Cambridgeshire Guild's Peruvian Textile Study Group. Berry Cutler's
achievements show that our younger guild members are taking delight
in producing wearable textiles - turn to our Correspondence
pages for some more ideas.






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