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Submitted by lorjacks3212 on Thu, 07/25/2013 - 14:26
Can anyone recommend a good book on finger weaving? Thank you
Look in kids craft books, that is where I always see it. I have a book on knows and braids and whatnot from the 70s which seems pretty good. And if you look on Amazon, it appears there are some books with nice photos too.
I like Fingerweaving Basics by Geraled Findley. It is published by Crazy Crow Trading Post, www.crazycrow.com .
One's library should be such that it weaves and joins each person's interest and make the concept clear. I must say that I like to read books and when it comes to connect then I think one ahs to increase the bond with the books.