Contemporary International Tapestry, Schiffer Press, 2015

Falling from Grace: the Tapestries of Barbara Heller, Vancouver BC, 2014

To Weave or Not to Weave, Dirk Holger, 2015, publisher pending

The Tapestry Handbook (revised, updated), Carol Russell, Lark Press, 2007

Cover Ups and Revelations, The Tapestries of Barbara Heller, Vancouver BC, 2005

The Tapestry Handbook, Carol Russell, Lark Press, 1990


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“The Warp and Woof of Weaving” by Robin Laurence, Georgia Straight, August 1, 2002
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“Stones and Symbols, by Brenda MacGilveray,” Shuttle, Spindle, and Dyepot, Atlanta, GA, Winter 1986
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Design Books One (1980), Two (1983), Three (1988), Four (1991), Five (1995), Six (1999), and Seven (2003) Lark Books, Asheville, NC

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