Seller: refbooklady (4,856) 100%, Location: Phillipsburg, Kansas, Ships to: Worldwide, Item: 113753910894 Profusely illustrated in black-and-white, this early out-of-print book pictures approximately 75 different Mission Arts and Crafts textile designs with identifying captions. There is also an appendix that includes numerous examples of Stickley furniture, hardware, lighting, and metalwork items. CRAFTSMAN FABRICS AND NEEDLEWORK FROM THE CRAFTSMAN WORKSHOPS with an introduction by Richard M. Rasnick, Razmataz Press, Madison WI, 1989. This scarce book is a reprint of an earlier published Craftsman catalog. “The availability of this previously obscure catalogue issued by Gustav Stickley now provides insights to the extended range of textiles that he once offered.” Included are Donegal rugs, pillows, window coverings, throws and table scarves in a variety of materialsincluding Mandarin silk, varieties of linens, heavy flax canvas, etc. Designs are drawn eclectically from simple country-style stencils to impressionistic Japanese and colorful Native American. Stickley sets forth the principles of interior design which provide a rationale for combining such patterns and materials in certain kinds of settings, particularly in relation of foreground to background. This well-illustrated book clearly presents in pictures and text the concepts of the early Arts & Crafts movement in America. If you are a collector, dealer, or historian of Arts and Crafts objects of art, you will want to add this invaluable text to your permanent reference library. 5.75” x 7.8” softback in very good+ condition. About 125 pages. FREE media mail shipping and handling for deliveries within the 50 United States. . Rates vary for international mailings.