200 Patterns for Multiple Harness Looms
by Groff, Russell E
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- Very Good/No Jacket
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McMinnville: Robin & Russ, 1979. Book. Very Good. Hardcover. First Printing. small 8vo.. black titles to white cloth covers, spine title weak. gift inscription and owner's blindstamp to ffep, owner's bookplate inside cover. light soil to edges of last pages. 200pp+ads..
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- 200 Patterns for Multiple Harness Looms
- Groff, Russell E
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- First Printing
- Robin & Russ
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- Weaving Design
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- Technical; Art Instruction; Arts and Crafts;
- small 8vo.
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