Bibliography and Resources

PUBLICATIONS

Drysdale, Rosemary.  The Art of Blackwork Embroidery.  Charles Schribner’s Sons:  New York,  1975.

Ellis, Marianne.  Embroideries and samplers from Islamic Egypt Ashmolean Museum Oxford, published in association with Curious Works Press:  Oxford, 2001.

Geddes, Elizabeth and Moyra McNeill.  Blackwork Embroidery.  Dover Books:  New York, 1976

Scheuer, Nikki.  Designs For Holbein Embroidery.  Doubleday & Company:  Garden City, 1976.

WEB RESOURCES

Andalucia-Andalusia.com, “Islamic Art and Architecture 1:  Geometric Patterns,”http://www.andalucia-andalusia.com/islamic-art-and-architecture-1.html [7/6/2011]

ibid, “The History of Andalucia Iberian Prehistory – Moors,” http://www.andalucia-andalusia.com/History-of-Andalucia.html#Moorish-Spain  [7/6/2011]

“Blackwork Embroidery,” Nordic Needle, http://www.nordicneedle.net/guides/stitching-techniques/blackwork-embroidery

Cunnan, http://cunnan.sca.org.au/wiki/Blackwork , [8/8/2011]

de Holacombe, C., “The Roots of Blackwork Embroidery,”  http://wkneedle.bayrose.org/Articles/blackwork_roots.html

Eschenbach, M.,  “Index of Charts for Medieval Middle Eastern Counted-Thread Embroidery,”  http://home.comcast.net/~mathilde/embroidery/chrtindx.htm

Jones, H., “Medieval Egyptian ‘Blackwork’ Embroidery,”  http://heatherrosejones.com/egyptianblackwork/ index.html

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Page Updated 9.4.2012

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