{{ 'fb_in_app_browser_popup.desc' | translate }} {{ 'fb_in_app_browser_popup.copy_link' | translate }}

{{ 'in_app_browser_popup.desc' | translate }}

MENU CART {{currentCart.getItemCount()}}
Talking Textile no. 06 : Fruits of the Loom

Talking Textile no. 06 : Fruits of the Loom


{{shoplineProductReview.avg_score}} {{'product.product_review.stars' | translate}} | {{shoplineProductReview.total}} {{'product.product_review.reviews' | translate}}
{{amazonProductReview.avg_rating}} {{'product.product_review.stars' | translate}} | {{amazonProductReview.total_comment_count}} {{'product.product_review.reviews' | translate}}
Quantity Product set quantity
The maximum quantity per submit is 99999
This quantity is invalid, please enter a valid quantity.
Sold Out

Not enough stock.
Your item was not added to your cart.

Not enough stock.
Please adjust your quantity.

{{'products.quick_cart.out_of_number_hint'| translate}}

{{'product.preorder_limit.hint'| translate}}

Limit {{ product.max_order_quantity }} per order.

Only {{ quantityOfStock }} item(s) left.

Please message the shop owner for order details.


TALKING TEXTILES MAGAZINE Issue 6: Fruitsof the Loom


Weaving is one of the oldest survivingpractices in the world, with its history firmly rooted in the Neolithic periodwhen the creation of woven textiles exploded, with most households producingtheir own cloth. Since then, weaving has influenced history and culture aroundthe planet, becoming an indispensable skill connected to family traditions,farmed fibres and local production — spanning to modern times when the loombecame mechanised during the Industrial Revolution. This issue of TalkingTextiles focuses on woven fabrics and their origins, since both students anddesigners everywhere have taken up the loom as their most important instrument.The loom is of course a tool for weaving, but it also becomes an object ofveneration and reflection, a self-sufficient work of art, a modernistready-made or a recycled found object in the deserted, pandemic-strickenstreets. The multiple fruits of these looms are collected and savoured in thesepages and become a token of the contemporary revival of Arts and Crafts intextiles, fashion and interiors.


228 pages (English)

Additional details

Customer Reviews

{{'product.product_review.no_review' | translate}}

Related Products