Temari Bibliography

This is a record for me!  I have blogged four days this week, I am so proud of myself.

I was working on another project and came across my Temari Bibliography so here it is…at least all the English ones.

Diamond, Anne;  A Book Of Baubles; The Puncheons Craft Studio; England; 1988.
   BookVery basic book. 4-8-16-6-12 divisions

Diamond, Anne;  The Temari Book; Lark Books; New York; 2000.

 Book Diamond TemariMore complicated Temari  4-8-16-5-10-6-12 divisions

Ludlow Margaret; Temari: Lark Books.

  Book LudlowBasic book. 4-8-16-5-10-6-12 divisions

Suess, Barbara;  Japanese Temari A Colorful Spin on An Ancient Craft; Breckling Press; Illinois; 2007.
 Book Suess Very good book. 4-8-16-5-10-6-12 divisions

Vandervoort, Diana;  Temari; Japan Publication Trading Co.; Japan; 1992.
 Book Vandervoort Temari  Basic book. Little more detailed. 8-16-6 divisions
 

Vandervoort, Diana; Temari Traditions; Japan Publication Trading Co.; Japan; 1995.
Book Vandervoort Traditions   More designs and eggs. 6-10-8 divisions.

Vandervoort, Diana; Temari Treasures;Japan Publication Trading Co.; Japan;1996.
Book Vandervoort Treasure   More complicated Temari, free stitching and other Japanese crafts.   6-8-10-12-24 divisions

Vandervoort, Diana; Temari Adventures;Japan Publication Trading Co.; Japan;1998.
Book Vandervoort Adventures   More complicated Temari, free stitching and other Japanese crafts.  6-8-10-12-24 divisions
   
Wood, Mary;   The Craft of Temari; Search Press; England; 1991.
  Book Wood Basic book 4-8-6-10 divisions

Most of these can be found on your favorite book sellers web site. And some of these authors have websites of their own and their book is available there also. If your looking for the Japanese editions, sometimes they are on Ebay and look on Ginny Thompson’s website for a place in Canada.

Japanesse hardbacks    Japanesse softcovers I have about 15-20 books written in Japanese too, most are written by Chiyoko Ozaki. All are written in Japanese and most of the books open left to right, the tradition eastern way. I do have two that have been written in Japanese but open in the traditional western method right to left. (one of them is shown in the second picture, far right.) They are great to look at and once you understand how to do Temari divisions you can usually figure out how to do the Temari Ball. Someday I am going to find someone who can translate parts of these books for me. I think once I get the jest of them I can decode the rest. For now I just figure them out and sometimes come up with smething similar but different. There are endless possibilities.

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