A Manual of Fingerweaving is a beginner's guide to understanding the historical significance of fingerweaving for Indigenous artisans. It is also a how-to guide to today's craftsperson.
This 56-page book provides background details about the traditional styles and uses for finger-woven sashes such as the L'Assomption Sash, as well as specific details for creating various projects.
Patterns include chevron, lightning, arrowhead, and diamond designs. Interface weaving techniques include applique, twilling, beading and combination methods. Colour and black and white images add to the book's directions.