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by Tina Skinner

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0764306340, Paperback)

Dots of great variety, in all their minuscule glory, are depicted in 540 color photographs of historic fabric swatches. Dots are among the most useful tools available to today's more sophisticated designers, providing background for any number of motifs or standing alone in a pointed fashion statement. A must-have reference for the professional textile historian, textile designer, fashion designer, and costume designer, this book is an invaluable encyclopedia of dotty design ideas.

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