Manifesto /

A selection of texts on the history of women and needlecraft:

Marija Gimbutas: The Language of the Goddess

Rozsika Parker: The Subversive Stitch, embroidery and the making of the feminine

Emmeline de Mooij: On the History of Needlework: Wool-spinning Witches and Creabea's (Press & Fold #2: Resistance)

Kassia St Clair: The Golden Thread

Wang Ping: Nu Shu, Female Writing in China

Els Kloek: Vrouw des Huizes, een cultuurgeschiedenis van de Hollandse huisvrouw

Ursula K. Le Guin: The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction

Angela Davis: The Approaching Obsolescence of Housework: A Working-Class Perspective (Women, Race and Class)

Constance Classen (editor): The Book of Touch

Lucy Lippard: Making Something from Nothing (toward a Definition of Women's 'Hobby Art')

Dave Fougner: The Manly Art of Knitting

Clare Hunter: Threads of Life

Mary Beard: The Public Voice of Women

Silvia Federici: Revolution at Point Zero

Silvia Federici: Re-enchanting the World

Silvia Federici: Caliban and the Witch

Steven J. Jackson: Rethinking Repair

Jessica Hemmings: The Textile Reader

Sophie Lewis: Abolish the Family

Kate Sekules: MEND! a Refashioning Manual and Manifesto

Loretta Napoleoni: The Power of Knitting

Max Dashú: Witches and Pagans (Women in European Folk Religion, 700-1100)

Ileen Montijn: Tot op de Draad (De vele Levens van Oude Kleren)

Alva Gotby: They call it Love

Barbara Burman: The Point of the Needle, why sewing matters

Genevieve Gornichec: The Weaver and the Witch Queen