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Books are listed by subject and information about author (or editor), publisher, date of most recent publication (if known), a synopsis and comments are provided.

Most of these publications, though often published many years ago, are still available (albeit pre-owned) from online sources.

Popular internet sites selling textbooks are (in alphabetical order): abebooks.com; amazon.com; bookdepository.com; sciencedirect.com; worldcat.org. In addition, ITFA supports the work of The Textile Institute (TI) and new books can be purchased via the following link https://www.textileinstitute.org/publications/bookshop/

It is possible to request the Academy to source the book(s) on your behalf. There is a charge for this service, which includes handling and mailing costs.

To view the books the Academy has reviewed, download the index below.

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  • Carpet manufacture

    Advances in Carpet Manufacture – Edition 2

    By Editor K K Goswami (Woodhead Publishing - 2017)

    Discusses the manufacture of carpets, exploring the new changes and developments in textile science and manufacturing technology that occur every day.

    Pages: 558 | Price: £200.00

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  • Index of Books

    Index of Books on Textile Floorcoverings

    By Various authors (ITF Academy - )

    A selection of interesting and informative books available on the subject of Carpets, Wool, Historical Textiles and many other related subjects.

    Size: 1.37 MB | Price: free to view

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