Off to proof is Anna Petersson Berg's opus the Text Book Of Swedish Home Sloyd from 1925.
Sloyd books on anything textile are hard to come by. Very hard to come by even though fiber was a part of the Sloyd way of doing things.
Berg left her native Sweden, left her husband and home to travel to America in order to bring her traditional crafts of Holeseam, Fringing and Knitting to the public schools. You can see Fringing on the back cover: it's a technique for finishing woven cloth. Holeseam is similar but takes place within the cloth, forming open patterns. The knitting Berg introduces are all traditional to the various regions of Sweden, such as the knitted cap from Halland on the cover.
The specs are: 8.25 x 11 inches, 126 pgs, color facsimile of each page to save every bit of detail:
I'm yet searching for a good book on Sloyd weaving...
Till next, Gary