The latest Dezeen competition offers readers the chance to win one of five copies of Weaving: Contemporary Makers on the Loom.
This competition is now closed. Congratulations to the winners, which are Dail Behennah from Bristol, UK, Diane Allen from Scawthorpe, UK, Marin Thuery from Primaube, France, Sabrina Facchetti from Modena, Italy, and Rhondda Mockett from Sydney, Australia.
In this book, design journalist Katie Treggiden explores the recent revival of this centuries-old craft by profiling over 20 contemporary weavers.
The book covers a wealth of ways in which professional designers, artisans, and artists have revitalised the craft today.
Among the weavers are Daniel Harris, who makes textiles for famous brands using 19th-century looms, and Argentinian Alexandra Kehayoglou, who weaves natural landscapes for designers such as Dries van Noten.
"The book includes beautiful images of their studios, work and inspiration and in-depth essays on the craft's relationship with themes such as emancipation, migration and technologies," says publisher Ludion.
We revealed six of the most innovative makers profiled in the book in a recent story.
There are five hardcover copies up for grabs, containing 224 pages. The book is also available to buy online.