This page is a work in progress, so do check back every so often as I add to it.
Somaiya Kala Vidya: http://www.somaiya-kalavidya.org/ Somaiya Kala Vidya offers design and business education to working traditional artisans of Kutch.
Tribal Textiles: http://www.tribaltextiles.info/ Pamela Cross’ site includes a great page of links, bibliography, and photo galleries of people of SW China and SE Asia in traditional costume
Marla Mallett: http://www.marlamallett.com/links.htm Extensive list of links to textile-related sites
The Textile Museum in Washington DC: http://museum.gwu.edu/
http://www.kala-raksha.org/embroidery.htm Summary of embroidery styles of Kutch
www.kala-raksha-museum.org Searchable database of ethnic Kutchi textiles is at http://www.kala-raksha-museum.org/collection/index.htm
Traditional Arts & Ethnology Centre, Luang Prabang: http://www.taeclaos.org/ (and see their links page)
Virtual Hilltribe Museum: http://www.hilltribe.org/museum/
Oxford Asian Textile Group links page: http://www.oatg.org.uk/links.htm
Sevantilal Patolawalla & Sons, Patan: http://www.patolaofpatan.com/
MAIWA Handprints, Vancouver: http://www.maiwa.com/index.html
World Shibori Network: www.shibori.org
The Textile Museum and the Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan: An Introduction to the Textile Arts: Kingdom of Bhutan 2008(DVD)
Diana K Myers and Susan S Bean (ed). From the Land of the Thunder Dragon: Textile Arts of Bhutan. Serindia/Peabody Essex Museum, India 1994
Druk Thagzo: The Bhutanese Art of Weaving. Agency for Promotion of Indigenous Crafts (APIC), Ministry of Economic Affairs, Thimphu. Catalogue 2014. This is a lovely overview of types of Bhutanese woven textiles, also available online: http://www.apic.org.bt/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Textile-Catalogue-Druk-ThagZo.pdf
Thagzo: The Textile Weaves of Bhutan. Published by the Royal Textile Academy of Bhutan during the inauguration of its museum in June, 2013. Catalogue style.
Marko Bartholomew. Thunder Dragon Textiles from Bhutan. Shishoka, Kyoto 1985
Barbara S Adams. Traditional Bhutanese Textiles. White Orchid Books, Bangkok 1984
David K Barker. Designs of Bhutan. White Lotus 1985 Now available online, along with volume 2 and part 1 of volume 3 at http://issuu.com/dkbbkk/docs/designs_of_bhutan
Karin Altmann. Fabric of Life – Textile Arts in Bhutan. De Gruyter, 2015.
Betty Linn Davenport. Supplementary Weft Techniques from Bhutan. Handwoven, May/June 1994. Discusses yathra techniques & offers projects to weave.
Judy Frater. Threads of Identity: Embroidery and Adornment of the Nomadic Rabaris. India 1995, 2003
MAIWA & Kutch Mahila Vikas Sangathan. Through the Eye of a Needle: Stories from an Indian Desert. Maiwa Handprints, Vancouver 2003
Chelna Desai. Ikat Textiles of India. Chronicle Books 1988
Anokhi Museum of Hand Printing. Ajrakh: Patterns & Borders. New Delhi, 2007
54 Ethnic Groups in Vietnam. VNA Publishing House 2008
Ann Hecht. The Art of the Loom. British Museum Publications 1989. Has a chapter on Nepalese dhaka cloth
Patricia Cheeseman. Lao-Tai Textiles: The Textiles of Xam Nuea and Muang Phuan
Viengkham Nanthavongdouangsy. Sinh and Lao Women
James Thompson Foundation. Tied Together: Khmer Lao and Thai Mudmee Textiles
Gillian Green. Traditional textiles of Cambodia. Bangkok: River Books, 2003
Mary Kellogg Rice and Yoshiko Iwamoto Wada. Shibori: The Inventive Art of Japanese Shaped Resist Dyeing. Kodansha International, 1999