Two educational units "Craftsmanship in Wood" and "Fibers, Tools, and Weaves" were assembled by the American Craftsmen's Council for circulation among craft organizations, schools, and museums. These units were part of "Visual Communication in the Crafts", a larger survey of contemporary craftsmanship developed for illustrated educational material for loan service. "Fibers, Tools, and Weaves" was a survey of the weaving process: the materials, tools, and techniques. "Craftsmanship in Wood" illustrated skilled design and craftsmanship techniques of woodworking. Both shows were on display at the Museum of Contemporary Crafts in New York City from January 8, 1960 until February 14, 1960.