Well... I made a discovery a few weeks ago! Totally accidental and I have no association with the author!
At my favorite bookstore (Powells), I ran across this book, which you might notice has been written by our group leader. Of course I had to buy a copy - not because of that but because I was so impressed with the different projects in the book. I am very happy to add it to my collection.
I view this book more as an idea and technique book, since there are references to construction and accessorizing that I was unaware of. I do think the instructions might be a bit tough to follow, but more importantly I didn't know you could do some of the things she does with potholder looms to get different shapes/sizes of pieces to use in her constructions. If the instructions cause me difficulty when I try something out, I'm sure I will be able to improvise.
In particular, I am interested in her projects to create market-sized bags with butterfly looms. These are not looms I am familiar with, and would like to try them out, but from the description, they seem similar to the odd-shaped peg frames I used as a kid to make place mats - we would tie short pieces of yarn around the crosspieces, and that's what held the yarn in place.
This book is chock-full of pictures so if you want to feel inspired, go visit your local library or bookstore.
The Woven Bag, by Noreen Crone-Findlay, ISBN 978-0-89689-846-2, Krause Publications