Between 2004 and 2016 I answered thousands of technical emails in the interest of promoting more awareness of the larger potential of the craft for the art. I want to thank everyone who wrote from all over during this time, and to apologize that I am unable to continue to do this for free, it simply takes too much time.
There is a great deal of technical information on the website, but exponentially more in Living Craft, which was written to tell the story in detail, and comes with free e-support. On the other hand, you may not be a reader, or have the time for a technical book. If you have a set of specific questions related to my research, you can e-mail them to me, numbered, and I will tell you how much I would charge to answer each one. I am doing it individually rather than by the number of questions because some questions are simple, but some questions are complex. Once you have paid via PayPal for the ones you want answered, I will write with you until you feel that the questions have been resolved. But again, the most complete solution is definitely Living Craft.
A free option for more general questions is to contact the technical support people at Williamsburg, who are artists themselves and have a great deal of experience with questions. They have a quality selection of technical information here, a great set of technical bulletins here, and you can also contact them directly here.
There are also now many well-informed and relatively evolved, i.e. polite, forums. A recent one with an emphasis on reconstructing historical aspects of the craft effectively is MITRA at the University of Delaware. After decades of neglect, it's great to see an American university take an interest in the craft.