Gjuro og Tevlingejure
Prøver ut en gammel brikkevev-teknikk. Samme teknikk kan brukes på belter fra med navn; Gjuro og Tevlingejure. Her har jeg brukt Huldra Kamgarn fra Hillesvåg Ullvarefabrikk, men vil nok gå over til det tynnere Alv etter hvert. Skjematisk tegning. Legg merke til at kantene ikke er like.
Pattern to weave a bowen knot in two colours. | Etsy
This tablet weaving pattern is woven using two colours and depicts a bowen cross. To keep the pattern twist neutral, the pattern includes both directions. Note: this pattern is sold for personal use only.
Tablet weaving belt 190cm wool historic accessory for viking
lenght: 190cm + 16 and 8 cm braids width: 5 cm 100% wool, cotton is used for shuttle yarn Made on 28 tablets Complicated pattern with dogs, made from fine wool. The belt is quite thin as I use really slim cotton yarn for the shuttle. First two patters are half of centimeter more narrow than the
Since I can't post about my main project right now (it's a secret), I'll post a picture if the progress on my brocaded tabletweaving. I've completed one full pass of the pattern, which gives me four inches of band. I seem to have a system worked out that makes it a bit easier to keep…
Tablet Weaving: Egyptian Diagonals DVD
Tablet weaving is awesome, a given. But there are so many different techniques. This class explores one of those techniques, one that gives you bright bold diagonal patterns, called Egyptian Diagonals. In this video, you will learn the circular warping technique, how to setup and weave these bold patterns, and even a l
Birka tablet woven belt
A long, long time ago, in a suburb far, far away ... ... I wound a very looong warp for tablet weaving a belt. A 292 cm long belt! I used 20 tablets (in reality, playing cards cut into a square shape, with four holes punched at the corners). Each tablet was threaded according to…
Tablet Weaving Gallery
Inspiring photos and descriptions of tablet weaving by instructor and author Linda Hendrickson, including tablet-woven calligraphy from her book Please Weave a Message. Tablet weaving by Peter Collingwood and traditional tablet weavings from Burma, Tibet, Nepal, Turkey, and Iran.