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Norsk Folkemuseum

Norsk Folkemuseum

Red Figure Pyxis -   Red figure painting on Greek pottery dates back to the 6th century BC.  The pyxis is decorated with domestic scenes. This example shows two women. One is spinning and the other is holding a hand loom. This pyxis dates to 430 BC.

Red Figure Pyxis - Red figure painting on Greek pottery dates back to the 6th century BC. The pyxis is decorated with domestic scenes. This example shows two women. One is spinning and the other is holding a hand loom. This pyxis dates to 430 BC.

A woman making a head covering using the sprang technique.

A woman making a head covering using the sprang technique.

TAPESTRIES: Charles Hadley Blanchard - Dyberry Weaver - I want my Blanchard.

TAPESTRIES: Charles Hadley Blanchard - Dyberry Weaver - I want my Blanchard.

Fléchée pattern

Fléchée pattern

Vertical looms: 1.      11th century drawing showing vertical loom with two beams and the method of warping,  after M Hald; 2.      reconstruction of that loom made by the author; 3.      warp-weighted loom from the Faeroe Islands, 11th century, after O. Olavius; 4.      reconstruction of that loom made by the author p 73 Nahlik, Adam. Tkaniny Wsi Wschodnioeuropejskiej X-XIII W. Acta Archaologica Lodziensia, 13. Lodz, 1965.

Vertical looms: 1. 11th century drawing showing vertical loom with two beams and the method of warping, after M Hald; 2. reconstruction of that loom made by the author; 3. warp-weighted loom from the Faeroe Islands, 11th century, after O. Olavius; 4. reconstruction of that loom made by the author p 73 Nahlik, Adam. Tkaniny Wsi Wschodnioeuropejskiej X-XIII W. Acta Archaologica Lodziensia, 13. Lodz, 1965.

Monique Lehman, "Chopin" 7" x 10" woven tapestry, STI 2

Monique Lehman, "Chopin" 7" x 10" woven tapestry, STI 2

Navajo woman using a weaving loom, this picture reminded me of how far we have come in technology today.

Navajo woman using a weaving loom, this picture reminded me of how far we have come in technology today.

Finnish rigid heddle loom.  "The scandinavians carved small heddles from bone and antler to create simple [looms that could weave] thin bands." —Isabel Ulfsdottir

Finnish rigid heddle loom. "The scandinavians carved small heddles from bone and antler to create simple [looms that could weave] thin bands." —Isabel Ulfsdottir

CardWaevingWorkshop_600

CardWaevingWorkshop_600

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