Textiles found on the Oseberg Viking ships shown with tablet-weaving cards. Bygdøy, Oslo, Norway.
Maxted Travels with Modestine 4: Oslo
This tabletwoven band from Latvia is made using only two threads for the design. Thread a light color in hole A and a dark color in hole C. (Holes B and D remain empty.) The borders are threaded in one color in all four holes and are turned continuously forward. The design tablets must be turned two turns, which will bring the dark thread up; the direction is shown by the "white" arrows. Row 33 is the same as row 1. Draft and Photos Copyright2001 Inese Krumina Tablet Weaving, Weaving Tablet
Latvia/Lettland (11.-13. Jh.); auch andere Bilder mit Rekonstruktionen
Dieses aus Knochen geschnitzte Webbrettchen wurde in einem Grubenhaus aus dem 12. Jh. in Niederglatt-Nöschikon entdeckt. Weaving Tablet, 12th century, near Zurich, Switzerland.
Weaving tablets of bone, dated between 200BC and 200AD. Found at Jarlshof in Shetland, at the Broch of Burrian on North Ronaldsay in Orkney, at Harbour Broch at Keiss in Caithness, at Keil Cave in Argyll and at Tain in Ross-shire. National Museum of Scotland, X.HSA 4156, 000-100-037-881-C Viking Bone, Nation Museum, Card Weav
Weaving tablets of bone National Museum of Scotland
Tablet Weaving Patterns
16th century silk brocade with what appears to be tabletwoven trim
Tablet-woven border from Siksala shawl, Estonia, 13th-14th cent.
Tablet weaving tutorial
The Ancient Craft of Tablet Weaving: Getting Started
Modern recreation of Medieval tablet weaving loom. I'd probably just use C-clamps since I don't have a woodworking shop.