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Inspirational bands and weavers
band of the 2nd to 4th century from Daetgen/Germany tablet woven by aisling
One of the Dune Belt fragments. Historiska Museet, Stockholm. Inv. No. 6849:68D.
Tablet woven band from Evebø, Norway.
Reconstructed brocaded band from St. Truiden, Belgium tablet woven by aisling
Altartuchborte Halberstadt Original: Domschatz Halberstadt middle: pattern without brocading below: pattern with brocading tablet woven by aisling
Hochdorf band by Lise Ræder Knudsen
Hibernaatiopesäke: Hallstatt bands. First version were too thick so I made them again with thinner yarn.
Pebble weave pattern, Maikki Karisto & Mervi Pasanen 2014
Tablet weaving pattern, design Maikki Karisto & Mervi Pasanen 2014
celtic tablet woven band. Location: Dürrnberg
Oseberg tablet weaving. Kulturhistorisk museum, Oslo.
Textiles found on the Oseberg Viking ships shown with tablet-weaving cards. Bygdøy, Oslo, Norway.
Birka, 1,3 cm width, 200 cm long tablet woven by Stephan Franke
Siksälä Shawl- 13th-14th century Estonia
Ravelry: Peregrina1's Köper-Seidenband
Stole of St Donats, Arlon 12th century 3/1 Broken Twill tablet woven
Chelles - all 3 bands tablet woven by Aisling
Except for the first band all the bands are wool and linen from a Livonian archaeological site found near the river Daugava and dated 12th and 13th century.(by Inese Krūmiņa; weavershand)
Reconstruction of brocaded band from Oseberg burial
"Bands (detail) by Marijke van Epen, recreated from pictures of the famous finds from the Celtic burial chamber of a nobleman in Hochdorf, Germany"
Hallstatt 3 bands
Uvdal band, 13th cent. Norway