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    The decorated line-winder that is *extremely* unlikely to be a lucet - it is 22.1 cm long! Made from whalebone, it is 2.7 cm thick, and 6.4 cm wide. Found at Sømhovd, Sømna municipality, Nordland county, Norway. At the NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet, MuseumNo : T13471. Dated "Late Iron Age"

    UNIMUS - simple html output

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    Reconstruction of how the lucets finds could be used to replicate the cord from the Gotland grave (Petterson 1968).

    lucets and lucetting

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    Viking - Saxon Sewing Box - Looking for the Evidence

    Viking - Saxon Sewing Box - Looking for the Evidence

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    Lucet Flat braid

    Lucet Flat braid

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    Lucet is a method of cordmaking or braiding which is believed to date back to the Viking and Medieval periods, when it was used to hang useful items from the belt. Lucet cord is square, strong, and slightly springy. Next pages show more textile tools.

    Tailor`s - Catany, Textile technique, part 7

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    Lucet.

    Lucet on StitchDiva.com

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    Lucets. This looks very like mine.

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    The decorated line-winder that is *extremely* unlikely to be a lucet - it is 22.1 cm long! Made from whalebone, it is 2.7 cm thick, and 6.4 cm wide. Found at Sømhovd, Sømna municipality, Nordland county, Norway. At the NTNU Vitenskapsmuseet, MuseumNo : T13471. Dated "Late Iron Age" >>read why it's "extremely unlikely"

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    Dünteln looks easier than lucet. Do research.

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    Lucet square cord knitting, we were given a great demonstration by Nicole Jutras

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