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Jug, late 13th-mid 14th century | Museum of London

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Band from Oseberg, Norway Date: early ninth century AD. Difficulty: very easy. This simple but elegant band was found in the Oseberg ship burial and is one of the most securely dated and located bands that is known. The original was woven some time before 834 AD when the ship was buried. A variation that can be woven on the same warp setup is also described. | Instructions to weave the narrow Oseberg band |

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Shelagh's Website | Patterns from the Past

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An old fashioned weaving loom

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Perline la Tisserande, Nouveau blog: Stop au Widderhorn, passez au VRAI entrelac.

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patterns of bands from Birka (Geijer, Birka III, p. 82)

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Weave ALL the Runes by ~eqos on deviantART

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tablet weaving

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Hurstwic: Clothing in the Viking Age

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Patterns for tablet weaving

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Tablet woven band from Deventer, Belgium, c. 1370.

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Textiles found on the Oseberg Viking ships shown with tablet-weaving cards. Bygdøy, Oslo, Norway.

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Maxted Travels with Modestine 4: Oslo

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