Jug, late 13th-mid 14th century | Museum of London
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 |
An old fashioned weaving loom
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Patterns for tablet weaving
Textiles found on the Oseberg Viking ships shown with tablet-weaving cards. Bygdøy, Oslo, Norway.
Detail of tablet-woven armband decoration from Mammen grave (National Museum of Denmark)
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 National Museum of Scotland
The pattern draft for the Celtic Knot pickup pattern. Huge thanks to NorseGirl for her clear instructions here. #inkle weaving #celtic knot
Tablet Weaving Patterns
16th century silk brocade with what appears to be tabletwoven trim
Tablet-woven border from Siksala shawl, Estonia, 13th-14th cent.
Birka band 17, Grave 735
Tablet weaving tutorial
Medieval Tablet Weaving
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