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    Bathilde band in missed-hole techique

    band from vestrum/norway 4th century tablet technique: pebble weave woven by aisling

    Shelagh Lewins' website - how had I missed pinning this earlier? Beginning to advanced.

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

    brocaded bands from Birka (Geijer, Birka III, p. 83)

    Birka 21

    Ett vikingaliv: weaving and fastening a tablet woven band at the same time!

    Reconstructed motifs of the oseberg band. Brocaded, soumak technique and probably 3/1 broken twill

    Marijke’s reproduction of a tablet-woven band which belonged to Bathilde, Queen of the Franks (7th Century) which was found among other textile fragments in Chelles Abbey. Look at the little “pebbly” figures that run along the bottom edge of the band. They could be woven using the Andean Pebble Weave structure.

    Weaving a copy of an Iron Age band -probably cuffs- from Brødbæk in Denmark using white and painted plastic tablets. Tablet woven by Lise Ræder Knudsen

    Band found in the church of St. Severin in Cologne, dated app. 700, tablet woven by aisling

    Bathilde band by Kiernan

    Various tablet-woven bands based on historical patterns

    Tablet Woven Egyptian Diagonals Band - Have to try card weaving one of these days.

    Band with patterns from Hochdorf in missed-hole technique

    The Kaukola Kekomäki band band Tablet woven by Mervi Pasanen

    Inspired by the small Oseberg-band 12 L 1 tablet woven by aisling

    Hochdorf band in that's some tablet weaving!

    tablet woven band in 3/1 broken twill. made by Freerk Wortman

    Natural Dye Color Chart. #darkrye

    double heddle inkle weaving. I must find more information. I wish there was a picture of the warp from the top