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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 |

Aislings Welt: Das Vestrum-Band, Ergebnis eines Arbeitstages

Hallstatt tablet woven by Maéna

Kurland (westliches Lettland), 14. Jh., nach einem Fragment im Frauengrab in Laukmuiža (Renāte Siliņa-Piņķe) pebble weave.

32 tablets dated bevore 1349 from 'Erfurter Schatzfund' tablet woven by Aisling

The small Oseberg band woven by Ulla Gerner Lund

Øvre Berge family - 16 pattern tablets inspired by the Øvre Berge braid from Lyngdal, Norw ay, 500 tablet woven by Randi Stoltz

tablet weaving.telar de tablillas. Images on the page are clear enough not to need translation, I think.

Tablet Woven Trim Tablet Weaving Card Weaving Medieval by inkleing

Tablet Weaving Card Weaving Medieval Trim Tablet Woven by inkleing

Illustration of tablet weaving worn by the abbess Bathilde (Chelles, 7th cent)

Tablet weaving a selvage into existing fabric Historic reference: Finnish iron age apron

Reconstruction of Leksand cloak with tablet weaving at the Historisk Museum, Oslo

Tablet woven trim detail on sleeve of Viking Reconstruction of the Skoldehamn clothing at the Lofotr Museum

Reconstruction of a hat found in Birka. Made of light brown wool in six wedges. Every visible stitch is hand made with linen thread. The decoration was made with tablet weaving (100% wool). Lining of linen on the inside. The girth measure on the inside is 59,5 cm.

The Dublin find. 2nd half of the 10th century. Tablet woven by Elisabeth Da'Born Art and Textiles

Brocade 11th century by YamiAmayana.devia... on @deviantART

Adventures in Historical Tabletweaving: Hochdorf

Recreation by Amalie of the blog Adventures in Historical Tabletweaving of find no. 39 at Hochdorf, dated to the 6th century BCE.

Birka B21 tablet woven by Brigitte Puhl

Part of the 'Band vom Kessel' Hochdorf technique: 3/1 broken twill and missing hole tablet woven by Sylvia Crumbach

Recreation by Amalie of the blog Adventures in Historical Tabletweaving of find no. 39 at Hochdorf, dated to the 6th century BCE.