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Hallstatt, "Original tablet woven ribbons or borders from Hallstatt. Presently at the National Museum in Vienna.", Bronze and Iron Age.

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Sami Band Weaving by Susan J Foulkes. Although she shows a rigid heddle, these beautiful traditional patterns can also be done on an inkle.

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Inspired by the 3000 year old breeches from tombs in western China. Tablet woven by Kerstin Katter

6 Hole Hexagonal Tablet Weaving Cards de Wulfenbahr Arts | Square Market

knot pattern in various missed-hole structures. Band woven by Marijke van Epen

Andean 3-colour pebble weave, woven with tablets by Marijke van Epen. Pattern designed after a Peruvian original.

This 5-colour pebble weave band is woven with tablets by Marijke van Epen

Triangular artefact labelled as a bone weaving tablet. Romano-British. Source: British Museum. Note the size (ca. 3 cm / side, 1 cm distance between holes)

Tabletweaving warp attached to the loom, from the Oseberg ship burial, ca. 850 C.E. A queen was buried with her tabletweaving.

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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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Early rare table top wooden tape loom antique textile. Sold Ebay 525.00

Bryggen Rigid HeddlesFinding rigid heddles in the archaeological record, especially prior to the 1600's is difficult. Which is why the rigid heddles pictured are so wonderful. The one on the left, made of elk antler, dates to 1238 - 1332 BCE. The heddle on the right is just a fragment but is made of pine wood and dates to1170 - 1198 BCE. These are both from the archaeological excavations at Bryggen (i.e., 'the warf) in Bergen, Norway.

Jorvik Viking Festival 2012

16 tarjetas, 2 colores, repite esquema cada 24 movimientos // sed_280a diseñado en GTT༺❁

Sámi weaving from Skjoldehamn burial. Iron Age. www.vesteraalen.i...

Tablet Weaving: S and Z twist clearly and simply drawn. This is my most frequently referred to picture when beginning a card woven project!

18th c. Standing tape loom

Tape Loom, American 1750-1775