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Siinä nukkuu minun räätälinliikkeeni (Joutsenjoen käsityöt eli Swan River Crafts) pienin asiakas: pikkuherralla on ikää pari kuukautta. S...

Siinä nukkuu minun räätälinliikkeeni (Joutsenjoen käsityöt eli Swan River Crafts) pienin asiakas: pikkuherralla on ikää pari kuukautta. S...

One of the Kaukola Kekomäki bands by kinixys

One of the Kaukola Kekomäki bands by kinixys

Tablet weaving, pattern from estonian late iron age shavl decorations.

Tablet weaving, pattern from estonian late iron age shavl decorations.

pattern for this band. Repinned by Libby VanBuskirk on "Weaving & Art Teaching Ideas." Here is a stunning narrow weaving or belt that can be made on an inkle loom.

Step by step tablet/card weaving.

Rams horn

Looks like variation on Rams Horn pattern

https://www.academia.edu/9669661/С._И._КОЧКУРКИНА_О._В._ОРФИНСКАЯ._ПРИЛАДОЖСКАЯ_КУРГАННАЯ_КУЛЬТУРА_ТЕХНОЛОГИЧЕСКОЕ_ИССЛЕДОВАНИЕ_ТЕКСТИЛЯ

https://www.academia.edu/9669661/С._И._КОЧКУРКИНА_О._В._ОРФИНСКАЯ._ПРИЛАДОЖСКАЯ_КУРГАННАЯ_КУЛЬТУРА_ТЕХНОЛОГИЧЕСКОЕ_ИССЛЕДОВАНИЕ_ТЕКСТИЛЯ

tablet weaving bands

tablet weaving bands

Telar de Tablillas o Card Weaving ... Y Otros Menesteres

Jak działa kołowrotek tkacki, bardko tkackie i tkactwo tabliczkowe

Finchingefeld's Fancies | Advanced Card Weaving | Ram's Horn Pattern

Finchingefeld's Fancies | Advanced Card Weaving | Ram's Horn Pattern

Laurel Inkle Pattern 1

Love this pattern.

Card weaving. Double-face. Leaf designs #1 and #2

Collection of tablet bands e patterns!

Tablet weaving pattern library update | Mim's Muddle

Card weaving pattern library on Mim's muddle

Flechtartige Stickerei                                                       …

An interesting stitch to sew a seam.

pattern - missed hole technique - 12 tablets, 1.4cm wide; brocade pattern here - http://aisling.biz/index.php/galerie/historisch/fruehmittelalter/192-245-dublin

Le retour des petits dragons!

pattern - missed hole technique - 12 tablets, 1.4cm wide; brocade pattern here - http://aisling.biz/index.php/galerie/historisch/fruehmittelalter/192-245-dublin

Double herringbone stitch as trim for Viking underdress. This form of decoration was found on one of the Mammen textiles. See Carolyn-Priest Dorman's article on Viking Embroidery (article doesn't mention whether it's multi-colored or not, though)

Double herringbone stitch as trim for Viking underdress- if I ever start getting fancier with my garb creation

Scandinavian folklore: A shawl with woven pattern, “Kyrkjetæpe”, was worn over the Sunday best clothes when going to church in winter time. Since at least 1880, it was woven with a cotton warp and wool wefts in a technique called “skillbragd”, equal to Swedish “opphämta”. The name of the technique is derived from that the pattern shed was picked up and opened with a broad wooden stick.

Shawl with “Kyrkjetæpe” pattern, woven with a cotton warp and wool wefts in a technique called “skillbragd”, equal to Swedish “opphämta”.

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