About 2-3 years ago I decided I wanted a real challenge with my tablet weaving. I had already tried out free-style weaving and fairly complicated patterned weaving as you can see in the posts from about that time. Now I … Read More
This wavy piece was my own idea or design if you will. I am happy with it to some degree.
I made this with free-style double-face tablet weaving technique writing ‘Maria’ for a key chain for a friend. The letters are inspired by Guntrams program.
The Birka 22 motif was found on the Swedish site of Birka on Björkö just west of Stockholm. The pattern itself posted online by Carolyn Priest-Dorman in 1993 and is quite easy to use once you get the hang of … Read More
The Mammen motifs where found on woolen tablet woven bands around 1870 it what of course is presumed to be the grave of a VIP. This grave is situated in the village of Mammen near Viborg (Denmark). Others have published … Read More
A couple of years ago I began doing tablet weaving. Everyone I knew at the time was trying it out (I was studying archaeology) and I thought why not give it a try. It was much easier than I had … Read More