Category Archives: Bernuthsfeld Man

So let’s say you need to have a starting border on a fabric that doesn’t have one. Traditionally, you have the two obvious usual suspects for doing this: rigid heddle weaving or tablet weaving. In both cases for the Bernuthsfeld … Continue reading

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As I’ve mentioned a while before, there’s no such thing as the perfect textile replica. Well, theoretically, there might be – but really getting it all perfect, down to the fibre and thread and exact measurements? That would mean a … Continue reading

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Some days, I love my work so much that it borders on the ridiculous… and today (well, yesterday, when you are reading this) is one of them. Definitely. I’m still working on the Bernuthsfeld tunic reconstruction, and let me tell … Continue reading

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There’s a stack of stuff going on here – first of all, there is (of course) more work on the tunic made out of bits and pieces: There is also Forum-related stuff going on – the website is in need … Continue reading

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I almost forgot that there’s a blogpost still due today – I’ve gotten rather sidetracked with both the desk work (where finally the email and paper stacks approach something like normal-ish dimensions) and the Bernuthsfeld tunic project work. Where I … Continue reading

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Today, there’s progress going on with the Bernuthsfeld project – finally, after the conference and event marathon of the last few weeks. It’s nice to settle down again and get some actual textile work done for an actual project, and … Continue reading

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You might remember that a while ago, I posted about having a project for a reproduction of the tunic worn by the man from Bernuthsfeld. Well, it’s time to get the project into the next stage – which means I’m … Continue reading

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