Category Archives: tablet weaving

It’s been way too long since I’ve had a proper session of tablet weaving, trying some more to figure out a good method of weaving twilled pattens without a written pattern… but somehow, there’s always too little time. (Saying “yes” … Continue reading

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It’s the season of people looking for ideas – things to give to others, things to wish for. So in case you’re one of the many, many folks on search of good ideas, here are three things – all of … Continue reading

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I’m here, back from a little break, and I’m still working on stuff. Like the tablet weaving thing – here’s the current status: You see some bits of wild playing around, followed by the start of weaving a coat of … Continue reading

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Apart from the work on the Bernuthsfeld tunic, I’m also preparing for my bit of programme for the European Textile Forum, which is drawing closer and closer. In the usual mix of optimism (“I can do that! In time! No … Continue reading

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I’ve been tablet weaving again, a bit, trying to wrap my brain around… stuff. I’ve used the next Textile Forum as an excuse for this, as I want to take a look at tablet weaving, or, more concisely, on how … Continue reading

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The workshop planning for the tablet-weaving is finally, finally finished. I’ve done a testrun on Wednesday, with three lovely ladies volunteering to be my guinea pigs for trying out the concept and the materials – and it was a good … Continue reading

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I had a lot of fun yesterday preparing for a tablet weaving workshop testrun – which, unsurprisingly, proves to be a lot of work. I last posted about this almost one and a half years ago, so it’s been stewing … Continue reading

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