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Things going on? Prep for the Textile Forum – writing lists, making plans, figuring out stuff, and generally getting really excited. Also… more weaving. Currently I’m trying to get merging lines down pat, so the idea was to weave a … Continue reading

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I hope you’re not bored to death yet with my posting of tablet-woven animals but, well, you guessed it – I’ve made another one, and I have nothing better to do than share it here: Starting this was a little … Continue reading

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So after the success of the tiny wonky animal on the narrow band, obviously there was no other choice than trying out the new system on the wide band. And, well, what shall I say? I was mostly successful, and … Continue reading

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For ages and ages, I have dreamt of this. Well, admittedly, my dreams were a little bit more spectacular, but still – I’ve done it. I have woven an animal. It’s not looking very spectacular, and it’s not a very … Continue reading

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I haven’t progressed to the wide playband as quickly as planned – I got a little held up figuring out some more things with the narrow one, as there are (as always!) one or two little more details that need … Continue reading

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Sometimes, you puzzle over something and puzzle over it and try to find a good way to keep track of what is happening and how to count to two and keep right from left. At least that happened to me … Continue reading

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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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