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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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I have a stack of links to throw at you again – but before that, here’s proof that our garden knows which month we have: These are called Maiglöckchen in German – which literally translates to “May Bells”. The German … Continue reading

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A while ago – last autumn, to be precise – I was asked about a workshop or course on tablet weaving. This has been on my agenda for a while, and I have taught tablet weaving before, but not just … Continue reading

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Time for some tablet weaving stuff! (In my next life, I will manage to get more time for tablet weaving. And for napping in the sun.) First of all, a blog post about an Estonian shawl, 13th/14th century, with a … Continue reading

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Finally, all things necessary have come together: The wood that I need, the machines and tools that I need, and the lovely upstairs neighbour with time on his hands to show me how to use the machines. So on the … Continue reading

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