Category Archives: netting

A while ago, I marked out two weekends for giving workshops… and then it took me a while to decide on what topics to offer. In the end, I had decided on making one of the weekends a two-day tablet-weaving … Continue reading

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For years now, one of the almost forgotten techniques that are dear to my heart is (filet) netting. If you’ve seen one of those dainty, almost-nonexistent hairnets in the medieval part of a museum exhibition? Those are made by netting. … Continue reading

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The weather forecast looks mostly good for the weekend, with just a bit of rain on Saturday morning (and I’ll just hope that this won’t happen after all). My things are almost all packed and only wait for their transfer … Continue reading

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A good while ago, I ran a series about medieval hairnets and netting, writing about my experiences and results from working netting both as a spiral and based on real rounds. And I wrote this: I’d say that an unadorned, … Continue reading

Posted in headwear, netting, textile techniques and tools, togs from bogs | 9 Comments