Category Archives: tablet weaving

When I started out trying to reconstruct how twill may have been tablet woven back in the Middle Ages, I had a list of things that the method would need to deliver – if you like being fancy, you could … Continue reading

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I’ve done a bit more tablet weaving again recently, in preparation for the two courses that I’ll be giving (August 31/September 1, and September 14)… and, of course, things happened. When at the last Textile Forum, one of the lovely … Continue reading

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Here’s some stuff about places you could go at times when there are things that might be vastly interesting: The CfP of the EXAR conference in Vienna, September 26 to 29 2019, is ending on June 15. You can send … Continue reading

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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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I’m on the hunt – on the hunt for suitable rooms for giving workshops, for all those lovely topics where my home is not large enough – such as tablet-weaving with more than two people. Since tablet-weaving workshops have been … Continue reading

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There’s something new in the shop – I have finally found someone to make some more copies of the weaving knife found in Dublin, DW80. It was found near Christchurch Cathedral, in unknown context, but is probably Early Medieval/Viking age. … Continue reading

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Because I’m busy with finishing up an article, and doing a bunch of other stuff in preparation of the fair season (which includes sorting through the goods inventory, and re-packing and re-organising things), you are getting a random tablet weave … Continue reading

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