Tablet Weaving

This collection of URLs is maintained in an effort to make information available to the textile community.

If you would like to have a site listed, please send email to: Rosemary Brock

Alpine Butterfly Knot
This Univ. of New England site includes an animated site showing how to make this knot.

Basic Tablet Weaving
From Phiala's String Page.

Bibliography of Sources for Information on Period Tablet Weaves
From Carolyn Priest-Dorman's site.

Braid Society
This group is geared for those interested in looping, braiding, kumihimo, tablet, inkle, lucet, ply splitting, finger weaving, and even sprang.

Braid Weaving
This site also includes Lucet, Bobbin-Weaving, Sprang, Wool & Stuff and Textiles.

Double Faced 3/1 Broken Twill
From Phiala's String Page.

Linda Hendrickson
Linda's site includes a gallery showing her work with split-ply braiding and tablet weaving.

The Loomy Bin
Gudrun's site includes links for her on-line tools to aid card weavers (for PC users).

Phiala's String Page.
Sarah's page includes links on sprang, naalbinding, kumihimo, and tablet weaving.

"A Saxon Threaded-In Tablet Weave" by Carolyn Priest-Dorman
From Carolyn Priest-Dorman's site.

Tablet Weaving Archive
Ronane's site provides this excellent source.

"Three Recipes for Fourteenth- and Fifteenth-Century Tablet Weaving " by Carolyn Priest-Dorman
From Carolyn Priest-Dorman's site.

"Viking-Style Tablet Weaving: Birka Strapwork Motif" by Carolyn Priest-Dorman
From Carolyn Priest-Dorman's site.

The Weaver's Hand
Janis Saunders' Page specifically for those interested in Tablet Weaving, Kumihimo, and Ply-splitting

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