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Simple Looms - cardweaving loom I had a kindergarten student use a cardweaving loom and she did great at it.
Fragment aus dem Nationalmuseum Dublin, 1,3 cm breit, Seide auf Seide. Tablet woven by Ragnhild.
Tablet woven fragment, 8th century AD. Museum no. LOAN:STEIN.588 (M.I.xxvi.001). Tablet woven fragment (Textiles - Room 98, Case 3) Central Asia 8th century AD Tablet weave in wool Length 28 cm x width 19.5 cm Museum no. LOAN:STEIN.588 This large fragment consists of two tablet woven borders stitched together. The top border show running animals with curling horns, while the other border has a geometrical pattern. The wool used has been identified as yak.
8th to 10th century; Band B 2b from Grave No. 824 at Birka, in Sweden. Viking Age. "he band from Birka grave 824 was woven in wool with silver brocade. It was about 7 - 9 mm wide. I can't find evidence of the colour of the wool but red seems to have been a very popular choice for brocaded bands and would be a good choice for a reconstruction. It looks great and contrasts well with the silver." http://www.shelaghlewins.com/tablet_weaving/Birka_twine/Birka_01.htm