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Tablet Weaving Cards

Paivatar Tablet Weaving Cards

I have designed some new tablet weaving cards that are made of durable plastic, because I didn’t like to use the matt board ones. I found that they tended to wear out rather quickly. I designed these cards to be made of plastic so that they would be able to withstand the friction that […]

Card Woven Edging

How to weave a card or tablet woven trim to the end of a handwoven fabric. […]

Band Weaving Books

Books and patterns for making woven bands and braids, tablet weaving, card weaving, rigid heddle. […]

Tablet Weaving Pattern 102

This tablet woven band uses 10 weaving cards.

Warp: 12/2 Linen Red – 8 ends Black – 24 ends White – 8 ends Total – 40 ends Weft – 12/2 Linen – Black

I now hand dye high quality worsted wool yarns with plant dyes that are suitable for tablet weaving. Please […]

Tablet Woven Belt Pattern #74

This is my second tablet woven belt. Instead of using wooden cards, I wove this belt with the Lacis brand of plastic cards. I found these slightly easier to handle because they are thinner than the wooden ones, so fit in the palm of my hand better.

I used Finnish cotton yarn for […]

Band weaving: aa101111

Different parts of Finland and Scandinavia were known for using different weave structures, patterns and colours. […]

Braiding

About braiding techniques, ply split, sprang, tablet weaving […]

Woven Bands, Belts and Braids

Weaving Bands, Belts and Braids on small looms […]

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