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Oseberg tablet weaving. Kulturhistorisk museum, Oslo.

Cardweaving is a very old form of weaving were you don’t work on a loom but make patterns in your work by turning little cards. The treats run through holes in the corners of these cards.

8th to 10th century, "Birka grave 524", (I have my doubts about this. Can't find where the image is coming from, and it looks exactly the same as Birka grave no. 943...)

to century, "Birka grave (I have my doubts about this. Can't find where the image is coming from, and it looks exactly the same as Birka grave no.

Original band from Birka grave 824. Birka Twining Pattern Weaving Instructions

Original band from Birka grave Birka Twining Pattern Weaving Instructions

Altartuch Mustersequenz 1, ca. 1350 Fotografiert mit Genehmigung des Domschatzmuseums Halberstadt von Silvia Aisling

Altartuch Mustersequenz ca.

Viking Tunic Reconstruction Tablet Woven Trimming Based on Birka and Hedeby…

Viking Tunic Reconstruction Tablet Woven Trimming Based on Birka and Hedeby Textile Finds, Viking Clothing, Living History

Borte aus Paragaudis, Quelle: SENOVĖS LIETUVIŲ DRABUŽIAI IR JŲ PAPUOŠALAI 10th century, found in a woman's grave in Paragaudis, Lithuania

Borte aus Paragaudis, Quelle: SENOVĖS LIETUVIŲ DRABUŽIAI IR JŲ PAPUOŠALAI 10th century, found in a woman's grave in Paragaudis, Lithuania

Snartemo V  (6th century Norwegian)

Snartemo V Quelle: "The Techniques of Tablet Weaving" von Peter Collingwood

Osebergfunn fra mappe 'Oseberg tekstil - tekstilfragment nr. 21, 24' tekstilfragment 24. Tusjtegning av Mary Storm (MS1940). Mål: B: 25 cm, H: 10,5 cm.

Osebergfunn fra mappe 'Oseberg tekstil - tekstilfragment nr. 21, 24' tekstilfragment 24. Tusjtegning av Mary Storm (MS1940). Mål: B: 25 cm, H: 10,5 cm.

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