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

Original band from Birka grave Birka Twining Pattern Weaving Instructions

Detail of tablet woven decoration from Mammen grave (National Museum of Denmark)

Detail of tablet woven decoration from Mammen grave (National Museum of Denmark) love this design / pattern = more embroidery inspirations

Sketch showing one possible position of the tablet-woven bands in Birka grave 735. It's not clear whether it was from a male or female body, and the type of garment is also uncertain.

Sketch showing one possible position of the tablet-woven bands in Birka grave It's not clear whether it was from a male or female body, and the type of garment is also uncertain.

This will be a page for collecting a number of short articles regarding the proper scale of items from the Middle Ages that are often reproduced incorrectly. The Oseberg Embroidered Rings There are…

Embroidery Notations - Based on Oseberg find. Kenna's Closet: A Century Viking Caftan/Nice tutorial on creating a child's kaftan

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.

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