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One Motif – Different Techniques

It is fascinating how different the same motif looks if you weave it in different tablet weaving techniques. The origin of this motif is from Egypt, Antinoé, grave 84, dated ...

Small Tablet Woven Bands from Egypt: Part 3

The band from the sleeve fragment of the Metropolitan Museum The sleeve fragment was in 1890 a gift of George F. Baker to the Metropolitan Museum. There is not much ...

Book Review: A Lily Grove 2 by Claudia Wollny

Whenever Claudia Wollny publishes a new tablet weaving book, I have high expectations. She has always written beautiful books with easy to understand instructions and countless patterns. With her newest ...

Small Tablet Woven Bands from Egypt: Part 2

The Border from Antinoé Grave C 333 The narrow border, which comes from grave C 333 in Antinoé, was woven using two-hole technique. It is sewn onto a fragment of ...

Small Tablet Woven Bands from Egypt

In excavations of burial grounds in Egypt, for example, Antinoé, which were carried out in the 19th century, many textiles have been found. These are known as Coptic textiles, fabrics ...
book cover: roslein und wecklein

roslein und wecklein

by Ute Bargmann and Claudia Wollny Self-published, 2018 The Codex Palatinus Germanicus 5511 was written in the 15th century by nuns of the “Poor Clares.”2 Originally the manuscript was described as instructions ...