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Mystery Weave 5: Color-Coded Tablet Weaving

When I started learning to tablet weave, I had a terrible time reading the charts. They looked simple enough, but I was constantly getting lost. I would turn a tablet ...

Mystery Weave 4: Lettering

Basic Concepts The double-faced technique is used to weave geometric designs, pictorial images, letters, and symbols. The designs appear on both sides of the weaving, with the colors and image ...

Revealing the second Mystery Weave: a Finnish Pattern by Mervi Pasanen and Maikki Karisto

Blue sky, white snow and brown bark. Here is a complete Finnish winter landscape with a snowflake-like pattern. This beautiful band was woven by none other than one of the ...

Mystery Weave 3: Easy and Creative Using Excel

You will discover in the following pages a very interesting article by Silvia Aisling, describing several bands from ancient Egypt. To write the patterns, Silvia used a very simple yet ...
“Mystery Weave”: Exploring New Ways tablet woven band image

“Mystery Weave”: Exploring New Ways

Last summer, our TWIST journal brought us a refreshing surprise: a "Mystery Weave." Anne-Laure Janssen, our new Editor, introduced this feature to provide fun and suspense to the readers, but ...
Maikki Karisto’s Notation System: Mystery Weave 2 tablet weaving chart

Maikki Karisto’s Notation System: Mystery Weave 2

Most of you are familiar with Maikki Karisto and Mervi Pasanen’s book Applesies and fox noses1*. Some of you may also follow their Facebook page, lautanauhat/tablet weaving where they share ...
Mystery Weave 1: GTT Patterns tablet weaving chart

Mystery Weave 1: GTT Patterns

I would like to introduce a new heading in the Journal: the mystery weave. The idea originated with a post by Sarah Pritchard in the tablet weaving sharing group on ...