Card weaving

complete instructions plus 53 patterns for card weaving or tablet weaving
  • 47 Pages
  • 2.44 MB
  • 8320 Downloads
  • English
by
Robin and Russ Handweavers , McMinnville, Or
Card wea
Statementby Russell E. Groff.
The Physical Object
Pagination47 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14108090M

The book is set up giving a history of card weaving, some nice background and examples through the ages and in various countries, and then getting into basics and more complicated patterns and techniques. If you're interested in learning the basics of tablet/card weaving, this is a pretty good book and offers more to the weaver than just patterns/5(99).

Double-Faced Tablet Weaving: 50 Designs from Around the World by Linda Hendrickson $ including shipping pages, comb-bound. Complete instructions for making a continuous warp and for the double-faced weave, large graphs with a helpful tablet count field, front and back of all designs shown full-size, tips for avoiding and correcting mistakes and for graphing your own designs.

The book is set up giving a history of card weaving, some nice background and examples through the ages and in various countries, and then getting into basics and more complicated patterns and techniques.

If you're interested in learning the basics of tablet/card weaving, this is a pretty good book and offers more to the weaver than just patterns/5. CARD WEAVING, Candace Card weaving book - Book Patterns for exquisite bands and straps, trims, wall art and even rugs. The authors here present a complete discussion of card weaving (also known as Tablet Weaving), including its history, the materials needed, the techniques followed, pattern drafting and designing, finishing, and special approaches.5/5(K).

Card Weaving User Review - olyweaver - The book is easy to read and to follow. Begins with a chapter on the history of card or tablet weaving and moves quickly into the basics ending with more advanced and complicated weavings to try. It is a good combination for both beginner and intermediate weavers.

Read full review4/5(6). The history she goes into about card weaving is very interesting. The book is fun and easy to read. I was glad I bought it. She has a lot of really neat ideas, especially with her chapter on supplemental wefts. Very creative. But the down side, some of her technique descriptions, I felt were a little convoluted.

For example: when she was /5. Digital Archive of Documents Related to Tablet Weaving Low-resolution sample pages are provided so that you can get an idea of what a document is about before deciding to download it.

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"Band Weaving", published indemonstrates so many techniques: Weaving on an inkle loom, soda straw loom, Hungarian loom, twining loom, as well as finger weaving, backstrap weaving with a rigid heddle and card weaving.

It provides an interesting comparison of techniques. There are hundreds of patterns in circulation, some 50 of which can be found in Robin & Russ’ book, Card or Tablet Weaving. But you can make up your own easily after a little experience.

A threading sequence produces very different results with different card-turning sequences. Simple kivrim Card threading pattern 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AOX X X XO#####O O20 BOX X XO#OO###O #14 COX XO#OX XO##O X14 DOXO#OXOOXO#O S S S S S S S Z Z Z Z ZFile Size: 1MB. I flip to the back, and look up its earliest root, "to rasp," and discover this comes from the old English for "a thread used in weaving," and bingo, that's it.

You can't keep pulling out the thread. You have to weave it in and then you have to go on weaving.” ― Abigail Thomas, A Three Dog Life. Choose from four styles of card weaving cards: LACIS: 25 laminated plastic card weaving cards,″ thick, /2″ square.

For card and tablet weaving. Virtually indestructible, will not tear while providing a smooth surface for manipulation of threads.

SCHACHT: 25 cardboard cards, ″ square. Holes are /8th” apart on center. All Smithsonian museums and Smithsonian Libraries locations continue to be closed to support the effort to contain the spread of COVID We are not announcing a re-opening date at this time and will provide updates on a regular and as-needed : nd.

Tablet weaving. Tablet Weaving also called card weaving i is a weaving technique where tablets or cards are used to create a gap, called a shed, through which a weft thread is passed. The technique is limited to narrow bands which can be used for belts, straps, or garment trim. The origins of this technique go back at least to the early Iron es have been found at Hochdorf in Germany.

: Card Weaving () by Crockett, Candace and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices/5(). With nothing more than colored yarn and simple cardboard squares, crafters can produce exquisitely patterned woven bands with this guide, which includes patterns for sturdy belts and camera straps, delicate silk trims and ties, creative wall art, and even hefty rugs and mats.3/5(1).

EASY CARD WEAVING BOOKMARK For this project, you will use eight cards and two colors of yarn, a light and a dark. EQUIPMENT You’ll need 8 Card Weaving cards, yarn, scissors, cards, and a belt shuttle.

It’s easiest to begin card weaving with a smooth, strong Size: KB. Card Weaving by Candace Crockett developed by Janis Saunders Assignment 1.

This study group originated from Compuserve's Fiberarts Forum. All you need is Candace Crockett's book Card Weaving, some 3/2 or 5/2 cotton, and at least 25 cards (tablets).By following the book and suggestions here, you will, depending on your level, learn to card weave and/or comprehend the technique so that you are.

3 Weaving Tools. There are a lot of useful weaving tools that can simplify and speed up the whole weaving process. Some examples include a warping board, yarn winder, beater, fringe twister, etc. Fortunately, the only tools that you really need to start inkle loom weaving is a good weaving shuttle.

Card weaving is inexpensive, portable, and as simple or complex as you want it to be. A B D C shed warp card woven band RESOURCES Card Weaving, by Candace Crockett A Tablet Weaver’s Pattern Book, by John Mullarkey, Marilyn Emerson Holtzer, Luise Hoffman, Bonnie White, and Jo Ann TreumannFile Size: KB.

Watson-Guptill Publications, New York. Some historical information, lots and lots of techniques. The most important card weaving book. Hansen, Egon. Tablet Weaving: History. Techniques.

Colours. Patterns. Books for Craftsmen, Inc. Petaluma CA. This book is a good source for advanced techniques and historical information.

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Aug 3, - Explore ketillolafsson's board "Card Weaving Patterns" on Pinterest. See more ideas about Card weaving, Weaving patterns and Weaving pins.

Card Weaving by Candace Crockett,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(). Book- Card Weaving by Cancace Crockett, Card Weaving Book, How to Cardweave, Tablet Weaving MielkesFiberArts 5 out of 5 stars (3,) $ There are weaving books for sale on Etsy, and they cost $ on average.

The most common weaving books material is cotton. The most popular color. You guessed it. This book has one of the best explanations of how to do card weaving that I have seen.

Crockett has you weaving within an hour or so after reading the directions. My only reservation concerns her instructions for winding the warp for the first project.

I would recommend that beginners start with a short warp to minimize tangling/5(). - This board is dedicated to all things tablet weaving including free projects, beautiful weaving to inspire, fun facts, great resources, and more!.

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See more ideas about Tablet weaving, Weaving and Card weaving pins. Tablet Weavers' International Studies & Techniques (TWIST) is a volunteer-run international organization for tablet weavers.

Also known as card weaving, tablet weaving can produce remarkably complex pieces, such as those displayed on this page, with very simple equipment: a pack of perforated cards.

Schacht Card/Tablet Weaving Cards (25/pkg) Card weaving is a fascinating ancient craft from Tibet, Eastern Europe and the Middle East. With our standard 4-hole cards and a small amount of yarn you can easily recreate historic patterns and draft contemporary designs.

Check out the card woven borders of Viking textiles - it's how they started the spacing of a large warp, by using individual strands for weft in a card weaving. Collingwood's book is the bible for the techniques.

Card Weaving (Book): Crockett, Candace: With nothing more than colored yarn and simple cardboard squares, crafters can produce exquisitely patterned woven bands with this guide, which includes patterns for sturdy belts and camera straps, delicate silk trims and ties, creative wall art, and even hefty rugs and mats.

Weaving with Silk - A Dozen Projects on Four and Eight Shafts - Best of Handwoven Yarn Series - eBook Printed Copy. Weaving with Silk is a collection of a dozen projects on both 4 and 8 shafts. Primarily scarves, these pa →more E • $ • in‑stock. Add to cart.Each Handwoven magazine features a collection of beautiful weaving projects and patterns that you can easily complete at home.

These patterns include step-by-step instructions from premier weaving experts that are easy to follow. Complete a few of these projects and your weaving skills will improve in no time. Use our weaver’s magazine to.I have another card weaving book that has very simple patterns, this one gives you much nicer patterns and shows a lot more of what card weaving can do.

I think it expands the "how to" a bit more than normal so you understand how card weaving works.