HNW - Tablet weaving
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Mon Mar 19 09:15:32 PST 2001
Ecclesiastical Pomp and Aristocratic Circumstance
At 07:42 AM 03/19/2001 -0600, you wrote:
>There is a book called Eccleisiastic Pomp (or something like that - someone
>borrowed my copy) that has lots of these kinds of patterns. The author is
>Nancy Spies. I can forward your request to her and she can tell you where
>to get a copy.
>At 07:53 AM 3/19/01 -0500, you wrote:
>>I'm new to the list, and have just been lurking a bit. I'm really
>>interested in learning how to do tablet weaving - but only the kind where
>>pictures, letters, etc., are created - dark and light patterning? I've
>>spun a ton of silk, and would like to do something other than needlework
>>or lace for which I've used it in the past. Years ago, I got a kit that
>>contained some tablets and a book by Candace Crockett, which I just
>>recently opened, and tried the first band. No problems with it, but not
>>what I want to do. When I looked farther on in the book, I did see some
>>explanation for the dark and light patterning, but it is a bit
>>confusing. I've looked at some web sites, but haven't found anything that
>>really shows one what to do. I think I need to see a pattern - with
>>instructions - where pictures and or letters appear. If I can do it once
>>with a pattern, I think I'll have it.
>>Does anyone know where I might find such information?
>>Any help will be greatly appreciated.
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>Unfortunately common sense isn't.
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