Posted in Tablet weaving, weaving Tags: tablet weave, tutorial, warp-weighted loom, weaving
Posted in Tablet weaving Tags: silk, silkwork, tablet weave, weaving
Posted in Anglo Saxon, costume, embroidery, finished, laid and couched work, noah's ark, re enactment, Tablet weaving, weaving Tags: Anglo-Saxon, Apocalypse, Beatus, c10th, construction, costume, couching, embroidery, finished, gold brocaded tablet, gold brocaded tablet weave, laid and couched, medieval, medieval embroidery, natural dye, needlework, Noah's Ark, reconstruction, split stitch, stem stitch, tablet weave, weaving, wool
Posted in embroidery, Labours of the Months project, Tablet weaving Tags: c13th, elizabethan, embroidery, labours of the month, medieval, medieval embroidery, silk, silkwork, tablet weave, weaving, wool
Posted in Tablet weaving Tags: c17th, silk, tablet weave, weaving
Posted in museum work, Tablet weaving, weaving Tags: Anglo-Saxon, finished, Kirkleatham, museum, tablet weave, warp-weighted loom, weaving, wool
This blog is solely for textiles, with a little bit of silversmithing now and then, and will mainly be for my historical stuff.
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My interests range from ancient greek to tudor periods, and I tend to be an artisan rather than an academic - not that I don't do research, I just prefer getting my hands dirty.
I dye, spin, weave, sew and embroider, and have been doing so for several decades...
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