Here there be Dublin Dragons! | a tablet weaving reproduction from c. 950 A.D.

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It never ceases to amaze me just how detailed we can get when brocading while tablet weaving. This reproduction attempt was really fun to do! Although I am already brimming with more ideas for other projects.

Mervi Pasanen (@Swanmervi) on Instagram and her braiding tassels video – If you do not follow Mervi on Instagram already, you really should. They are one of the kindest and most wholesome people I know.

Annular brooch made by Teresa Lewoc


[1] Frances Pritchard, Crafting Textiles: Tablet Weaving, Sprang, Lace and Other Techniques From the Bronze Age to the Early 17th Century, 2021, Oxbow books, Oxford.


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