Tablet Weaver's Gallery 24 - Linda Hendrickson, USA
Warp-twining, with all tablets turned continuously in one direction, based on a traditional band from Telemark, Norway. Cotton and metallics.
Warp twining, with some tablets turned continuously in one direction, and some in the pattern area turned 4F, 4B. The Ram's Horn design from Anatolia. Wool.
Two-strand warp twining with plain weave borders. My technical reproduction of a band from Sumatra, Indonesia. Cotton.
Motifs of the Mamasa Toraja of Sulawesi, Indonesia, in the double-faced weave (3-span warp floats in alternate alignment) with warp-twined borders. Cotton.
A combination of regular warp-twining (striped areas) with two-layered warp twining (solid black or white areas), woven using the pasaka principle. This technique was developed by Peter Collingwood based on an Indonesian method for weaving such fabric. Cotton.
Two-hole Andean pebble weave (3-span warp floats alternating in pairs), a technique developed for tablets by Marijke van Epen. Warp-twined borders. Alpaca.
Two-hole Andean pebble weave with warp-twined borders. Cotton.
See more of Linda's work and her teaching schedule on her website.