Linda Hendrickson
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Tablet Weaving Gallery

Double-faced tablet-woven pangrams by Linda Hendrickson
Tablet weaving is an excellent technique for weaving letters. These original pangrams show the letter shapes in my book Please Weave a Message: Instructions and Graphs for Tablet-Woven Calligraphy. Click on any of the six bands below for details and larger views of the woven letters.

tablet-woven pangram by Linda Hendrickson with letters based on Legend

a tablet-woven pangram with letters based on Humanist Bookhand

a tablet-woven pangram with letters based on Italic

a tablet-woven pangram with letters based on Gill Sans

a tablet-woven pangram with letters based on Textura Quadrata

a tablet-woven pangram with letters based on Uncial


Other double-faced tablet-woven inscription bands by Linda Hendrickson






Double-faced tablet-woven band by Linda Hendrickson with traditional Persian designs

flower motif pigeons on flowers in vase vase with flowers peacock and tree of life motifs I found the graphs for these designs in Otfried Staudigel's book Tablet Weaving Magic. This book is a wonderful source of traditional Persian designs. These were found on bands known as "band-e-gondaq", translated as "diaper bands". In his book, Otfried states "...they were meant to hold the clothes of infants." Until the beginning of the 20th century "such bands were given on the occasion of a birth. Apart from the pictorial symbols, they contained wishes for the protection of the infant and mother. Text and pictures were separately framed by checkered arcades."

Tablet Weaving Magic includes information about each band, including where it currently resides.

Perle cotton, using 36 tablets in the double-faced design area and 12 tablets on each side for the warp-twined borders. 2-3/4" x 43" plus 6" fringe on each end, 2001.

Double-faced tablet-woven bands by Linda Hendrickson with traditional designs from Sulawesi, Indonesia

band with traditional motifs of the Mamasa Toraja band with traditional motifs of the Sa'dan Toraja

Double-faced tablet-woven band by Linda Hendrickson with designs inspired by African textiles

band with motifs from African textiles



Double-faced tablet-woven bookmarks by Linda Hendrickson

Three bookmarks featuring designs from my book Double-Faced Tablet Weaving: 50 Designs from Around the World.
10/2 perle cotton, with 48 tablets in the design area.


"The Triumph of Art", by Linda Hendrickson and Randy Rasmussen

My tablet weaving with sterling silver wire was made into art medals by Randy Rasmussen


Tablet-woven wire rain chain by Linda Hendrickson with hammered basin by Rebecca Melton

rain chain made from tablet-woven copper and brass wire with hammered brass basin

Tablet-woven jewelry by Linda Hendrickson

[tubular warp twining with beaded lizard pin] [tubular warp twined necklaces]

Tablet-woven reproduction by Linda Hendrickson of a 2-strand warp-twined band from Sumatra, Indonesia




Tablet weaving experiments by Linda Hendrickson

[Spaced-Out tablet weaving sample in fine worsted wool]
Tablet weaving experiments including using a reed to create soft fabrics, weave structures including gauze weave and basket weave, copper wire for both warp and weft, warp-twined double-cloth, and more.


Double-faced Alphabelts and Inscription Belts by Peter Collingwood






Remembering Peter Collingwood (1922-2008)

Tablet-Woven belt with Tibetan Designs by Tsering Yangzom

band with traditional Tibetan designs by Tsering Yangzom

Tablet-woven sazigyo from Burma (Myanmar)




Tablet-woven Bakhtiyari band from Iran, woven in 3/1 broken twill


This well-used tablet-woven band was sent to me from Tehran, Iran in May 2002.


19th century tablet-woven Bakhtiyari tent band and horse head-dress (collection of Fred Mushkat)

Bakhtiyari headdress detail Bakhtiyari headdress detail



Tablet-woven bands and a horse cinch collected on a trip to Turkey, 2003




Tablet-woven brocaded dagger belt from Yemen (collection of Marta Colburn)

dagger and tablet-woven belt from Yemen brocaded band woven in Yemen in 2002


Tablet-woven bag purchased at a United Nations fair in Portland, Oregon

[bag from Nepal, front view] [bag from Nepal, back view] Tablet-woven bag in warp twining and the double-faced weave, possibly woven by Tibetan refugees in Nepal.



Tablet Weaving Adventure to England and Holland, 1998





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This page updated on May 28, 2013.