Tablet Weaving and Ply-Splitting Books, Tools & Kits
Tablet weaving sample with spaced-out warps
The warp (in the horizontal direction in this photo) is 10/2 perle cotton, spaced 4 tablets per inch in a reed. Wefts and structures (from left to right) are white mohair first in warp twining and then gauze weave, white wool boucle and then black wool singles in warp twining, and two unusual novelty yarns in gauze weave. The very fine mohair resulted in a very flat, slightly stiff fabric, the boucle is slightly stretchy, and the wool singles is quite stretchy and has a pleated effect. The entire sample is flexible and structurally stable.
Tablet Weaving Gallery
This page updated on June 18, 2013.