Thank you very much.
Is it a silly question to ask how many cards you used to achieve your design?
I'm not knowleable about the subject, yet!
Thank you. I used 56 tablets for the pattern and 6 tablets on each side of the pattern for selvages.
I was at the Minneapolis Textile Center library this morning where I met Keith, who teaches tablet weaving there. Of course, I was in the tablet weaving section, and he was looking for more band weaving books. We had a great chat, and lamented that their library doesn't have a copy of your new book yet. I hope he pops onto Weavolution and takes a peek at this project — stunning, as ALWAYS!
SIGH. That is just beautiful.
I have not sent my book to any Library yet. It has only been published for a couple of month so maybe a lot of people are not aware of it yet.
Just stunning, wonderful!
This is great Inge!
Well, the members of Weavolution just got the inside scoop on it then!
Are you selling in through your website? Will you be at any upcoming conferences where it can be purchased (...and autographed? ;-)
What a great design! Love it!
Yes, I guess Weavolution got the inside scoop on it. I have also mentioned it on Facebook. Yes, I am selling it through my website. More information at: http://www.ingedam.net/book.html I can sign it before I send it out. I will be at Florida Tropical Weavers Guild March 14-16, 2014.
I have long admired your weaving online and will be purchasing your book. As a novice tablet weaver I am curious as to the fibre that you used...silk? Thanks for the sharing...and the inspiration.
Thank you. I just looked at your bands they are very very nice. You don't look like you are a novice tablet weaver. The materials I used was 30/2 linen (white),18/2 merino wool (blue), and 10/2 mercerized cotton (red).
Thank you for the comments.
Thank you. I appriciate you saying that.
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