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Submitted by missbeckyohh43 on Mon, 05/06/2013 - 15:15
The books I am finding have very few patterns in them, and I am a eager beaver to do more. Does anyone know of a resource that has more tablet weaving (card weaving) patterns?
I'm not but there might be lots of information to be found through this organizationhttp://www.tabletweavers.org/
Do you have the Linda Hendrickson books? Also, I have one about brocade on tablet woven pieces which I adore, by Nancy Spies.
"How to Create Your Own Tablet Weaving Patterns"
He has downloadable software to figure out your own drafts.
Also, Robin & Russ put out a book on "Card Weaving"
I am checking them all out. I appreciate your input.
Thanks Sally- I had forgotten all about that website!