This tabletwoven band from Latvia is made using only two threads for the design. Thread a light color in hole A and a dark color in hole C. (Holes B and D remain empty.) The borders are threaded in one color in all four holes and are turned continuously forward. The design tablets must be turned two turns, which will bring the dark thread up; the direction is shown by the "white" arrows. Row 33 is the same as row 1. Draft and Photos Copyright2001 Inese Krumina

This tabletwoven band from Latvia is made using only two threads for the design. Thread a light color in hole A and a dark color in hole C. (Holes B…

ASpinnerWeaver: A Dozen Plain Weave Pattern Drafts

ASpinnerWeaver: A Dozen Plain Weave Pattern Drafts

telar maria - Buscar con Google

telar maria - Buscar con Google

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Inkle Weaving, Inkle Loom, Weaving Patterns, Greek Key, Shawls, Fiber Art, Stenciling, Crocheting, Weaving

Pichikemenkue con Anumka simbolo mapuche

Pichikemenkue con Anumka simbolo mapuche

Tutorial en español- Diseños con trama suplementaria

Tutorial en español- Diseños con trama suplementaria

SUPPLEMENTARY WEFT PATTERNS-the tutorial. You may remember these designs from a previous post on supplementary weft patterning. Now I am happy to present the promised tutorial on supplementary weft…

Diseño mapuche. El dibujo interior es del cosmos. Las líneas oblicuas y paralelas del tejido casi siempre centran otro dibujo. Gentileza Fun...

Diseño mapuche. El dibujo interior es del cosmos. Las líneas oblicuas y paralelas del tejido casi siempre centran otro dibujo. Gentileza Fun...

Significance of Mapuche Symbols

Significance of Mapuche Symbols

mapuche - cristina spagnolo - Álbumes web de Picasa

mapuche - cristina spagnolo - Álbumes web de Picasa

Durham Weaver: Band weaving with 5 pattern threads

Durham Weaver: Band weaving with 5 pattern threads

Artesanía en lana: abril 2011

Willodmawe Ñimin This design is an elaboration of arms in a hugging gesture, suggesting care and love. Other interpretations say it could relate to the figure of a snake, very important animal in the Mapuche culture.

Pichikemenküe con Külpuwe Ñimin Pichikemenküe significa tinaja o jarrón de greda en la cultura Mapuche. Las tinajas están representadas por los diamantes más pequeños. Los diseños fuera de los diamantes son külpe ñimin, que representan garfios.

Traditional Designs - The Chol-Chol Foundation

telares "Sapikuna ": trabajo en telar maría

telares "Sapikuna ": trabajo en telar maría

Nilataj

Nilataj

mapuche - cristina spagnolo - Álbumes web de Picasa

mapuche - cristina spagnolo - Álbumes web de Picasa

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