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Tablet woven wool.
No particular theory for those.
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Seccond attempt in making perfect dog leash.

Tablet woven coton. Adjustable lenght (1,5-3m), strong handle...should be enough.

I just found out I like making useful things :)
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Tablet woven belts in faded shades of autumn.
Just a WIP shot.
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Tama Drakar
Means tamed dragons in swedish. Theres a few dragon heads in there... Honestly, i had no idea what to call this one.

I havent measured it yet, but its at least 3 meters, in linen.

[Edit]
3m35 to be exact! It is now available to buy! :)
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Donnerswald
or The Thunder-Forest

Pattern from Guntram [link]

I took Blue Eternity for 28 cards and changed some colors, making this strange forest of twisted trees... or lightning bolts.
It about 2m15 long.
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Orange Horns
again :)

Own it here :) [link]
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New collection of wristbands - soon available in my shop
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another new wristband collection soon available in my shop.
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Think for some it might be interesting to see one of my tooling works before the coloring.
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The first card weaving with linen thread! Also practicing a braid weave I've wanted to learn for a long time. Isn't it the neatest?

Pattern from the Loomy Bin [link], third from the top.

Done with 22 cards, 1.29m long and 2 cm wide. =)
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A handmade, card woven reconstruction based on textile findings by Agnes Geijer in silk and gold. This band is 60 cm long and 1 cm wide, brocaded with real gold.

Birka is a famous viking age site in Sweden. Founded around the 8th century and abandoned in the 10th. It offers an unique insight into viking life and work, as it has been left undisturbed up until modern time.

For sale

My blog with some background and a close-up

Details:
Materials: 60/2 silk for the warp and gold wound around a silk core for the brocade
Time: 20 hours
Site: Birka (8th-10th century), I think this is Birka BIII (B3)
Number of cards: 23
Width: 1 cm
Length: 60 cm
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A commissioned reconstruction of an archaelogical finding in Trondheim from around the 11th century. Similar to the original, this has been done in silk and gold.


Materials: 60/2 reddish brown silk and flat gold wound around a silk core for brocading
Time period: viking (11th century)
Width: 9 mm
Length: 43 cm
Number of cards: 23
Time: 13 hours

More details can be found here.
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Few examples of my new penannular brooches, hairpins and pendants from this summer.
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More pendants what i soldered together from different brass/copper wires, plates and tubes etc. (Diameters are 35-45 mm)

Link to my first "round amulets" set: [link]
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All kind of pendants what i have been made in few past years. (2006-2008)
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viking
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Viking bag
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Viking Knife
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This piece is carved from a portion of on Elk antler near the end crown. The style and time period is tenth century byzantine. The vine work is freestanding ie its totally in the round, except for a couple of places to hold it in place the griffin on the side is undercut very deeply
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This is called the freyr pyxis it is done in a 10th century norse Mammen style out of Elk antler. The freyr on top is cast sterling silver.
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made from cow horn the coloration is the natural color of this horn!
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First try on a spoon based on the find of a spoon handle from the black earth on birka.
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Based on a find from the harbor region of hedeby. This time I used juniper wood, which was the wood the spoon has been carved from.
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from left to right
1.Unknown Australian Wood with amber eyes
2.Plum with brass eyes
3.Bog oak from hedeby with brass eyes
4.common juniper
5. Unknown Australian Wood with brass eyes
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An Opinel clasp-knife decorated in Borre style. The handle was handcarved with two knotwork bands. I call it Ulfr (it means wolf in old Norse) and this name is engraved on the handle in runes.
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A tafl board handpainted on slate.

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A bird closely linked with Celtic and Norse mythology, here you can see a raven like those represented in old Scandinavian brooches of sixth and seventh centuries.
Size: A4 sheet (81/8" x 11 3/4" of acid-free 250gr paper).
For auction on Ebay [link]
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I made this tablet-weaving board as a christmas gift for my girlfriend

took me around 10 hours

the longest par was the burning, made with a pirograph (she likes that Inca and precolombine Andean stuff )
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finished at last! (well... I started it like... on tuesday, it wasn't a loong wait xD)

well again, this is a viking bossed pennanular brooch, they were popular from like... 9th to 11th century in scandinavia and originated from the viking settlement's in ireland

I based this one on many actual hiberno-norse brooches from ireland but the filigree and granulation is more common in scandinavia itself (still... my filigree sucks and my granulation is not a lot better xD)


but I really liked how this one came out
I messed up several times there, but I still think it's my best piece so far (and by far xD)

emm
just that xD

ahh, yeah
100% handmade in silver
took me about 10 hours of work (distributed in 2 days)
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this is how the band looked while weaving.... for some reason it was backwards during all the weaving... :/
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