Tablet Weaving Card Made From Bone

Tablet weaving, also known as card weaving is found throughout the middle ages. Generally tablet weaving is used to create narrow weavings, such as belts or braid, but it can also be used for other purposes, such as finishing the edges of garments or as part of the weaving process in a warp weighted loom. As well as being used for flat weaving, tablets can also be used to weave a double layer or tube.

These tablets are made from bone and suitable for use at historic re-enactment or living history events, and great for LARP or SCA use.

Each tablet measures approximately 4cm by 4cm and is approximately 2.25mm in thickness. 

Price is for one card.