"Attached to the apron is a narrow inkle-woven band, which wraps around and is tied or buckled in front with the ends hanging down. It finishes the waistline like a sash, and has a design woven into it. Similar sashes are woven and worn by many of the peoples of Northern Europe."
Wall | VK
medieval and tudor board Medieval image of tablet weaving loom- later period but still informative
Digitalt Museum - Mønster fra strikket silketrøye funnet i graven til Christian IV´s barn Maria Catharina, død 1628. Begynnelsen av 1600-tallet, Danmark.
Post loom - Mogh Roith Living History Group
Band 1933. Sverige, Uppsala, Upplandsmuseet, hemslöjden i Uppsala Län.
card weaving bracelet
The Loomatic Location: Hampshire, United Kingdom
Books on Latvian Knitting and textile traditions - part 3
Bringeduk brodert på stramei. Foto Vibeke Hjønnevåg