Tablet weaving, also called card weaving, uses a set of cards (often square, sometimes other shapes) with holes typically in the corners of the cards. The warp is threaded through these holes strategically, and designs are created by turning the cards in different directions. Although you don’t technically need a loom for tablet weaving—just a place to anchor your warp—many weavers use inkle, band, backstrap, or even rigid-heddle looms.
Explore tablet weaving with the articles, projects, and patterns in this category.
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Looking for a weaving technique you can take just about anywhere? Try tablet weaving!
If you like to read, you’ll love the 2022 Winter issue of Easy Weaving with Little Looms, dedicated to books and reading.
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This incredible tablet-woven plant hanger only looks complicated.
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