Horn Weaving Card - 4,5 cm

Art.Nr.: 17 BWB Horn
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Medieval horn weaving card
Medieval horn weaving card
Medieval weaving card of horn
Medieval weaving card of horn
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Medieval horn weaving card with five holes.

Handcrafted weaving card made of water buffalo horn based on models from the Viking Age and the Middle Ages.

The medieval horn weaving card is made from a single piece of horn and carefully smoothed.

The dimensions of the weaving card are 4.5 x 4.5 cm, with five holes of 5 mm diameter.

Towards the sides, the thickness of the medieval weaving card decreases from 2 mm in the middle to 1 mm at the sides.
This means that the individual weaving cards only rest in the middle and slide very nicely over each other, which simplifies handling and also reduces the weight.

Weaving cards were already commonly used by the Germanic tribes for board weaving and were also used by the Vikings until the Middle Ages. There are several finds of such historical weaving boards from the Middle Ages.

In card weaving, a narrow band is woven with a larger or smaller number of cards, hence the name card weaving.
By twisting the weaving cards together in a certain way, an almost infinite number of different patterns are possible.
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Medieval horn weaving card with five holes.

Handcrafted weaving card made of water buffalo horn based on models from the Viking Age and the Middle Ages.

The medieval horn weaving card is made from a single piece of horn and carefully smoothed.

The dimensions of the weaving card are 4.5 x 4.5 cm, with five holes of 5 mm diameter.

Towards the sides, the thickness of the medieval weaving card decreases from 2 mm in the middle to 1 mm at the sides.
This means that the individual weaving cards only rest in the middle and slide very nicely over each other, which simplifies handling and also reduces the weight.

Weaving cards were already commonly used by the Germanic tribes for board weaving and were also used by the Vikings until the Middle Ages. There are several finds of such historical weaving boards from the Middle Ages.

In card weaving, a narrow band is woven with a larger or smaller number of cards, hence the name card weaving.
By twisting the weaving cards together in a certain way, an almost infinite number of different patterns are possible.
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