Here are some interesting illustrations from: Kaminska, Janina, and Adam Nahlik. Wlókiennictwo Gdanskie w X-XIII wieku. 1958. 261 p. illus. (part col.) 24 cm.Message 1 of 21 , Jan 4, 2011View SourceHere are some interesting illustrations from:
Kaminska, Janina, and Adam Nahlik. Wlókiennictwo
Gdanskie w X-XIII wieku. 1958. 261 p. illus.
(part col.) 24 cm. OCLC Number: 4794324, etc.
Summary in French and Russian
At 10:36 AM 1/4/2011, you wrote:
>On Wed, Dec 29, 2010 at 7:28 PM, Sean Powell
> > before? Has anyone built an authentic replica of a period loom before?
> > (15thC preferred) Does anyone have any pictures, books, plans, drawings,
> > concepts, or off-the wall hallucinations about building a period loom
> > that they would want to share? Does anyone think building a loom from
> > scratch is an incredibly silly idea? Does anyone think it would be
> > easier to build a spinning wheel instead?
>There's a Home Textile Tool Museum up in Orwell, PA that has a bunch
>of colonial era and later looms. Not medieval, but a lot older than
>one usually sees. These are massive looms made for weaving coverlets
>and such. Here is the museum website:
>. There is also a lovely old
>woodshop there that has a treadle lathe you might want to look at.
>My impression when I visited the museum was that it was underfunded
>and run by volunteers. If I were you, I would call ahead and try to
>make sure that the day you go there are guides there knowledgeable in
>the areas you are particularly interested in.
Im not usually one for machines but am working on my kitchen renovation so routers do come in handy...and I stumbled across theseMessage 2 of 21 , Jan 4, 2011View SourceIm not usually one for machines but am working on my kitchen renovation so routers do come in handy...and I stumbled across these
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