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Técnica del torzal de pares alternos usados en el envoltorio textil

Técnica del torzal de pares alternos usados en el envoltorio textil

Técnica del torzal de pares alternos utilizada en el fragmento textil ubicado a la altura   del estómago

Técnica del torzal de pares alternos utilizada en el fragmento textil ubicado a la altura del estómago

Handwoven Tapestry with the Martha Stewart Loom Kit - a great tutorial showing the versatility of the loom.

How I use my Martha Stewart knitting and weaving loom kit for more than potholders and hats!

Técnica del torzal simple   utilizada en el envoltorio de junco

Técnica del torzal simple utilizada en el envoltorio de junco

MEGA TEXTILES DE PARACAS – PERÚ (800 a.C.) Se demostró que el Mega-telar manual mecánico de la civilización Paracas, fue capaz de dibujar y bordar mantos de hasta 20 metros de largo, ya que estás pruebas físicas se encuentran hoy en los museos peruanos; se tejían con tal precisión que gozan hasta el día de hoy de muchos récords mundiales, y se sospecha del uso de una primitiva xilografía, ya que según los investigadores resulta casi imposible creer que todo se hiciera a cálculo de mano, ya…

MEGA TEXTILES DE PARACAS – PERÚ (800 a.C.) Se demostró que el Mega-telar manual mecánico de la civilización Paracas, fue capaz de dibujar y bordar mantos de hasta 20 metros de largo, ya que estás pruebas físicas se encuentran hoy en los museos peruanos; se tejían con tal precisión que gozan hasta el día de hoy de muchos récords mundiales, y se sospecha del uso de una primitiva xilografía, ya que según los investigadores resulta casi imposible creer que todo se hiciera a cálculo de mano, ya…

TurkoTek Discussion Forums - About Kurdish Rugs. Here are drawings of three of the several textile constructions found in carbonized form at Catal Huyuk. These are from Harald Burnham’s report, “Catal Huyuk: The Textiles and Twined Fabrics, Anatolian Studies, 15, 1965, pp. 169-174. Shows the heading cord construction that indicates the likely presence and use of a warp-weighted loom for a darned fabric.

TurkoTek Discussion Forums - About Kurdish Rugs

Zili is a supplementary-weft weaving technique used exclusively in Anatolia, and is a type of float weave commonly used for tents, cushions, sacks, and mats. It has a rough appearance, covering the entire surface of the material with a distinctive effect that resembles cording and runs parallel to the warps. The extra wefts are wrapped around the warps, usually in a ratio of 2:1, 3:1, or 5:1. After the line is complete, the extra wefts are applied and pulled tight.

Zili is a supplementary-weft weaving technique used exclusively in Anatolia, and is a type of float weave commonly used for tents, cushions, sacks, and mats. It has a rough appearance, covering the entire surface of the material with a distinctive effect that resembles cording and runs parallel to the warps. The extra wefts are wrapped around the warps, usually in a ratio of 2:1, 3:1, or 5:1. After the line is complete, the extra wefts are applied and pulled tight.

Zili is a supplementary-weft weaving technique used exclusively in Anatolia, and is a type of float weave commonly used for tents, cushions, sacks, and mats. It has a rough appearance, covering the entire surface of the material with a distinctive effect that resembles cording and runs parallel to the warps. The extra wefts are wrapped around the warps, usually in a ratio of 2:1, 3:1, or 5:1. After the line is complete, the extra wefts are applied and pulled tight.

Zili is a supplementary-weft weaving technique used exclusively in Anatolia, and is a type of float weave commonly used for tents, cushions, sacks, and mats. It has a rough appearance, covering the entire surface of the material with a distinctive effect that resembles cording and runs parallel to the warps. The extra wefts are wrapped around the warps, usually in a ratio of 2:1, 3:1, or 5:1. After the line is complete, the extra wefts are applied and pulled tight.