Weaving Bands & Tapes

Posted by Tropical Twister under Eye Candy , Projects , Rigid Heddle , Tape Looms , Techniques 
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Quoting from a fellow fiber blogger:

“You can use Google to translate the page into English (or another language). If you go to the Google search page, on the right hand side of the box you type search words in, you can click on “language tools”. OR google for “Anneliese” and “Bandweben” and click the “translate this page” option that is give to the right of the search result.

This site is great eye candy, but even better translated, I have learnt a lot from Anneliese’s web pages, and I’ve mail ordered her books from Handweaver’s Studio, so eagerly waiting for them to arrive.”

I tried it; IT WORKS! For a translated version of the German site:


And for a translated version of a Swedish site CLICK HERE.

Tropical Twister


4 Responses to “Weaving Bands & Tapes”

  1. Dot says, November 6th, 2009 at 4:25 pm

    I thought you’d enjoy that! 😉

  2. Tropical Twister says, November 7th, 2009 at 12:21 am

    Made me a happy camper! Now if I could only figure out where to find one of those Henning Band Looms. LOL

  3. Pam says, December 29th, 2009 at 7:49 am

    Tropical Twister, have you looked at the Gilmore inkle loom and available accessories, including harnesses? I own one and love it, and when I saw the pic of the Henning loom, thought there was some resemblance. Good luck in your search!

  4. Tropical Twister says, December 29th, 2009 at 4:44 pm

    The Henning Loom is actually a small Swedish Draw Loom. They look similar but work differently.

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