Arabella De Mere

Tablet Weaving

Double-Faced Hair Wraps for Elevation of Aurelia

Originally posted on personal Facebook account on 8/13/2020. Since it has now been seen publicly… I am very happy to have be

Birka-22 Inspired Metallic Brocade Trim

Originally posted on personal Facebook account 1/26/2020. Now that it has been publicly seen… (Delayed) DING!!!!My latest pr

Double-Faced Ermine Trim

My current project is double-faced ermine trim for my husband’s eventual “coif of maintenance”. I’m se

Monochromatic Double-Twist Apprentice Belt

Since it has been given and now publicly seen…. This was my most recent big project. It is an apprentice belt for my dea

Bathilde de Chelles Band

This is my attempt to recreate a tablet-woven band found in the tomb of Queen Bathilde.

Monochromatic Twist Patterned Apprentice Belt

About the Band: This past Pennsic I had a discussion with my Laurel about our student-Laurel relationship.  She asked if

Brocaded Belt for the Coronation of Queen Vienna

This belt was designed for the occasion of the coronation of Their Majesties Wilhelm and Vienna of the East Kingdom.  Wit

Modified Snartemo V Inspired Band

Hello! Today I’m making my modified pattern for a band inspired by Snartemo V available for anyone who would like to use

Midrealm Largesse Project

I was asked to weave something as largesse for TRM of the Midrealm, from the East. Their personas are 10/11th cent. Swede. So

Silk and Metallic Thread Brocaded Band – Detail from the Royal Mantle of Roger II of Sicily

This is my attempt at recreating the tablet-woven band used as trim on the bottom edge of the Royal Mantle made for King Roger

Snartemo V Band

Snartemo and Snartemo V Grave Findings The Snartemo V band was found in a late 6th century gravesite outside of Snartemo, Norw

Brocade Tablet Weaving Basics

Hi there!  Due to requests that I’ve received at Pennsic, I’ve made my class handout for Brocade Tablet Weaving B

Silk and Metallic Thread Brocaded Band

This piece is a brocaded band created in a similar style to the grave findings at Birka dating from the 9th and 10th centuries

Hallstatt 3 Band

General Description This is a tablet-woven band which uses a missing hole technique where the center cards in the pattern are