As I started the survey of the various titles I have on hand, I
realized that I should probably broaden my focus to various narrow-ware looms
that I find. So far, it seems to be in four categories: a classic
box loom shape, a high-castle tape-type loom, a simple rigid heddle arrangement
on a floor stand, and upright narrow tapestry-type arrangements that seem to be
for more elaborate tapes. I decided that a collection of all of them might
be of more use to everyone, so I'm including them all.
Resources The Book of Tapestry: History and Technique.
Pierre Verlet, et al, dist. by The Viking Press, New York, 1978. Inkle. Evelyn Neher, Connecticut, 1974. Daily Life in the Middle Ages. Clara and Richard Winston, American
Heritage Publishing, New York, 1975. Die Deutschen Gemälde, des 16. und 17.
Jahrhunderts. Hermann Böhlaus, Die
Deutsche Bibliothek, 1996.