On this page you can find so-called threaded-in patterns. Sometimes such patterns are also called warp-twined patterns but this expression seems to be confusing as warp-twining is also a characteristic of other techniques of tablet weaving. The expression threaded-in pattern is used here as the threading of the tablets (position and threading direction of threads) with regular turning (e.g. 4 turns forward / 4 turns backwards) creates the pattern. In more complex patterns groups of tablets are turned in different directions. The more complex patterns are divided into two groups here:
All patterns shown on this page are available in GTT file format (Guntram's Tabletweaving Thingy) and can be downloaded on its detail page. A collection of all patterns of this page is also available as a zipped file of GTT files (Click on download graphic on the right).