The cover of Peter Collingwood's "The Techniques of Tablet Weaving" features the pattern of a Kivrim. This type of patterns is found on Anatolian belts. The technique is explained on page 112.
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|2||Fancy Question Mark. Photo.|
|3||The pattern even shows in black and white.|
|4||Looks familiar? See how it is done.|
|5||A photo of this weaving can be seen in the Weavers's Hand gallery.|
|6||Another section of the same belt. It was woven by Jared Fine when he was a student of the tenth grade weaving class of the San Francisco Waldorf High School.|
|7||Using black and white as outlines creates a three dimensional effect.|
|8||Same turning sequence as pattern #1, however using different colors to create a different effect. Photo.|