Weber Ding

by Aeolien

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Inspired by one of my hobbies. I'm working on another one or two items to add later this week. A- shuttle B- rigid heddle C- ball of yarn D- rigid heddle E- weaving needle E- temple G- lease hook H- stone weight I- tapestry beater J- reed K- stick shuttle L- tapestry bobbin M- weaving needle N- reed hook O- shed sticks P- quill Q_ weight R- rug shuttle S- weaving card T- heddle U- raddle V- latch hook W- threading hook X- bobbin Y- band weave shuttle Z- netting shuttle a- reed b- cone of yarn c- ski shuttle
Info: Created on 14th October 2014 . Last edited on 26th October 2014.
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Interesting collection of tools!
Comment by four 15th October 2014
Thank you four :) It is an interesting hobby :)
Comment by Aeolien 18th October 2014
Congratulations! FontStruct Staff have deemed your FontStruction worthy of special mention. “Weber Ding” is now a Top Pick.
Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 24th October 2014
What a lovely surprise, very unexpected, I'm speechless! Thank you Mr.Meek and FS :)
Comment by Aeolien 24th October 2014
Congrats, dear Aeolien! Ever it's very grateful see dingbat fonts here.
Comment by elmoyenique 24th October 2014
Thank you elmo :) Designing dingbats makes a nice change after hours of work on letters. Some of those shapes inspire me to make a new 'text font'.
Comment by Aeolien 24th October 2014
Seeing your G glyph I've recognized something like a handcraft needle that we use in Spain to make surprising works with cotton yarn called "Tapetes de ganchillo" (something like "Hook-needle's mats". I add a sample. I'm right?
Comment by elmoyenique 25th October 2014
Comment by elmoyenique 25th October 2014
Wow elmo, that is a beautiful item! We call the tool 'crochet hook' and the work is simply called 'crochet'. My 'G' looks similar to your hooks IRL, imagine it stamped out of a very thin strong metal sheet; it doesn't have that bulbous head before narrowing into a notch. My 'V' is also not quite like a crochet hook, it is more like the needle you find on a knitting machine, but of thicker metal and has a thick handle to make pulling the yarn through the carpet base.
Comment by Aeolien 25th October 2014
A well deserved TP for some excellent artwork.
Comment by p2pnut 26th October 2014
Your knowledgable comment pleases me very much, p2p Thank you
Comment by Aeolien 29th October 2014

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