This season, our weaving study group topic is Scandinavian Weaving. Krobragd is a boundweave structure that is usually woven on 3 harnesses, using a point twill with pickup draft. This resulting weave has floats on one side and a tighter weave on the other. Danish, Norwegian, Swedish versions are similar but there remains some distinct difference in the design patterns. Historically, these weavings served a functional purpose, and only the wealthy used them exclusively for decoration. My limited knowledge is showing. All I really understand is they are awe inspiring, whether a wall hanging, a rug or a coverlet. In early December, Dorothy, one of our weavers, completed this marvelous piece of Krobragd.