Tapestries are timeless pieces of art that have been woven for centuries by indigenous tribes in the Americas and the United States. The thread from which these tapestries are created is woven into colorful patterns to create incredible art pieces.


Tapestries are crafted using a variety of threads from various cultures. Examples of tapestries include Native American patterns, Celtic art, and Dutch tapestries. When making a tapestry there are several steps involved in the process. These steps include cutting, weaving, and finishing the tapestry.

Native American Tapestries are made using very few threads from Mexico, Central America, and Canada. These threads are often woven from wild cotton, which is often kept alive in the environment.

Japanese tapestries are produced using threads from Japan and Korea. In addition to using native thread, these tapestries are often made from silk and other synthetic materials.

Belgian tapestries were created using a variety of threads. A good example of this type of tapestry is the Nana tapestry. These tapestries are beautifully detailed and portray the life of a young boy.

Tapestry designs were often designed by hand and the tapestry was finished using a variety of methods. These methods included spindle spinning, gluing, and filigree and are typically used on patterns that include abstract and detailed designs.

European tapestries, and Irish tapestries, were often created using a variety of threads. Tapestry designs are often created by hand and finished using a variety of methods. These methods include spindle spinning, gluing, and filigree.

The olden days of tapestry designs used coarse thread with wooden frames. If you go to museums, you can see some of these designs. Although modern tapestries use much less thread, they still portray wonderful designs and unique art pieces.

Tapestry designs and patterns can be created with your own creativity. You can take your favorite part of the world and create a tapestry from it.

Many of the most beautiful tapestries date back to over 1000 years ago. Some of the most beautiful tapestries were created in Europe and are currently housed in museums around the world.