The Norwegian Textile Letter is a free online quarterly publication that covers – as the name suggests – a wide variety of Scandinavian textile arts. Both the current issue and previous issues dating back to 1994 are available online as pdfs, and they make for fascinating reading.
The current issue is part one of a two-parter (part two publishes on Aug 22nd) that covers the Danskbrogd technique for weaving coverlets. This technique is defined both by its originating location (Vest Agder, Norway) and by the geometric patterns that are woven in widthwise. Danskbrogd, A Rich Heritage from a Small Area is the first article in part one, and includes a good overview including some lovely exemplars. The last picture they include is of a modern design featuring honeycomb and bees.
I have some warp in a warp chain. I need to get it on a loom and play with it.