A weaver’s tablet is a small card with holes, used to separate warp threads in a hand loom. The Society’s default form is more fully blazoned a “square weaver’s tablet”, with four holes arranged two and two. The artifact is ancient, with archaeological finds dating from at least the 9th Century [Peter Collingwood, The Techniques of Tablet Weaving, 1982, pp.14-16]; but it doesn’t appear to have been used in period armory. For related charges, see delf, die.
Thora Sharptooth bears: Gules, three square weaver’s tablets in bend Or.
Ciorstan MacAmhlaidh bears: Quarterly sable and argent, a square weaver’s tablet lozengewise counterchanged.
Astrid Olafsdotter bears: Vert, in cross four square weaver’s tablets bendwise argent.