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Weft threads, similarly, appear to have been kept within a very narrow range of 4–10 weft threads per cm. Although there are small numbers of outlying textiles, with greater or lesser numbers of warp and weft threads, the focal concentration of warp and weft thread counts within these narrow bounds stands out in sufficiently stark contrast to earlier Viking Age and later, post-medieval Icelandic thread count patterns do suggest that medieval Icelanders were weaving woollen cloth to quasi-industrialised standards in households all over Iceland.
Still the spinning is the least time consuming – also combing and preparations of the wool take time. As for weaving, around 70 cm of cloth per day on the vertical loom is regarded as a reasonable estimate. To produce a cloth of medium thread counts, c. 70 × 70 cm – a day’s work – around 1680 m of spun wool was needed,16 giving an idea of the time consuming process of supplying enough yarn for the loom. The amount of wool required for producing two sets of the clothes of the period, one male and one female, has been estimated to Hoffmann 1964.
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