- This is where I first learned about Sprang. The site owner has many different interesting crafts on her site with tutorials and pictures.
- Carol James teaches Sprang and other weaving, she has lots of pictures and links. She also has some sprang patterns, though they are not easy to get to. Click on Instruction along the left and under it will be a link to patterns.
- More of Sprang for reenacting, but still very helpful tutorial and pictures.
- More advanced techniques from the same site.
- A short tutorial, but mostly I like her gallery of Sprang projects, very inspiring! Be sure to click on the English version of the site on the right hand side.
- Not very familiar with her site, but I really like her videos (see below).
- Fantastic videos on sprang. Short and to the point.
An interesting article on the Sprang hairnets in the Katoen Natie Collection, from Egypt. High quality photographs of select hairnets with accompanying illustrations of the pattern of threads. Basic overview of the Sprang.
Not sure when this article was written, but seems maybe from before Sprang began to make a comeback (however small). A few photographs, mostly a narrative on trying to identify Sprang.
Not a terribly informative book, since it’s in Dutch (or possibly German, I’m not sure), but there are a few interesting photographs of Sprang being worked.
Second half of the above book. Many more photographs of sprang; different patterns and articles of clothing.