Tekstilteknologi i yngre jernalder og vikingetid - Nationalmuseet
970 C. Fragments interpreted as the decorative ends of a cloak fastening band. Purple silk, stuffed with blue wool. Tablet braid in silk, gold and silver thread. Decorative panel in nalbinding with gold and silver thread.
Researched article: Loop fragments on tortoiseshell brooches in Grave at Hopperstad in Vik, Sogn og Fjordane
The Hedeby cap fragment. It was recovered from the upper layers in a well, has been reasonably identified as part of a cap. The preserved section measures x The cap was probably in use for a long time, as the fragment is very worn on both sides.
Have you not heard of the Klappenrock? Original Caption:"Viking Museum Haithabu - the infamous bathrobe coat" from Hedeby
Textile fragment dated to Viking Age, found at Björkö, Adelsö, Uppland
Detail of a Mammen textile & cuff "Om Mammen-Fundet" in Aarboger for Nordisk…
Research paper Viking Women: Underdress By Hilde Thunem (hilde (Last updated March Fragment of showing the structured linen weave
Køstrup smokkr, fragment Page contains a collation of sources about the viking aprondress / smokkr along with interpretation
Swedish museum, beautiful example of the fabric loops the brooches used to hold up the hanggerok. Found by Ffride
Haithabu Textile fragment - sleeve photo by Tom Nordulf
Textile Fragment Viking Uppland
Fabric of the shirt fragments in close-up, Source: Inga Hägg, the textile finds from the port of Hedeby
2 slightly collapsed oval brooches with large textile remnants of the needles.