Content. 204 p
Foreword by Thor Ewing. Foreword by Lars Erik Narmo. Introduction.
The archaelogical material.
The Textile Tools.: he warp-weighted loom. The Fabric. Bobbins. Wool Combs and Drop Spindles. Tabletweaving. Nålebinding. Natural Coloring.
Dresses for woman: The Long Shift. The Suspended Dress. Frontpiece to the Suspended Dress. Dress with Side Gusset. Dress with side and middle gusset . Coat. The Cape
Garments for gentlemen: The Shirt/Tunic. Tunic with added Sleeve. The Skjoldehamn Garment. Coat with Diagonal Closing. Trousers. The Trousers. Leggings. Loincloth. The Cloak. Kilt . Hood.
Childrens clothing: Long Shift. Shift/Tunic. The Apron Dress. Trousers . Hood.
Tablet weaving. Bobbin braid. Natural Dyeing .
Sewing Technique :The side gusset. The middle gusset. The Herjolfsnes gusset. Square sleeve gusset. The triangular gusset in a sleeve. Neck edge. The Hedeby sleeve. Neck slit reinforcement. Straps. Adjustment of the lower edge. Sew on bobbin braids. Attach tablet woven b raid. Old seams.
Measure form. Pattern diagrams. Photo Index. Litteratur.