> I need a good source for 9-10th Cent. Norse garb for both male and
The Hurstwic site has a good intro to the topic, with excellent
photos of reenactors in Norse garb <http://www.hurstwic.org/history/
Mistress Þóra Sharptooth's Viking Resources for Re-enactors <http://
www.cs.vassar.edu/~capriest/vikresource.html> is the place to go for
well-researched overviews with citations. "An Archaeological Guide
to Viking Men's Clothing" and "A Quick and Dirty Look at Viking
Women's Garb in the Ninth and Tenth Centuries" would be the ones to
> I prefer simple line drawing type pictures for making patterns from.
MIstress Þóra's "Viking Tunic Construction" and "A sketch of the
apron-dress (Trägerrock) pattern I use" both include line drawings.
The kit guides for The Vikings! <http://www.vikingsonline.org.uk/
resources/authenticity/basickit/index.htm> and Regia Anglorum <http://
regia.org/members/basclot.htm> have illustrations and instructions
designed to guide new re-enactors in the construction of Norse
clothing from the Viking Age.
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