My collection of helpful online book links, postings and sources,…:
Filum Aureum newsletter of the West Kingdom Needleworkers Guild
– the Filum Aureum newsletter featured my Klosterstich work in the A.S. XLIII Winter issue. This is a very nice newsletter which is featuring medieval embroidery techniques – very nicely made and informative.
Online: Filum Aureum archive
you can take a look through the “articles about embroidery” here:
Online: Articles about (period) embroidery
Thesis about frilled veils by Isis Sturtewagen
– btw. this thesis about frilled veils contains some museum photos taken by me
Online: “Een gouwen rync ende een ransse” : de gerimpelde hoofddoek in het modelandschap van de Lage Landen der late middeleeuwen : een interdisciplinaire studie by Isis Sturtewagen
The link includes a link (see e-Location) where you can download her thesis – though it is not in English, it still contains many pictures and great information – definitely worth a look!
More about frilled veils: Isis postings on the blog Medieval Silkwork about her frilled veil adventures – <here>
Other useful book reviews
Useful pages if you are searching for a rare book
I know how difficult it can be to find uncommon or rare books – here are some pages which I have considered to be very helpful for this matter:
I will add more book-links for you soon.