Arts and Sciences - general links
- Atlantian A&S Links - Texteils & Textile art
- Arts and Sciences of the Middle Ages and Renaissance
- Cockatrice, Lochac Quartarly Arts & Sciences Magazine
- Jomsborg - Norse arts and sciences
- Lochac Guilds Guide
- Fabric names from Medieval period
Beading & Jewellery
- Glass and Amber - Anglo-Saxon and Viking Crafts - Bead making - Regia Anglorum
- A Viking Pendant Necklace - Caryl de Trecesson - SCA Documentation Viking Pendant Necklace
- Medieval beadwork on clothing (Information pages)
- The Medieval Beadwork Page
- A Simple Method of One-Pot, Multi-Color Dyeing - From Straw Into Gold, directions for using acid wool dyes on protein fibers.
- Colouring fabrics and other materials
- Dyes and Dating Caucasian Weavings - An article by Steven Price, describing how dyes help determine when a rug was woven.
- Dyes and Dyeing: Clothing of the Ancient Celts
- Dye History from 2600 BC to the 20th Century - An impressive historical list of dyeing through the ages.
- NATURAL DYEING: very basic instructions
- Natural dyeing to 1600’s - Anne Liese's Fibers and Stuff
- Urine, fleece and natural dyes: All fiber arts - the use of urine in washing wool and dyeing or yarns.
Weaving & Textiles
- Anne Wanner's Textiles in History.
- Basic Tablet Weaving
- Finger Loop Braiding - Sample from a Fifteenth-Century Manuscript
- Card Weavers' Pattern Library
- Inkle Weaving - Photos, Patterns, Resources
- Atlantian Embroiderers' Guild
- Blackwork Embroidery - Original Blackwork Patterns Inspired by Historical Sources
- Dark Age Stitch types - Viking and Saxon Stitches
- Embroidery and Needlework - Links
- Historial needlework resources - needlework/embroidery and its techniques.
- In prayse of the needle - historical needlework.
- Medieval Embroidery - Some Charted Examples By Joyce Miller - Handstitching
- Medieval / Renaissance Embroidery Homepage - Top Level Page
- The Elizabethan Practical Companion Blackwork Gallery
- A book of Old Embroidery (scanned book)
- The West Kingdom Needleworkers Guild