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Knitting early modern Europe: materials, manufacture and meaning

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Publications

Silk’ Hats from a Sheep’s Back. In: Bravermanová, M, Březinová, H, & Malcolm-Davies, J (eds) Archaeological textiles - links between past and present, NESAT XIII. Liberec: Archaeolingua 34.




Cutting edge technology: knitting in the early modern era “Cutting edge technology: knitting in the early modern era” in Tinley, L (ed), Crosscurrents: Land, Labor, and the Port, Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Symposium, Textile Society of America, Savannah, 19-23 October

Author(s): Malcolm-Davies, J
Published in: in Tinley, L (ed), Crosscurrents: Land, Labor, and the Port, Proceedings of the 15th Biennial Symposium, Textile Society of America, Savannah, 19-23 October 2017, 2017

‘He is of no account … if he have not a velvet or taffeta hat’: a survey of 16th century knitted caps.




Unravelling the confusions: Defining concepts to record accurately archaeological and historical evidence for knitting


Published in: ISSN 2245-7135

“Erasmus’ muts”


Published in: ISSN 1382-211X

An Early Modern mystery: A pilot study of knitting, napping and capping

Author(s): jane Malcolm-Davies
Published in: Archaeological Textiles Review, Issue 58, 2016, Page(s) 57-74, ISSN 2245-7135

“Shedding light with science: the potential for 21st century studies of 16th century knitting”

Author(s): Malcolm-Davies, J
Published in: Journal of Dress History, Issue 1, 2017, ISSN 2515-0995

“Handwerkgeheimen: Gebreide muts uit 16de-eeuws Dordrecht draagt bij aan internationaal onderzoek”

Author(s): Malcolm-Davies, J
Published in: Culthure, 2017, Page(s) 25-27

Tæt på Luthers hue

Author(s): Marie-Louise Nosch
Published in: Weekendavisen, Ideer, Issue september 15, 2017, ISSN 0106-4142