The 2018 issue of the Archaeological Textiles Review
celebrates the archaeology and history of knitting with articles devoted to extant evidence from the Early Modern era and proposes a new protocol and terminology for the scientific recording of it. To order your copy, please visit the subscription
Malcolm-Davies, J (2019) Knitting comes of age: the development of a scientific approach to the study of knitwork. In Conservar Património: Studies in Historical Textiles
, available at: http://revista.arp.org.pt/pdf/2018034.pdf
Malcolm-Davies, J & Mearns, R (2018) Investigating 16th century knitting with citizen science: An archaeological experiment into fleece and fulling. In Archaeological Textiles Review, 60, 83-99.
Malcolm-Davies, J – ed (2018) Archaeological Textiles Review (The knitwork issue), 60, 3-99.
Malcolm-Davies, J (2018) “‘Silk’ Hats from a Sheep’s Back: how 16th century craftspeople created legal luxuries” in Bravermanová, M, Březinová, H, & Malcolm-Davies, J (eds) Archaeological textiles - links between past and present, NESAT XIII. Liberec: Archaeolingua 34, 187-195 & 339
Kruseman, G, Sturtewagen, I & Malcolm-Davies, J (2016) ”Erasmus’ muts” in Kostuum: Nederlandse Kostuumvereniging, 72-89
Malcolm-Davies, J (2017) “Handwerkgeheimen: Gebreide muts uit 16de-eeuws Dordrecht draagt bij aan internationaal onderzoek” in Culthure, Dordrecht Museum, April, 25-27
Malcolm-Davies, J. & Davidson, H. (2015) ‘He is of no account … if he have not a velvet or taffeta hat’: a survey of 16th century knitted caps. In Grömer, K. and Pritchard, F. (eds), Aspects of the Design, Production and Use of Textiles and Clothing from the Bronze Age to the Early Modern Era, NESAT XII (North European Symposium for Archaeological Textiles), Hallstatt, Austria, May 2014