Archaeological Textiles Review has just made its 2016 (vol 58) issue available for free download on its free downloads page here. (Follow the "download issue" link on the left, and when the subpage comes up in the box, click the link for "ATN 58".)
The lead article is about the surprising prevalence of surviving 17th century red-heeled and soled shoes in Denmark, but the articles that interest me the most are the following articles about surviving 10th-11th century textiles from Russia.
Kochkurkina, Svetlana & Orfinskaya, Olga. Archaeological Textiles of the 10th to the 12th Century from the Gaigovo Barrow Group in Russia. Archaeological Textiles Review, vol. 58, p. 21.
Frei, Karin Margarita, Makarov, Nikolaj, Nosch, Marie-Louise, Skals, Irene, Vanden Berge, Ina & Zaytseva, Irina. An 11th-Century 2/2 Twill from a Burial in Shekshovo in Russia. Archaeological Textiles Review, vol. 58, p. 34.
The Gaigovo Barrow finds are especially fascinating in that they contain many specimens of tablet weaving as well as jewelry. Happy reading!