During the summer I was too busy to think about historic costume, let alone blog about it.
So it was a delightful experience to learn from the University of Copenhagen's website, that the ongoing Center for Textile Research project on Viking Age clothing (called "Fashioning the Viking Age") has led to the publication of two books so far: "Fibres, Tools & Textiles," and "From Analysis to Reconstruction." Both are available for free download on this website. Alternatively, one can order paper copies of the books (though not for free).
I haven't had time to read either book yet, but they are wonderfully illustrated with full-color photographs of actual finds as well as reconstructions. Enjoy!