WHAT’S THIS, YOU HAVE PLANS AND DEADLINES AND SEWING TIME? time to prioritize! Flat fell and put neckline trim on new Red wool gown (Done by the end of this week). Fix Chain mail (done by the end of this weekend. New fencing shirt (Next week?) New fencing Doublet (Cold day job) Finish Blue kirtle… Continue reading To do for December
Subtitle: NOT EVERYTHING IN THIS PERIOD WITH A FULL SKIRT AND A V NECK IS A BURGUNDIAN. I am currently working on a full Avignon/provençal 1480s-1510s kit and persona. I don’t know of anyone in the SCA who does my location and period and what I have to go off of is various “this looks… Continue reading How to be the expert: Late medieval, Early Renaissance Avignon/Provence
I finished the dress of exquisite tackiness, and now I have a nice month in which to RUN CONSTANTLY and then repair and improve things and work on accessories. Time to review the to-do list.
If you all are following me on facebook (which HI FACEBOOK PEOPLE I KNOW YOU IN REAL LIFE) you might have noticed that I mention running… a lot. I was a runner before I joined the SCA and I hope to be a runner for the rest of my life, health permitting. This year,… Continue reading I don’t make mistakes, I create teachable moments
Guess who got apprenticed? This gal! I am now the apprentice of Mistress Sofanisba Vespasiana Gabrielli. When we were discussing my apprenticeship, she asked me what I was interested in. Since “everything” is less than precise, I thought I’d use this blog to make a list of sorts.
SOON YOUNG MINIONS, YOU SHALL SEW FOR ME.
Theme Song for the Week: “Keep on Running” – Dance Hall Crashers