Things have been busy here for us. Between SCA events kicking back off and general life, I haven’t been as faithful to my poor blog! Hopefully, that will change as we settle for the next few months. First off I Continue reading Busy Busy!
After almost two years I was delighted to find that the Barony south of us was hosting an Arts and Science competition. Having no interest in competing for their champion (I didn’t really feel I had produced anything worth that) Continue reading Arts and Science Displaying My Pandemic Work
Almost 2 years ago now a friend had been awarded her Award of Arms at an event. Sadly there was an issue with it and before she could take it home it disappeared. Unfortunately, she has had a lonely blank Continue reading Award of Arms Scroll- Part One
One of the things I am constantly fighting against is just how quickly my older one grows out of clothing. We are talking new pants every three months, not easy on the pocketbook. So it is no surprise after almost Continue reading Garb for Kids
It has been a bit since I last posted. My ongoing A&S project decided that October was just too long to wait. So we welcomed my second child in September. Having a newborn is a fair amount of work and Continue reading Onward!
I am sure some of you had seen my teasing of a pair of Hedeby bag handles on Instagram back in May. I had received them from Champagne Faire as part of my Medieval ReCreationist Box last year and just Continue reading Hedeby Bag
It has been a busy last few months! Between my pregnancy, kiddo starting school, and SCA stuff resuming in person I feel like getting time to work on projects has been limited. However, the first week of school presented a Continue reading A Quick Dye
The lovely Maridith had highlighted in her Instagram stories that Emilee from Our Shield Maiden was hosting a summer sew-along. 18th-century pockets! For those who remember I had a pair of 16th-century ones started from C3 that got shelved. I Continue reading Summer Sew Along!
It seems like summer has crept up on me this year. Granted as things are opening back up the weeks seem to go by quickly compared to last summer. Funny what going out of the house does. With that I Continue reading Summer Projects
This past Saturday was the Outlands Collegium A.S. LV an online event held by the Kingdoms University. Feeling slightly better and figuring I could manage sitting and listening to lectures just as well as I could lay on the sofa Continue reading Outlands Collegium A.S. LV