Monthly Archives: June 2014

Taught early 16th century German garb in Isenfir

The German Garb class down in Isenfir was a great success today. It was my first time teaching German garb to a large number of folks (maybe 15?) for as long as I wanted. I think I have some converts … Continue reading

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A&S 50 List

A couple of years ago, I thought about joining the A&S 50 project group. The goal is to finish 50 items by May 15, 2015 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the SCA. I decided not to join because I … Continue reading

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Working on this headgear

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I attended Atlantian University yesterday and had a great time. I took 4 classes: MOL 101 (2 hours) How to run an MOL table for an Event (for Non MOLs) (1 hour) MOL Tournaments – Elimination (1 hour) Making Self-stuffed … Continue reading

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Stepping Down as Guildmistress of the St. Anne’s Guild of Clothiers

I am pleased to announce that the new Guildmistress for St. Anne’s Guild of Clothiers is Mestressa Beatriz Aluares de la Oya! Although I am sad to be stepping down from my role after only a two-year post, I know … Continue reading

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Judged at Garb Wars 2014

Yesterday, I judged three wonderful teams at Garb Wars 2014. Judging is freaking hard when everyone is so good. The site in Denton, MD, was wonder wonderful. It would be a great site for a Crown Tournament.

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