Classes Taught or Organized

Classes Taught

  • Three-pouch German bag (Make-and-Take Class / Test Teach) – Gemutlichplaz, April 2016; Isenfir (6 students)
  • Early 16th Century German Peasant Clothing – February 2016, Baronial A&S Day (8 students). This was a double class with Geneffe Wolflien teaching Landsknecht portion.
  • Anglo-Saxon Ring Pouch (Make-and-Take Class) : Kaleeb the Green-Eyed’s class material, taught by permission – Battle on the Bay, September 2015; Barony of Lochmere (6 students)
  • 16th Century German Fabric Pouch (Make-and-Take Class) – University, June 2015; Barony of Black Diamond (8 students)
  • Early 16th Century German Peasant Clothing – University, June 2015; Barony of Black Diamond (10 students)
  • Early 16th Century German Peasant Clothing – Sergeants & Scholars, May 2014; Barony of Isenfir, June 2014
  • Beginning Embroidery for German Garb based on the New Modelbuch of 1568 – Night on the Town, March 2014
  • German Purses/Pouches 1500-1550 – Dress University, June 2012 (7 students), St. Anne’s Guild Workshop, June 2012 (4 students), Pennsic, August 2012 (25 students)
  • Late 16th / Early 17th Century Embroidered Jackets – St. Anne’s Guild Workshop, March 2012 (3 students), Atlantian University, June 2012 (12 students), Pennsic, August 2012 (35 students)
  • Beginner Women’s Garb from the Manesse Codex – Bright Hills University, October 2011 (10 students)
  • Beautiful Bags from Basic Embroidery – Highland River Melees 2011 (4 students), aka Beautiful Bags from Basic Stitches – Pennsic 2011 (23 students)
  • Manesse Codex Women’s Headwear 1304-1340, Winter University 2011 (25 students)
  • Introduction to Elizabethan Sweet Bags, Atlantian Fall University, October 2008, Front Royal, VA
  • How to Cheat on Illumination if You Can’t Draw, Atlantian University, February 2004, Shire of Berley Cort

Classes Organized

The purpose of organizing classes is to get the knowledge of specialized costumers out to the SCA “public.” When I joined St. Anne’s, most classes were being taught in private homes. We had a fairly high cancellation rate. As the guild progressed, we decided to take the classes to the population at events where there would be a larger audience. This is good for the teacher and gets the information out to more people.

  • Russian Garb by Christiana Iarina Chaykinaia, Sergeants and Scholars, April 2013
  • Russian Hats by Baroness Tatiana Ivanovna, Highland River Melees 2013
  • Middle Eastern Garb by Lady Alfrun Ketta, March 2013
  • Tudor Clothing by Mistress Alina Silverthorne, December 2012 (12th Night 2013 Preparation)
  • Hispano Flemish Garb by Mistress Beatriz Alurez, 2012
  • Italian Garb by Mistress Juliana Maxon, March, April, May 2012
  • Introduction to Elizabethan Jackets by Lady Amie Sparrow, March 2012
  • How to Write A&S Documentation by Mersterinde Karen Larsdatter, March 2012

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