Author Archives: Amie Sparrow

Costumer’s Dilemma: Clothing the Unwilling Spouse

I love costuming in the SCA. It is a creative outlet that brings me into contact with other curious people who have the same interests. Resources are shared. Techniques are learned and lots of fancy clothing is worn to great … Continue reading

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More Photos from Chalice/Coronation 2015

Here are two more photos from Chalice/Coronation 2015 taken by John J. Mikucki who is a professional photographer. Alina brought him to the event, it was his first SCA outing!

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Claude Moore Colonial Farm Park

I went to Claude Moore Colonial Farm Park today for their market fair. Here’s a photo of my friend Karen who made her own outfit.

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Freydal Dress Diary Posted

I finished the Freydal Dress. The dress diary is posted here:

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Fall Coronation 2015 Dress in Progress

I am making a dress based on a Freydal woodcut from 16th century Germany.

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Instructions for Anglo-Saxon Ring Pouch Class

This weekend I taught Kaleeb the Green-Eyed’s Anglo-Saxon Ring Pouch class at Battle on the Bay. I wrote additional instructions for the class, which I’ve posted below: Anglo-saxon ring pouch class

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Gollers for Mariss and Lydia – 2014 Project Closeout (In August 2015)

This weekend I’ve finally had some time to finish projects from my 2014 project list. Below are gollers for Mariss Ghijs (blue) and Lydia (gold).

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