Category Archives: German

New Arts & Sciences posts in honor of Pennsic A&S Display today

As promised, I have updated my blog/website with new A&S posts in honor of the yearly Pennsic A&S display which I am missing this year: – Under “Jamestown ‘Jane’ coif,” I posted the documentation I wrote for the Smithsonian for … Continue reading

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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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Working on this headgear

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Sergeants and Scholars 2014

I’m wearing my first German peasant jacket. It’s far too big but it still kept me warm! For the purists out there, you are correct. A peasant would not have been wearing a skirt with so many guards on it. … Continue reading

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1577 Nuerenberg Dress Photos posted

I have added the photos of my latest dress under 16th Century German, 1577 Nuerenberg Dress. I wore this outfit to 12th Night and to KASF 2013. I’m still behind in my dress photo-posting. I have to post the outfit … Continue reading

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Spent the day at Alessandra’s

Spent the day up at Alessandra da Venizi’s working on Christie’s garb. We also planned the Italian garb classes with Jake. The St. Anne’s Guild classes are planned up until Pennsic. As for Christie’s garb, all I need to do … Continue reading

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Cut and sewed the sleeves of the 4th German gown tonight.

It’s GREEN, Captain!

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