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Inside RightInside LeftPorch LeftPorch RightRed PopupForgeMain HallGate TentEquestrian
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8-9AMPlease bring a chair if you wish to sit.Please bring a chair if you wish to sit.Please bring a chair if you wish to sit.Please bring a chair if you wish to sit.Please bring a chair if you wish to sit.The Art of Riding Before a Prince
Summary: Based on the 16th c. riding masters' descriptions of "How to Ride Before a Prince". We'll look at period training patterns, descriptions of performances, and investigate what was considered "comely" for both horse and rider. We'll do 30-45 minutes of unmounted discussion, followed by an hour or so of riding. Riders need basic skills - walking, stopping, and turning - to participate. Part 1
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10-11 AMAlan Weyhmss and Lia of the Loch, Magical grimoires in period. A brief overview of magical grimoires written in period and their uses. Non-religious. Limit 10.Bertina Battista Making Self Stuffed buttons. How to create and use self stuffed buttons out of small scraps of fabric. Supplies provided, All created buttons will be donated to the Barony at evening court as largess. Limit 10Simona Della Luna Fabric Bias and Binding - No previous sewing experience required. Learn what fabric bias is, and how to make and apply your own bias tape. Limit 8Weaving Demonstration by Aislynn ni CahillBlacksmithing Demonstration by EoinScribal Area
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11 AM- 12 NoonOsanna Van Der Linden How do you even prize scroll?
Learn where to start, what tools you need, what materials to buy, where to find inspiration, how to design various layouts for different scrolls, and where to look for scribal opportunities in your group. We will talk about how to construct a scroll from the inspiration, to the sketch, to the cartoon, to the outline, to the gold work, to the calligraphy, to the paint. Limit 5
Bertina Battista Blackwork Handkerchief project, will be donated as largess at evening court to crown. Limit 5Simona Della Luna Intro to Tailoring - Previous sewing experience helpful but not required. Get a brief overview of some tailoring techniques as contrasted to dressmaking. Then we'll do some hands-on work and practice pad stitching. Bring your chair and a thimble if you have one. Limit 8Weaving Demonstration by Aislynn ni CahillLia of the Loch- reading and modifying commercial patterns. For the beginner, how to read and make basic modifications to commercial patterns Limit 10Blacksmithing Demonstration by EoinScribal Area
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12-1PMPotluck Solar, Please bring a chair for sittingPotluck Solar, Please bring a chair for sittingPotluck Solar, Please bring a chair for sittingPotluck Solar, Please bring a chair for sittingPotluck Solar, Please bring a chair for sittingLunchLunchLunchLunch
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1-2PMOsanna Van Der Linden Appliqué; from weird glue to field garb.
Machine appliqué demonstration techniques from beginner to advanced. Comparisons of various interfacing and appliqué goos for different projects. Reverse, statin stitched, flipped appliqué will be compared and contrasted. Bring problem pieces of your work for specific fixes. Limit 10
Safiyya bint Khalid ibn Hamdun teaching Basics of Highlighting and Shading - From simple pencil to a few techniques suitable for use on scrolls, this class will give hands on experience in creating the illusion of depth. Bring your scribal kit if you have one, you'll need pencil, eraser, paint and small brushes. Some limited supplies will also be available for use. Limit 5Bertina Battista German Brick stitch for beginners. Learn Basic brick stitch on even weave cloth. Fee is 5 dollars for basic supplies, or bring your own. Limit 5Weaving Demonstration by Aislynn ni CahillLia of the Loch- reading and modifying commercial patterns. For the beginner, how to read and make basic modifications to commercial patterns Limit 10Blacksmithing Demonstration by EoinA variety of dance classes taught to the skill level and desire of the participants. Taught by Dance Guild of Bryn Gwlad _______________ Scribal Area1:30-2:30pm Warranting Class HL Elsa von Schammach
mka Elizabeth Snyder
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Kingdom of Ansteorra
405-880-2062
exchequer@ansteorra.org
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2-3PMBertina Battista Making great lacing rings or button holes. Please bring scrap fabric, needles and thread. Limit 10Alan Weyhmss and Lia of the Loch, magical grimoires in period. A brief overview of magical grimoires written in period and their uses. Non-religious. Limit 10.Rónán Fionn ÓDubáin Personal Lyst Heralrdy - Think "A Knight's Tale"
Time: 1 Hour
Requirements: none, but note-taking supplies may be helpful. No Size Limit
Weaving Demonstration by Aislynn ni CahillBlacksmithing Demonstration by EoinA variety of dance classes taught to the skill level and desire of the participants. Taught by Dance Guild of Bryn Gwlad ________________Scribal Area2:30-3:30pm Gate Class HL Elsa von Schammach
mka Elizabeth Snyder
Chancellor of the Exchequer
Kingdom of Ansteorra
405-880-2062
exchequer@ansteorra.org
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3-4pmIris Lemonade Social There will be cookies, too. Bring your cup and come socialize and talk with other members of the order about what you're working on, what being an Iris means to you, and what you'd like to see us do in the future. All Irises are welcome (including those who are also Laurels or other peers). I hope this will be the first of several, to be held in a variety of locations around the kingdom.Blacksmithing Demonstration by EoinA variety of dance classes taught to the skill level and desire of the participants. Taught by Dance Guild of Bryn Gwlad ________________Scribal AreaThe Art of Riding Before a Prince
Summary: Based on the 16th c. riding masters' descriptions of "How to Ride Before a Prince". We'll look at period training patterns, descriptions of performances, and investigate what was considered "comely" for both horse and rider. We'll do 30-45 minutes of unmounted discussion, followed by an hour or so of riding. Riders need basic skills - walking, stopping, and turning - to participate Part 2
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4-5PMPelican CirclePelican CirclePelican CirclePelican CircleBlacksmithing Demonstration by EoinA variety of dance classes taught to the skill level and desire of the participants. Taught by Dance Guild of Bryn Gwlad ________________Scribal Area
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