|Classroom A||Classroom B|
|10:00 am - 11:00 am||Medieval Combo Game Set||Intro to Viking Wire Weaving|
|11:00 am - 12:00 pm||Mr. Pen is Your Friend|
|12:00 pm - 1:00 pm|
|1:00 pm - 2:00 pm||SCA Power Tool: Sewing 101||Fasts, Feasts, and Calendars|
|2:00 pm - 3:00 pm||Turks Head Knots|
Join us for a review of the basics of the sewing machine. What the heck it is, (and isn’t), how to thread it, wind a spool, needles vs pins, types of thread vs types of fabric, and all the tools you need to know. Finally, we are going to use the machine to practice sewing, learn one major sewing technique and create a easy project. If you are thinking about purchasing a sewing machine ‘cause you need garb and want to take a test drive first, this class is for you. If you need a OMG moment with a sewing machine, this class is for you. Total newbies or need to review the basics, welcome!
Class is 2 hours
REQUIRED: One yard of material, cotton or linen, washed and dried before class and a spool of thread to match. Age 16 or older.
Make a combination medieval game set that is both Nine Man's Morris and Fox and Geese.
Ages: 12 & up
Pen basics will get you started with calligraphy!
For ages 14 and up.
Free handout and practice pen.
Mistress Catriona nic Hugh Mclaey
The Medieval year revolved around foods that could or could not be eaten due to customs concerning the holy days. It was much more involved than: Do we have ham or lamb for Easter dinner this year? The class will look at some of the restrictions cooks dealt with, both agricultural and ecclesiastical, and how this information helped create the medieval calendar.
Materials or handouts fee: None
Ages: Teen and above (mainly due to the interest level not because there is anything untoward
Baroness Maerwynn de Warewic
A brief history of Viking Wire weave along with a hands on workshop to make a piece to take home.
Time: 2 hours
Class limit: 10
Class fee: $3
Max: 8 people
Turk’s head knots look like a braided continuous loop of cord, thread or leather and have been used for centuries to decorate all sorts of things. They were commonly used to cover the tops of tassels, but were also used to embellish drawstrings, purses, pillows, and were even used as beads. Learn how to make 2 different sizes of Turk’s head knots and learn how they can be manipulated into knotted beads or a braided bracelet. Class appropriate for teens and up. Cord will be provided and lacing needles will be available to use.
Max: 8 people
Corvus Aurelius Corvenus
Kit out the small fry! It’ll be in the Art Room downstairs.
Spinning, string arts and more, all day long. Drop in and do; or consult the experts to refresh an old skill. Thanks to Gwyntarian Spinning and Weaving Guild for this annual get-together.
Would you like to teach a class? Contact Mistress Nina, the class coordinator!