The Flat Cap

Please, be warned, some of the pics in this might make those young and young at heart teehee a bit. You have been warned. I decided I needed a flat cap for court. Of course it needed to be pink, and I knew I didn’t have enough of the bubblegum pink yarn, so I used […]

Blue Suede Sandals

I have a long history with shoes. I’ve always struggled with what’s on my feet due to having Charcot Marie Tooth Syndrome which is a form of muscular dystrophy. I should have been diagnosed when I first started walking, shouldn’t have had the first to sets of surgery I had on my ankles, and I […]

Absolute Frustration

Perception is reality, which is really hard to work around when you know you’ve more than done the work to move to the next level, but it’s almost impossible to show it to the rest of the world without employing a staff to do the parts you’re not comfortable or able to do. Let me […]

In Devotione Pulchritudo Vivat

My friend Audrye is an apprentice and a protege.  Her laurel told her that she would be taking a student for herself, so she needed a belt.  That’s where I came in.  She needed a blue belt with an ermine on each end.  I’ve never played with brocade, but I had been playing with single-color […]

Projects In Progress January 2020

To hold myself accountable I’m going to try to post a monthly list of what I’m working on.  This is as much for myself as to keep my lovely laurel Mickel, my households Knotty Snake and the yet unnamed fibers household I’m building, and those who are so kindly helping me as I learn and […]

Tips And Tricks Of Tablet Weaving With Wool And Acrylic

I know many people who absolutely will not weave with wool or acrylic because of how sticky it can be.  Personally, I love weaving with wool as it gives such an earthy period look, especially when woven in period patterns and techniques, but also great for modern looks.  The look can be simple or complex, […]

What’s In My Tablet Weaving Kit?

Just recently I’ve added a few new items to my tablet weaving kit, and I honestly don’t know how I lived without these things close at hand.  Used to be that I sat down with my loom and wove four forward and four back, or had a simple pattern in front of me.  Now I […]

How I Got Here

I’ve been in the SCA for the better part of sixteen years, but it wasn’t until I learned to tablet weave, and the building of Ravensebridge did I really get serious.  It helped that Stacy got serious about it at the same time.  Between getting a crossbow, my looms, and Stacy being taken as a […]