So, remember my post on unfinished projects? Well, I get to cross one off of the list! My Noblesse Largesse project went to a lady out in Atlantia, who stated in her dossier that she liked paternosters and the colours green and red. So, going through my beads, I decided to stretch my carving muscles … Continue reading Crossed One Off the List!
So, I've got a couple of swaps (Noblesse Largesse and EKAE) that I'm participating in, and I'm working through some ideas. Sometimes, when I work through ideas, that means I do some experimentation. These are posaments, used by the Norse as an additional level of bling. Found largely in the Birka finds, posaments varied in … Continue reading Norse Bling!
Changes around the blog
Hi everyone! Thanks to a major attack of life, I've not been updating my blog as often as I would have perhaps liked, however, life outside the SCA does trump life inside the SCA. At any rate, my friend Anna, at annasrome.com, suggested that I add tags to my posts for ease of use for … Continue reading Changes around the blog
A thank you gift.
I returned home from my trip to Tir Mara (and playing with the Norse) only to jump into official duties as Gold Falcon Principal Herald of Calontir a few days after I returned. In this case, I confirmed that the winner of Crown Tournament was indeed the rightful Heir of the kingdom as I saw … Continue reading A thank you gift.
Spirals and sunflowers . . .
The surprise I was hiding was the item for my recipient for this round of Noblesse Largesse. My recipient does Rus. And I might have exhausted a bunch of non-jewellery options (sometimes I feel I put myself into too much of a jewellery-themed box) before I came back to jewellery. So, I made temple rings. … Continue reading Spirals and sunflowers . . .
Where Have I Been?
I promise I exist. My mundane life has sort of taken over - but never fear! I'm going through a couple of ideas for A&S competition that are Roman or Byzantine in scope - but I have to work through them first to see if they're feasible. Upcoming is still the tutorial on making wire-wrapped … Continue reading Where Have I Been?
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