I have recreated a few of the tablet woven pieces from the MoL Dress Accessories book and wanted to continue with a new project. No 1450, the hair piece with the silk filet caught my eye and I decided to recreate the tablet woven band, but without the fake braids. Continue reading “project: tablet woven filet”
In summer 2013 our eldest daughter went with us to Drachenwald Summer Coronation and 20th Anniversary. Besides sewing clothes for her I also made her a pair of turn shoes. I’ve made turn shoes for myself previously but this was my first try making a pair of children’s shoes. Continue reading “way back… shoes”
Schhh… did you hear that? Yep, it’s the sound of a new post being published at Cristina’s ramblings. Continue reading “way back… finishing the edges with tablet weaving”
A couple of days ago these beautiful tablets arrived in the mail. I found them on Etsy: Ampstrike, a seller from Estonia. The size of the tablets are 5×5 cm, with a thickness of about 1,5 mm, and made from walnut and ash. The ones made from ash are slightly thicker but I don’t think that will be noticeable when I weave with both types mixed.
The first project I will use these for is finishing the edges of the sleeves on my Herjolfsnäs gown.
Katheryn at Textile Time Travels gave me this award. Thank you so much!
Apparently you’re suppose to answer questions (see below) and then give the award to 5 blogs you like. See what I mean by disguised chain letter! Continue reading “Award – or a disguised chain letter”
It amazes me that a lot of readers check in here every day even when I haven’t updated in forever. Thank you for that!
Sweet Elina at Neulakko posted a YouTube-clip a while back and I thought I’d show it here for those of you that haven’t seen it.
It’s the Lincolnshire based group WAG Screen that has been working hard with a film that reenact scenes from the Lutrell Psalter. The film really is worth watching with beautiful scenery, wonderful music and lots of inspiration for recreating the early 14th century.
Wag Screen has also made several behind the scene clips, make sure you check out their YouTube channel.
A lot of people do impressive stuff that goes unnoticed. Some things are small, other things are big. It’s time for the rest of us to see this. Here is the first installment of Bragging rights: amazing things that needs to be told! Continue reading “Bragging rights: the house”