Category Archives: needlework
K and I went to An Tir’s 12th Night at the beginning of January and had a lot of fun. We got there Friday evening which was pretty low-key. We got checked in, said hello to our friends and headed … Continue reading
The embroidery on my needlebook is done. Things I learned: 1. I probably should have used more strands of floss. I think thta would have eliminated the annoying white spots. 2. Use a bigger frame – this is a constant … Continue reading
I decided I hate turkey work. It’s ugly, messy, and it likes to knot up in the back. So, I’m going to get some wool and finish my carpet in tent stitch. That seems to be more documentable any way.
I cut out a tunic today based on this website: http://snowplow.org/sarah/pers/SCA/tunics_stepbystep.pdf I am using cotton/poly broadcloth that I got for $1/yard. I’m not crazy about the fabric and I don’t know if I will actually wear this tunic. It is … Continue reading