Recently my mum (who runs the wonderful blog
stitchesoftime.com) did a blog post about my favorite medieval outfit, so I though I would share it with you all!
Hello everyone, am back from my very hot and brilliant event and a quick National Trust houses tour with Ellie. We saw four very beautiful properties and have had a thoroughly splendid time, got lots of photos to edit in between the work stuff this week. Not been doing much crafting due to being away, […]
Sunshine and gold — Stitches of Time
I have since that point finished beading the braid along the coat, and I am really happy with the finished effect.
I am sure there will be better pictures of me wearing the whole ensemble to come, especially as I am planning on making a few new accessories to go with the outfit too, so keep an eye out for that.
Alas, re-enactment season has come to an end for another year, but oh it was so much fun! I thought I would share a few of my favorite photos from this year with you all.
Our camp at Ashby De La Zouche Castle
Getting kidnapped by a dragon
A princess must defend herself
Queen Isabella and her men
Queen Isabella and King Edward II
The Swords of Mercia
Our tent at Lincoln Medieval Bishop’s Palace
Inside the Bishop’s palace
Lincoln at night
Melee at Lincoln
Me and mum
Mortimer shows his allegiance to the Queen
Posing in Lincoln Cathedral
Sunset at Caldicot
The last camp fire of the season
I can’t wait to do it all again next year!
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