[Northkeep] Looking for good links on late period jewlry making

Stephanie Drake cerdanya at gmail.com
Wed Oct 20 07:02:32 PDT 2010

Susan - wInteringdom is on January 29th, so you've got a bit more time.


On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 5:12 PM, Susan O'Neal <catmafia03 at gmail.com> wrote:

> On a hunt for resources for Peg.  Her health is doing much better and she
> is
> working on developing a persona as an adult and with all things, feels the
> need to get it all lined out before she goes forth.  Her latest research is
> 1560 Venetian.  I can make her some basic garments, but one of the things
> we
> need to find is a seamstress who she could commission proper dress from,
> this needs to be someone who is very patient as things like this are where
> her disabilities are at the forefront.  Also, she has been looking at all
> the jewlry of this period and is wanting to know of where she can learn
> more
> about them.  Anyone we can get together with to discuss and teach would be
> great and books or online sources she could be studying.
> I'm writing all three groups as you are the people she knows the best and
> is
> the most comfortable with.  As mentioned, she has some severe disabilities
> and they are best managed by proper scouting efforts.  She is really
> looking
> forward to being able to be more active in the SCA and having proper dress
> and accutraments for her is one of the first things to ensure that-so what
> I'm working on getting that lined up.  Northkeep has Winterkingdom on what
> looks like Dec 29th and I hope we can get her where that is in order by
> then
> so she is comfortable with attending.
> Thanks,
> Susan
> _______________________________________________
> Northkeep mailing list
> Northkeep at lists.ansteorra.org
> http://lists.ansteorra.org/listinfo.cgi/northkeep-ansteorra.org

Outside of a dog, a book is man's best friend. Inside of a dog it's too dark
to read.
Groucho Marx

More information about the Northkeep mailing list