Embellishers Grand Accademia

 

Hosted by Device of Kaldor Ness

The Canton of Kaldor Ness (Columbia County, OR)

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Muireann inghean ui Mhuirneachain
Date: February 18 , 2012 until February, 19 2012
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on February 18th 2012
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on February 19th 2012

Event site:
Scappoose High School
33700 SE High School Way Scappoose, OR 97056



 

 

Embellishers
Grand Accademia 

February
18-19, 2012

Click www.kaldorness.org for full class information and
registration form.

 

 

The Canton of
KaldorNess cordially invites you to the Embellishers Grand
Accademia, February 18th – 19th, 2012. 
The event site is Scappoose High School, 33700 SE High School Way,
Scappoose, OR 97056.

Attendance is by
pre-registration only. Go to www.kaldorness.org  for
registration form and detailed class
information.

 

Questions on
classes:
contact the Dean
– HL Muireann inghean ui Mhuirneachain (503) 396-5290 (h)
or
moc.liamg@sllahsramdam
(Mka Murna Marshall, 34058 Sykes
Rd., St Helens OR 97051)

Site
& Volunteers:
for gate, crash space, food, setup &
cleanup please contact the Liaison – HL Carith de Cuevas
(503) 543-3362 (h) or moc.liamg@tibbirg

Registrations: Payment
must accompany class registration.  Registration information
will be available  1/13/2012  :  Make checks payable
to SCA, Inc.  Accademia dei Studiosi. Payment must be
postmarked no later than Saturday, 
February 4th,
2012
. The $5 NMS applies to
non-members. There will be no childcare available for this event
and classes may not be appropriate for children under 12 (see
detailed class descriptions for notes on youth).
 
Send check with
registration form to Acting Exchequer Appoline D’Avignon c/o
Catherine Best 33844 NE Erin Drive  Scappoose, OR
 97056
   503-543-4810
 email moc.liamg@ssenrodlak  

Food
& Lodging:
A snack table will be available for
everyone so please consider bringing food donations to share and/or
a financial donation to help with the expense (no plug ins). 
Space is available in the cafeteria for all to eat lunch.  The
Liaison will have a list of local food and lodging available at the
event.

 

Class
Schedule

 

Saturday Gate Opens 8
AM

Saturday 9-11
AM

  • Beginning Goldwork:  Setting up – Gold
    Class 1
  • Crow Quill Pen Frills  
  • Acanthus, Mantling and Floral Borders
  • Introduction to Bookbinding
  • Anatomy of an Embellishing Project.
  • Castles and Fortifications

Saturday
11AM-1 PM

  • Beginning Goldwork:  Couching and
    Laidwork  – Gold Class 2
  • Methods of Medieval Leather Decoration
  • Lampworked Glass Beads
  • Japanese Bookbinding
  • Painted Tapestries & Banners
  • Castles and Fortifications, cont.

Lunch 1-2
PM

Saturday 2-4
PM

  • Beginning Goldwork:  Bullion, beads,
    spangles and other glittery bits.  – Gold Class 3
  • Woodblock Printing on Cloth
  • Basic Wood Embellishments
  • Period Style Book Covers for Mundane
    Books
  • Beginning Bobbinlace
  • Long-Arm Cross Stitch / Split Stitch Using
    Cotton Embroidery Floss

Saturday 4-6
PM

  • Or Nue – Gold Class 4
  • The Sgabello Hall Chair
  • Appliqué methods for SCA Bling
  • Beginning Bobbinlace, cont.
  • Hauftaffle: or Norse Chess.

No Host
Dinner 6:30-7 PM at  (Possibles:  Portland Pyramid
Brewery in the Industrial District  or  Ixtapa Mexican
Restaurant – Scappoose)

 

Sunday Gate Opens 8:30
AM

Sunday 9-11
AM

  • Simplified, Heraldic, Period Leather
    Carving
  • Two Color Basket Weaving
  • Introduction to Blackwork
  • Beginning Embroidery
  • Braid Stitches – Gold Class 5
  • Gothic-Architecture of Functional
    Embellishment:  (And how you can use it)

Sunday 11 AM
– 1 PM

  • Introduction to Gold Leaf
  • Charter Painting 101
  • Beginning Bead Embroidery
  • Pillow Sachet
  • Making Portuguese Needleworked Carpets
  • Pyrography: a discussion on techniques for
    creating designs through the use of Pyrography (wood
    burning)
  • Gold work open workshop

Lunch 1-2
PM

Sunday 2-4
PM

  • How to Draft a parti-colored T-Tunic 
    /  Chinese Button Knot Tying  
  • Constructing Ghillie Shoes
  • Assisi Work
  • Introduction to Fingerloop Braiding
  • Making Historical Paternosters and
    Rosaries
  • Achievements in Art: Using Heraldry in
    Embellishment
  • Gold work open workshop

Site closes 4:30
PM


 




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