Fibers and Fletching

 

Hosted by Device of Bearwood

The Canton of Bearwood (East Snohomish county, WA) – INACTIVE

Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Lucia DeMaarco
Date: August 19 , 2011 until August, 21 2011
Site opens at: 12:00 AM on August 19th 2011
Site closes at: 12:00 AM on August 21th 2011

Event site:
The Solar Dairy and Farm
19330 SR 530 NE Arlington, WA 98223



The Canton of Bearwood invites one and
all for a weekend of fun. There will be a Youth Armored Combat
Tournament. Up for grabs: 12 and under, a Helm; 13 and up ½
an armor quality cow hide. There is FREE WOOL to be had; cleaned
and carded, until it’s gone. Not to forget our archers, there
is a 3 butt range for you to play on. All you fighters come
practice your skills in the practice eric. There are many classes
where you can learn a new skill or hobby. Our teachers are very
enthusiastic and wish to share their knowledge. Classes will
include; a curry class, many forms of embroidery, open fire pit
cooking, a scale mail class, soap making, and many more. A bardic
circle will be held Saturday Night, so bring your drums, songs,
stories, jokes, dances, and chairs!

Merchants: There is no merchant
fee. Please contact the Autocrat ASAP with the dimensions
of your booth and an idea of what you will be
selling.  


Autocrat: Lucia DeMarco (Kadra Stuckel). 14104 Dubuque Rd,
Snohomish, WA, 98290. moc.liamg@lekcutS.K.
425.367.3159.
 
Fees: Adults: $15/person. Children ages 7-12: $7/person. Children
ages 6 and under: free!  Family Cap: $40. Please make
checks payable to Canton of Bearwood, SCA Inc. There is a $5
non-member surcharge.

Site: Opens Noon on Friday, and closes at
6pm on Sunday.
Site Address: Solar Dairy Farm
                       
19330 SR 530 NE
                       
Arlington, WA, 98223

For the
Youths (ages 6 to 17), we will be having a fighting workshop
starting at 9:00 am and running until 12:00 (lunch time). At 2:00
pm we will start the prize tourney. The workshop will introduce new
fighters to the program or work with more experienced fighters on
techniques and styles.
 

For the Adults (present due to having youths participating), we
will be having a YAC open discussion which will run the same length
of time the YAC workshop lasts. The discussion topics will range
from becoming a YAC Marshal, to the future of the program in An
Tir. If there are new parents present, time will be spent
explaining to them the overall scope of the program.

Questions or comments can be directed to my email address:
moc.liamg@edrohsob

Classes that we will be offering are as
follows…please note that the list of classes is subject to change
without notice due to illness, injury or inclimate weather.
 

Since some classes are of limited size
and may require students to bring certain tools or materials, we
will be offering pre-registration through the registrar, Elewys of
Finchingefeld–which must be PAID to be considered reserved.
 I must receive the registrations via US Post by Friday before
the event (no express delivery or I will charge you extra for
having to drive across town to retrieve it from the post
office–they don’t deliver express delivery to my house),   We
will also be doing on-site registration, but this is on a
first-come, first-served basis.  Bring all materials you may
need for all classes you are interested in taking–instructors will
not have any materials unless specified in the course descriptions
below.  Send pre-registrations to:  Karen Ostheller, 4503
114th PL SE, Everett, WA 98208.  Make checks payable to SCA
Inc., Canton of Bearwood.  US dollars only.

Schedule:

 


Saturday


9 a.m.


Hay Box Cooking—1 hour


Advanced Card Weaving—4 hours


Flemish Splice Bow String—2 hours


Youth Armored Combat—3 hours


Basic Hand Sewing—2 hours


Foil Repousse—2 hours


Beginning Tablet Weaving—4 hours


 


11 a.m.


Identifying Local Flora for Archery—2 hours


Nag Hammadi Style Leather Bound Book—2 hours


Dyeing Wool with Kool Aid—2 hours


Food on Sticks—2 hours


Crewel Embroidery—2 hours


 


2 p.m.


Pit Cooking—3 hours


Spoon Carving—4 hours


How to Assemble a Combat Arrow—3 hours


YAC Tourney—3 hours


Socks 101—3 hours


Veil Making:  Rolled
Hems—1 hour


Clay Pot Cooking—2 hours


Stumpwork Embroidery—4 hours


 


3 p.m.


Indian Curries—3 hours


 


4 p.m.


Embroidery & Embellishment—2 hours


Basic Chain Maille—2 hours


 


Sunday


9 a.m.


How to Sharpen Your Knife, Axe or Spear—2 hours


Soap Making—hours


Two at a Time Socks—3 hours


Fingerloop Braiding—2 hours


Making a Chain Maille Flower—1 hour


Period Feasts for Modern Allergies—2 hours

Due to
limited space, I am unable to post the class descriptions here.
 Please see the Fibers and Fletching page on Facebook
at 
http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=214909621879298&ref=ts.
 The descriptions are even too long to add to the various
lists.  If you would like a copy mailed to you individually,
please contact me at elewys at akosted dot net.


Youth Armored Combat!


For the Youths (ages 6 to 17), we will be having a fighting
workshop starting at 9:00 am and running until 12:00 (lunch time).
At 2:00 pm we will start the prize tourney. The workshop will
introduce new fighters to the program or work with more experienced
fighters on techniques and styles. 

For the Adults (present due to having youths participating), we
will be having a YAC open discussion which will run the same length
of time the YAC workshop lasts. The discussion topics will range
from becoming a YAC Marshal, to the future of the program in An
Tir. If there are new parents present, time will be spent
explaining to them the overall scope of the program.

Questions or comments can be directed to my email address:
moc.liamg@edrohsob





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