Hartwood’s Spring Tutr

 

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Event Summary

Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Lady Gwynafel ben Madudhain
Date: May 1 , 2021 until May, 2 2021
Online meeting begins at: 9:00 AM on May 1th 2021
Online meeting ends at: 6:00 PM on May 2th 2021



Registration is now open, please follow this link: https://forms.office.com/r/RLabVPHyE1

Hello to one and all, welcome to the Hartwood Spring Tutr page.

Festivities will start on the 1st of May at 9 am, and runs until May 2nd at 6 pm.  ONLINE using Zoom.

After the classes we will host a feast where everyone can bring their dinner, sit, chat and talk about the day.  The feast will start at 6:30, come and share!

Classes on Saturday the 1st of May:

9 am – 11 am  Please see descriptions further down the page.

SCA Sign Language

Do you want to Make a Banner

Non-Standard Scrolls

11:15 – 1:15 (Please bring a lunch)

Inkle Pick up Speckle Weaving

Nalbinding a Wool Ball

Knock off of the Mary Rose Lantern

1:30 – 2:30  1 hr

Presentation about Henry the VIII

1:30 – 3:30

Heavy fighting Fakes

Camp Cooking

2:45 – 4-45

Canvas Working

3;45 – 4:45

Create a Haversack

Scribal Design

5 – 6

Presentation of Finding King Richard

6:30 Our Virtual Feast

 

Classes on Sunday_____________________________

9 am – 11 am

Veil, Wimples, and Fillets

Novus II Terminology

Make a Bracer

11:15 – 1:15 (Bring a Lunch)

Recipes to bring to a feast

Novus II – Personae

Brocade Inkle Weaving

1:30 – 3:30

Pleated Embroidery (Smocking)

Novus II Medieval Games-Cancelled

Beginning Jacobean Embroidery

3:45 – 5:45

Making and use of Period Pigments

Novus II Heraldry

Making Ice in the Desert


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Registration Information

Registration will open on April 15th, the registration site will be posted that morning here on this site, as well as on the FB site.  All classes are free, please be sure to read the whole class description as some student items may be needed to follow along with the class

Meal Information

Bring your own vitals and visit with members from the event, starts on Saturday at 6:30 pm

Classes Offered

Classes on Saturday the 1st of May:

9 am – 11 am

SCA Sign Language

Instructor – Her Ladyship Morgaine Essex
Min Students 1  Max 10
Rudimentary knowledge of Sign Language would be beneficial for students taking this class, but not required

 

Do you want to make a Banner?
Instructor – Archos Aline de Seez
Min 1  Max 12
Image of their Arms, pencil, paper, ruler and coloured markers.
In this class you will learn about the different styles of flags, banners, gonfalons etc.I will be covering the historical background of flags of Europe from 600-1600. We will discuss what is your particular time period and work on some rough drafts of a flag for you to take with you to use when you make your own banner.

Non-Standard Scrolls

Instructor Mistress Alicia le Wilfule
Min ?  Max ?
You don’t need to be a scribe to create scrolls.  Scrolls are not always painted pieces of paper.  This class will show you other mediums to make scrolls: wood, Leather, metal, fabric.  This class does not teach techniques but is for inspiration.

11:15 – 1:15 (Please bring a lunch to eat during class)

Inkle Pick up Speckle Weaving

Instructor – Maulana Halima Al Rakkasa
Min 1 Max 6
Fully warped loom with full weft shuttle; instructor will provide pattern by email for warping before class. Note-taking materials.
Not only broadcloth, but narrow-wares, too, had supplementary weft designs in contrasting yarn color/metallics. Students will learn how to weave a narrow brocade, learn different ways to carry the supplementary weft from one pick to another, discuss different types of supplementary weft, and be able to troubleshoot designs.

Nalbinding a Wool Ball

Instructor – Duchess Meagan ferch Meredydd
Min 2 Max 12
A large blunt tapestry needle or nalbinding needle,  bulking weight wool yarn in a light colour; a water spritzer for felting; and wool fleece or other material for stuffing.
Nalbind a small wool ball using an ancient technique used to create Viking aged textiles.  Using a large blunt needle and lengths of yarn; and one’s thumb, students will learn to: cast on, work Oslo stitches, wet felt splice yarns together, decrease, stuff and finish project.

Knock off of the Mary Rose Lantern

Instructor Archos John MacAndrew-Mail
Min 2  Max 4
I will create a knock off of the Mary Rose lanterns, consisting of a top, a base, dowling for connectors and closet lamps for light sources

1:30 – 2:30  1 hr

Presentation about Henry the VIII

Instructor – Her Grace Tangwystl Tudur
Min 1 Max ?
Dear King Henry, Has it ever occurred to you that you might be the problem?
Yes, of course this is about Henry the Eight and his dysfunctional marriages
Duchess Tangwystl Tudur O.L.

1:30 – 3:30

Heavy fighting Fakes

Instructor Sir Duncan MacKinnon
Min 3  Max 20
This class is about Faking, we will discuss what makes a Fake successful, and reading opponents, setting up fakes and more.  I will be going over a variety of fakes and how they work.  The first hour will be classroom discussion and the last hour will be implementing what is taught.

Camp Cooking

Instructor HL Morgaine Essex
Min 1 Max 10
In this class we will be discussing SCA camp food. How to prepare for a weekend or a week long event. Whether you are cooking for one, or for 50+, there should be something for everyone in this class.

2:45 – 4-45

Canvas Working

Instructor – Her Ladyship Giana Viscounti
Min 1  Max ?
In this class we will examine Canvas Work Embroidery, the type of stitching made famous by Mary,
Queen of Scots. We will look at period examples, discuss materials used and modern equivalents,
types of stitches, how to set up your embroidery for stitching, and period uses of canvas work
pieces. There will be a demonstration of materials used, example pieces, and a demonstration of
how to do the stitches.

3;45 – 4:45

Create a Haversack

Instructor HL Kjartan Kraka
Min 2  Max ?
Students will have a visual introduction for making a haversack to carry all their stuff

Scribal Design

Instructor HL Aniko Meles
Min 1 Max ?
Welcome to the scribal fold’s next level! Do you have an itching desire not only to paint, but to make your very own charter for others to paint too? This class will help you learn about charters and by default, scrolls! Not only will this class cover the difference, but it will also cover working on a reign’s scribal team, where to find inspiration and how to create a charter (or scroll), including tools, both software and hardware to you on track to making beautiful designs that will hang in SCA homes throughout your shire, Principality and Kingdom.
This class is appropriate for anyone who has been painting charters and wishes to learn how to create them.

5 – 6

Presentation of Finding King Richard

Instructor – Duchess Tangwystl Tudur
Min 1 Max ?
Finding King Richard!
In August 2012, the “Looking for Richard” project, funded largely by the Richard III Society, asked Leicester University Archaeological Services to excavate a council car park with the seemingly absurd long-shot plan to locate the King’s burial site. Long shot indeed!!!  On the second day of digging a skeleton was found that later proved to be Richard III’s. An introduction to the mortal remains of England’s  Last Mediaeval Warrior King and the real Game of Thrones
Duchess Tangwystl Tudur O.L.

6:30 Our Virtual Feast

 

Classes on Sunday________________________________________

9 am – 11 am

Veil, Wimples, and Fillets

Instructor Lady Aoife
Min 3 Max 10
1.5 m of lt wt linen, silk, or cotton voile; needle and thread, stiffening such as white buckram and felt; measuring tape or length of string.
An indept look at the history and evolution of the veil into the wimple and fillet in the Western European fashion.  Students will learn to create their own flared fillet, and the various ways to wear these items.

Novus II Terminology

Instructor Archos John Mail- McAndrew
Min 4 Max 8
In this course we will discuss the origins of the SCA with a focus on the Kingdom of An Tir as well as the terminology used at events, practices, and meetings.

Make a Bracer

Instructor HL Kjartan Kraka
Min 2 Max ?
Students will have a discussion on several methods for making a bracer for archery

11:15 – 1:15 (Bring a Lunch)

Recipes to bring to a feast

Instructor Lady Elizabeth Chatfeld
min 2 max?
If you are new to the SCA or just tired of bringing bread to a feast, this is the class for you. First part of the class is about potluck etiquette. There may be a Scavenger hunt during the class. in the second part we will discuss food, starting with easy suggestions for the cooking phobic, to the budding medieval cook. Some discussion about how to read a medieval recipe.

Novus II – Personae 

Instructor Duchess Tangwystl Tudor
Min ? Max ?
This is a workshop that will  provide you with some research tools that might help you advance your persona’s backstory beyond  the generic.

Brocade Inkle Weaving

Instructor Maulana Halima Al Rakkasa
Min 1 Max 6
Fully warped loom with full weft shuttle; instructor will provide pattern by email for warping before class. Note-taking materials.
Warp-faced bands have been a part of medieval life as practical and ornamental bands. We will use our inkle looms to create one pattern through picking up threads on a speckled/basketweave ground. We may also discuss creating patterns on paper, depending on students. Note that this is an intermediate class.

1:30 – 3:30

Pleated Embroidery (Smocking)

Instructor: Signora Aspasia Bevilacqua
Min 4 Max 10
ruler sized square piece of light/white linen or cotton, strong sewing thread, needle, scissors, ruler, something to mark the fabric and embroidery floss (silk, linen, cotton) of a contrasting colour.
Learn how to pleat and create surface decoration on fabric. This class will introduce the participant to a method of pleating fabric and several embroidery techniques.
By the end of the class, participants should have an understanding of how pleating can be accomplished and how to embellish the piece.
There will also be discussion on the uses of this style and where each might originate.

-Novus II Medieval GamesCancelled-

Instructor –

Beginning Jacobean Embroidery

Instructor HL Giana Viscounti
Min 1 Max ?
In this class we will examine the basics of Jacobean Embroidery. We will look at period examples,
discuss materials used and modern equivalents, learn the two most used types of stitches, and learn
how to set up your embroidery for stitching. There will be a demonstration of materials used,
example pieces, and a demonstration of how to do the stitches

3:45 – 5:45

Making and use of Period Pigments

Instructor HL Jadwiga Radomyskova
Min 3 Max 10
If students have period pigments bring them. Students need to bring their own paint brushes, and water cups.
Students will learn to make paint using egg tempera, glaire, and gum arabic. They will learn the special techniques used to maximize success with these mediums.

Novus II Heraldry

Instructor – Mistress Alicia le Wilfule
Min ? Max ?
This class will introduce you to the world of heraldry.  I will discuss who heralds are, what they do, and how to get involved; things to consider when selecting a name and device, and how to register them.  A Hand out will be provided.

Making Ice in the Desert

Instructor Maryam bint Yussuf al Nasrani
Min ? Max ?
Describes the various parts of the yatchal and how they are build. Describes the atmospheric condition necessary to make ice, store it and how it all works.


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