CoBloWriMo – Costume Blog Writing Month
So I’ve signed up to be part of the CoBloWriMo – Costume Blog Writing Month for August 2017. I just wanted to post a little post about it. The host has determined 31 prompts to help the participants blog on a daily basis. I don’t know that I’ll be able to participate daily, but we’ll see!
If you want to join CoBloWriMo – Costume Blog Writing Month it’s being organized on Facebook. If you want to see all the posts for CoBloWriMo, click the tag!
One of my favourite jewellery booths from the Turku Medieval Market
Along with the diamond twill wool I mentioned a few posts back, some of my best purchases the Turku Medieval Market, (Keskiaikaiset markkinat) were jewellery and *bling* for my Viking age kit.
The jewellery booths were generally quite popular, so some of my photos aren’t great – because the booth was too crowded to get good photos! I looked mostly for booths that had reasonable prices for good-looking replicas, but there were also several booths with accessories more with a “medieval feel” or medieval-inspired, which I didn’t take photos of.
Two different colours accomplished by two different dyestuffs
If you follow me on Instagram, you already have seen some of my photos and videos from the Turku Medieval Market, (Keskiaikaiset markkinat) showing the dyeing demonstration. It was really fun to watch, and I wanted to share some of the photos and video here too.
A chance to try your hand at block printing at the Turku Medieval Market
Today I’ll continue sharing highlights from my visit to the Turku Medieval Market, (Keskiaikaiset markkinat) in Turku, Finland.
A few of the blocks available to play with at the Turku Medieval Market
There were a number of vendors at the market, demonstrations, and activities. One of the activities that was set up was the chance for people to try their hand at some block printing.
Linens for 7.50€/meter at the second market stall selling fabrics.
In June and July 2017 I was in Finland again (along with a side-trip to Estonia!). One of the highlights of my trip was a visit to the Turku Medieval Market, (Keskiaikaiset markkinat) – apparently the largest medieval market in Finland.
With the encouragement of readers on my Facebook page, I decided to take one of my Viking Age costumes to go explore the market on it’s first day. Over the next few posts I’ll share some of the demonstrations and market stalls at the market. If you’re coming to my blog long after I’ve posted, you can see all of these posts by reading the Turku Medieval Market tag!