One of my favourite things about the SCA is the classes – the opportunity to learn new things (and share things as well). I think it’s a great way for newcommers to both learn about the SCA, as well as gives folks who feel awkward or unsure, or whatever in their first few months… something to DO – its a good way to sort of organize time.
I understand that part of the SCA involves lots of challenges and commemoration, so I thought I’d try to keep track of things as much as I was able. There’s some things I’ve totally forgotten or never picked up on to begin with at all because I hadn’t even thought of recording it!
This post is really more as a way of recording things for me… and honestly, I doubt anyone else would be interested. It’s also subject to be updated as more information arises. Continue reading
If you’ve seen my Instagram feed, you’ve already seen some of the results of some of the recent workshops I took through the SCA group I’m a part of.
For one of the November Fight Practices, the current Queen, Kora Kendal came down and taught a preview of her workshop on how to make a 14th century sleeveless chemise. This was based on her research for a project she did to compete in Kingdom A&S a few years ago.