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Römische Trinkgläser

Anna Syveken on 2021-5-11
Tipp, wenn man eine bestimmte Art römisches Glas günstig sucht: schlichte Zuckerschalen aus Glas. Sind etwas kleiner und nicht ganz das Original, aber dicht genug dran. Ein anderes Thema: braucht jemand zwei Milchkännchen? Linktipp: read/watch more

Der Geist im Glas

Anna Syveken on 2021-5-11
Für Plague Wars, ein Event, das diese Woche startet, habe ich eine Gute-Nacht-Geschichte aufgenommen. Agilmar hat die Dateien geschnitten und Musik druntergelegt und dann habe ich das Ganze noch zu einem Video zusammengefügt. Freut euch drauf! read/watch more

Stabilising leftover tablet weaving

Stringcrafter on 2021-5-9
Have you ever added trim to a garment, and had only one or two woven motifs left over? I’ve ended up with small pieces where there’s barely enough room to weave in the weft ends without distorting the motif. Rather than chuck the leftovers, I used read/watch more

My first 16th century ceramics

Marlein - a 16th century wardrobe on 2021-5-6
They are fired and photographed, my first 16th century ceramic replicas. The original is for food storage, in yellow clay and glaced only on the inside. I made mine in grey clay and therefore I glaced them on the outside too. And they are made for read/watch more

Call to Curia May 27, 2021 at 7 pm CET

Drachenwald Blog on 2021-5-4
Their Majesties Æiríkr inn Hárfagri and Jacquelyna de Bellmont give notice that they intend to hold a Curia Regis on Thursday May 27, 2021 beginning at 19:00 CET. This will be an online meeting hosted via Zoom. Please see the online Drachenwald read/watch more


Handcrafted History on 2021-5-3
Welcome to Handcrafted History, a small business located in the middle of Sweden. I am Linda, and have been handcrafting and travelling on historical adventures for 20 years! I offer made-to-measure historical clothing, lectures and workshops from read/watch more

16th century silk garters in sprang

Marlein - a 16th century wardrobe on 2021-5-2
More sprang...I know, I cant help it! Its fun. This time, garters. I made pairs both of wool and of silk. And I will show you pictures. But first, some more information. According to Dagmar Dinkler, Die Rekonstruktion von eng anliegenden, antiken read/watch more

Elevation at Plague Wars court

Drachenwald Blog on 2021-5-2
Greetings unto Our wonderful populace of Drachenwald! We have some good news to share with you all. In response to the writ with which We presented him last August, where We announced that We wish to elevate him to the Order of Defense, Baron read/watch more

Feastgear: sources for information

The lazy reenactor girl on 2021-5-1
Now we’re doing a short break in the cavalcade of viking food! Because a couple of months back I got a request from the principality chronicler to do a piece in the newsletter about finding sources for information about feastgear. Which of course, I read/watch more

How to make a medieval linen shirt

Handcrafted History on 2021-4-30
Welcome to this step-by-step tutorial, perfect for beginners. It might seem long, but explains everything you need to know. Follow it as you go, or look up the section where you might need extra guidance! This is a great project … Continue reading → read/watch more

14th century silk ribbon hairnet

Knots in a net – Solmuja verkossa on 2021-4-28
This is a fascinating extant hairnet made with silk ribbons! Wish I knew more about it, but it hasn’t slowed me down before. This article is therefore about how I start researching a project, where I find my answers or more questions and finally read/watch more

May Dragon’s Tale has been published

Drachenwald Blog on 2021-4-28
Greetings good people of Drachenwald! The Chronicler has published a new Dragon’s Tale for your enjoyment. This links directly to the current newsletter (.pdf), and does not need a password. If this doesn’t work you can follow this link to the read/watch more

What’s my life like?

Handcrafted History on 2021-4-23
Are you curious about what life is like for historical market sellers and historical interpreters? Let me show you how my workdays and life looks like during a normal market season! (you know, before the pandemic when we actually travelled … read/watch more



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