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      Re: Announcement - Squire's Tourney: Classes From: Jahanara amat al-hafeeza



      Re: Announcement - Squire's Tourney: Classes

      Posted by: "Jahanara amat al-hafeeza" sayyida.jahanara@...   galen_skye

      Thu May 13, 2010 6:52 am (PDT)

      The following A&S Classes will be available at Squire's Tourney, May 22nd, 2010

      10-11am - Newcomers's Introduction to the SCA - taught by Fujinami no Kaede-hime

      11-12pm - Identifying Saints in Medieval Artwork from St Agatha to St
      Zeno - taught by Lady Cecilia della Rosa
      This class involves an overview of attributes and symbols associated
      with many of the more popular saints in period and how they are
      represented in artwork.

      12-1 pm - An Introduction to Crossbows in the SCA - taught by Ligessac
      De La Ombrage Bocage

      12:30 - 2 pm - Introduction to Period Hand-sewing:
      Historical Stitches for basic garment construction
      Instructor: Lady Jorun Aragunnrdottir
      Class 1 of 4
      New to the SCA or new to hand sewing?  This class is for you!  What’s
      a medieval person do to clothe themselves if you can’t afford the
      prices of the tailor’s guilds?  Hand sew them of course!  This course
      is a beginners introduction to hand sewing.  You will learn 4 basic
      stitches used in hand sewing and found on extant European garments and
      items from the Bronze Age to 1605 CE (and beyond).  You will make a
      small coin purse using all four stitches as a sampler demonstration of
      your new skills.  Materials provided, but participants are welcome to
      bring their own.  Materials available for 15 students, handouts for
      25, everyone is welcome.  Donation: $1.00 but not required for
      participation  Class time: 1.5 hours

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