Monthly Archives: July 2018

Omphaloskepsis: Making Magic Moments for Others

In my last post about making magic moments in the SCA, it was all about what an individual can do to help make their own magic moments.  This, though, is what we can do as a collective group, though this … Continue reading

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Creating Preprints/Charters

I live in a kingdom that does preprinted award blanks (that are then painted and the details about the recipients filled in later) for our Award of Arms level (and children’s awards).  This allows our king and queen to give … Continue reading

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Project updates.

Things still to accomplish. Lined Skjoldehamn hood (Have cut out the wool and am working on getting it lined and assembled.) Cutting out several Byzantine bone box blanks in preparation for turning into Byzantine box icons.  (It’s been. . . … Continue reading

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Omphaloskepsis: Making Magic Moments in the SCA

One of the things that I’ve seen over and over again in the SCA Social Mediaverse is that people want to see more magic moments.  A magic moment in the SCA is where time seems to stand still and where … Continue reading

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Nikolai’s Herald Extraordinary Scroll

  When Brigida Gold Falcon reached out to me for a scroll commission, and I got the details, I squee’d.  A lot.  You see, when I got started in the Society, I needed to work on clothing, and a friend … Continue reading

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Super-duper-humerals

One of the more puzzling things I’ve been researching have been superhumerals.  In the SCA, we have a tendency to make them out of fabric (because affordability), but I’ve now run into a second data point of what could be … Continue reading

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Omphaloskepsis: on asking questions and providing suggestions

It’s been kind of a crazy few weeks in SCA blog-land when it comes to arts and sciences and how we ask questions and do things and information transfer and how to act on social media.  Y’know, a light week … Continue reading

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Project Updates.

Things still to accomplish. Lined Skjoldehamn hood (Have cut out the wool and am working on getting it lined and assembled.  And finally.) Cutting out several Byzantine bone box blanks in preparation for turning into Byzantine box icons.  (It’s been. … Continue reading

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