I make lots of different stuff- purses, shoes, weapons, furniture, turned wooden stuff, and various daily life gear. I've taken a break from reenactment for six years to raise my daughter, Stella, who will start kindergarten this fall.…"
I make lots of different stuff- purses, shoes, weapons, furniture, turned wooden stuff, and various daily life gear. I've taken a break from reenactment for six years to raise my daughter, Stella, who will start kindergarten this fall. Since my days will become free, I want to get my craft work back up and running. I haven't decided exactly what I want to offer, but I'm leaning toward mid 15th to mid 16th century stuff from artwork of the period( mostly
Durer and his contemporaries). I am really into kitchen gear too, so I may do a series of pieces from Scappi's book.
Anyway, I understand how much work Pennsic prep can be-I've been more times than I can count. For several years I worked with Historic Enterprises at the War. Are you going for business or pleasure?
By the way, have you ever been to the North Carolina faire?
Have fun at Pennsic,
I saw your Etsy site- very nice work! I am a craftsperson and am thinking of getting hooked up with Etsy as well. Would you be willing to answer a few questions about your experiences with the site?
I have to say that I love your work! I been surfing around the internet, searching a LOT when it comes to this wonderful german style and I've come across your pictures all the time without knowing it was from the same person! Now it all sort of makes sense :D Your teal saxondress is my biggest inspiration right now.