Anja and Loren had a rough week, and it’s gotten worse, which is why this is so late. (Boosters and mundanity….) Also, there was a problem with the original report page and it had to be re-done.
Project Day is now open for in-person meet-ups as well as in the Virtual Realm! Potluck this month will be Virtual and Real-World! Herbs Workshop and Sewing are ongoing. Masks required. When will the rest of these open up in person? We’ll keep right on with the virtual ones side-by-side with the actual.
- Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Thursdays, 7am-9pm, doing incense
- Herb Workshop, In the Garden – Irregularly scheduled. Please ask to join the facebook chat!
- Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
- Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, 1 to 5pm
- Cheese and Wine happens irregularly, usually announced with little notice on our Facebook group.
- Next Potluck – 1/16
- Winter Feast LVI, Norse Theme. Page here – https://housecapuchin.com/winter-feast/winter-feast-norse-feast-as-lvi-february-2022/ More pages coming!
Here is the direct Portfolio link which has all the past Project Day reports and various projects, original here: https://housecapuchin.wordpress.com/portfolio/ and new one here: https://housecapuchin2.wordpress.com/portfolio/ and number three is here: https://housecapuchin3.wordpress.com/portfolio/
Misc – Pix from Coronet… lots more on the Summits pages
The original Summits charter
11th Night Winter Investiture
- Everyone has been asked to take their seats for morning court
- Thank you gift for Hospitality for opening their home.
- Duchess Elanor to be made a Laurel!!!!! To be made a Laurel tonight!! She accepts!
- Victor begins the process of Captain of Cats.
- Swearing in those fighting for Captain of Cats
Captain of the Cats Championship – Principality of the Summits AS 55
- Finals of the Captain of the Cats to begin soon between Regent Victor de Guers and Lord Bowen Doyle
- Best two out of three.
- Lord Bowen in the first.
- Lord Bowen VICTORY!!!!!!
Final Court of Their Highnesses Kenric and Dagmar
- Called forth the Order of the Summits
- Called forth is Viscount Seamus. Newest member of the Order of the Summits, Viscount Seamus!
- HL Nai with a Gryphon’s Paw
- Change over of Summit’s seneschal, HL Cassandra, stepping down.
- Viscount Seamus named as Summit’s seneschal
- HL Cassandra presented with Officer Grail!
- Tati presented with a Throne’s favor!
- Duke James presented with a Silver Barberry
- Nina granted entrance into the Order of the Heart of the Summits
- Lord Brynar (sorry for spelling errors) presented with a Gryphon’s Paw and Silver Barberry
- John Purchase receives a Throne’s favor
- Baroness Ayla Roth receives Gryphon’s Paw and Silver Barberry
- Lady Nina and Lord Lorenzo receive Gryphon’s Paws and Silver Barberries
- Lord Lorenzo also receives also receives entrance into the Order of the Heart of the Heart of the Summits
- Viscount Keith and Viscountess Ekat receive Throne’s Favors
- Robert Engleson receives Gryphon’s Paw and Silver Barberry
- Raif, not present, receives Officer Grail
- Baron and Baroness TP, Gryphon’s Paw!
- Sir Inar receives Gryphon’s Paw
- Fortune swears fealty to the office of Scribe
- Recipient of Gryphon’s Paw and Silver Barberry
- Mistress Mel announces winner of largess contest: Tymberhevene
- Mistress Mel receives Gryphon’s Paw and Silver Barberry
- RJ, not present, receives a Thrown’s Favors
- Duchess Ellis and receive Silver Barberry
- Alpine Court suspended
11th Night Investiture Court AS 55
- Royals are beginning to gather again for court.
- Swearing in of the Champions of State
- Order of Chivalry to swear Fealty
- Order of the Laurel to swear Fealty
- Order of the Pelican to swear Fealty
- MODs called to swear Fealty
- Royal Peers swear fealty
- Barons/Baronessess swear fealty
- Officers swore fealty
- Retinue to swear fealty
- Populace to sweat fealty or support
- New Captain of Cats, Lord Bowen Doyle!
- Jacob Redbourne receives Service Grail
- Seraphina Isabelle De Felius receives A&S grail
- Cedric Helmbreaker receives Martial Grail
- Queen’s court resumes
- Johanna of Wyewood receives Forget Me Not
- Diego de la Rosa receives an Award of Arms
- Exchange of Largesse
- Lord Bowen Doyle receives Goute de Song, now a Lordship
- Lady Brynhilddr, also receives a Goute de Song! Now a Honorable Lady!
- Luitgard entered into the Order of the Carp
- John Purchase receives an Award of Arms
- Elevation of Duchess Eleanor to the Order of the Laurel
- Investing of the first coronets of the Barony of Glyn Dwfn
- Ladyship Anna called forth and is made a Pelican!
SATURDAY, JANUARY 1, 2022 AT 3 PM – Tymberhavene Yule – Social Gathering – 1225 Ferry Rd, North Bend, OR 97459-3619, United States – Come join Tymberhavene and celebrate our winter festivities!!!
Feast and Socialization! You will need your vaccine card or Negative Test in the last 72 hours and government issued ID, as well as providing contact information. Masks are required.
Although the SCA complies with all applicable laws to ensure the health and safety of our event participants, we cannot eliminate the risk of exposure to infectious diseases during in-person events. By participating in the in-person events of the SCA, you acknowledge and accept the potential risks. You agree to take any additional steps to protect your own health and safety and those under your control as you believe to be necessary. See less
JAN 7, 2022 AT 2 PM – JAN 9, 2022 AT 12 PM – An Tir 12th Night 2022 – DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport – Tickets book.passkey.com/go/SCA22 – We welcome An Tir and the Known World to the celebration of our Crown and Kingdom. This grand celebration will be hosted by the Baronies of Wyewood and Madrone, on January 7th-9th, 2022 at the Double Tree by Hilton at Seattle Airport.
We are pleased to announce that room reservations are now open for An Tir 12th Night 2022. This grand celebration will be hosted by the baronies of Wyewood and Madrone, on January 7th-9th, at the Double Tree by Hilton at Seattle Airport. Our room rates are available for the 6th and 10th as well should you opt for a longer stay. The parking cost is contracted to be 50% off their daily rate, which at one time was $32 but may change before our event, thus an additional cost of $16/day per vehicle parked. Please understand this is an airport hotel, that dictates the parking market. You may reserve online with this link: https://book.passkey.com/go/SCA22You may also reserve by phone. Please call toll free (800) 222-8733. Reference the group code: SCR, or the group name: SCA 12th Night
SATURDAY, JANUARY 15, 2022, 9AM–7PM – Adiantum Mid-Winter’s Feast – The Long Tom Grange – Event by Barony of Adiantum and Nái Martyn
Public · Anyone on or off Facebook
Event Main Contact (Event Steward): Naible Martyn
Event site: Long Tom Grange, 25823 Ferguson Junction City, OR 97448
This is a Level 2: Branch Event where no Kingdom or Principality business is expected to be conducted event.
Join their Excellencies of Adiantum for a Midwinter Feast & Revel. It has been a long dark winter, but we are in this together. Let there be light, laughter, music and revelry.
All attendees will either show proof of full vaccination or show proof of testing within 72 hours of the activities pursuant to the Society’s Policy dated September 25, 2021.
“Although the SCA complies with all applicable laws to ensure the health and safety of our event participants, we cannot eliminate the risk of exposure to infectious diseases during in-person events. By participating in the in-person events of the SCA, you acknowledge and accept the potential risks. You agree to take any additional steps to protect your own health and safety and those under your control as you believe to be necessary.
March 11-13th, 2022 The West Coast Culinary Symposium is coming to Caid. It is a full weekend up at a Camp Wrightwood of culinary classes, hands on workshops, lectures and all things food (and drink). People from all parts of the Knowne World, from beginners to advanced cooks, travel to enjoy being around like-minded foodies and to geek out about historical cooking. All are welcome and encouraged to come and enjoy the event! Registration for this event is currently happening with early registration discounts up until January 3rd, 2022. All those that are wanting to either reserve a bed for the weekend or day trip, need to please register in advance. Registration link to Google Form: https://forms.gle/n2mDJbFihKLBoMAG6If you are wanting more details and updates on this event, please check out the FB event and add yourself to it as interested. FB Event link: https://fb.me/e/S6hsNi2N Hope to see you all there!
How To Celebrate Christmas…Medieval Style! | Tudor Monastery Farm Christmas | Chronicle – Chronicle – Medieval History Documentaries – Although Christmas was celebrated very differently in Tudor times, if anything the celebrations were even bigger. Historian Ruth Goodman and archaeologists Tom Pinfold and Peter Ginn turn the clock back 500 years to rediscover how the farms of Tudor England celebrated the 12 days of Christmas. While Peter and Tom decorate the farmhouse with holly and ivy, Ruth prepares grand banquets for the farm workers. The Christmas Day feast was particularly special and featured a pig’s head rather than a turkey as its centrepiece.
Christmas “Cheesecake” Treats From The 1700’s – Townsends
Early Week – A lot mundane stuff was going on, mostly holiday and some things for Anja and Loren’s shop. They *did* make a batch of leather thimbles and start another. Some of those will go for largesse, too, and Anja worked on embroidery.
Cookery – Another batch of the peas in a bag happened for the potluck, along with cod and glazed roots, plus a test filling for the “ship”. Anja also set up a bunch of pickles and set of veg to be frozen and ready to go. (more on all that below in “potluck”.
2.16 – Los hay a centenares que venden chocos por calamares – Fogones en la Historia – Receta de Cazuela de Calamares, sacada del tratado “Arte de Cozina” de Francisco Martinez Montiño. 2.16 – There are hundreds who sell cuttlefish for squid – Stoves in History – Cazuela de Calamares Recipe, taken from the treatise “Arte de Cozina” by Francisco Martinez Montiño.
Sewing – More embroidery during the week and more findings for the bookmarks.
Weave Along with Elewys, Ep. 23: Largesse on a Large Loom – Elewys of Finchingefeld – Making yards and yards of tablet weaving, made on a Monster Loom as a gift for Largesse.
Ideas on Where to Find & Examples of Recreated Historical Blackwork Embroidery Patterns – Lynne Fairchild – Here are ideas on where to find and recreate historical blackwork embroidery patterns, as well as providing some historical patterns that I have recreated myself.
Blackwork embroidery is a reversible embroidery stitch that is known by many different names and can be geometric in design. These various names include: Holbein stitch, Spanish stitch, double running stitch, kasuti stitch, and more!
In Tudor England during the 16th century, it had been referred to as Spanish stitch, until King Henry VIII divorced his first wife, Catherine of Aragon (who was Spanish). After that, the name blackwork was adopted for use to describe this particular type of embroidery.
Sundials, etc. – Loren’s been pecking away at the trims for the bookmarks.
Herb Bunch – We made ball sachets in the workshop. Garden tending was adding dirt to some roots that were backing out of the potting soil as it settles in the rain. No pix….too dark!
Project Day – Arlys apparently couldn’t find the event. She’s been having trouble getting House photos on the group to come up, too…. She said she did find her thread that she’d been hunting for.
Pretty much all Anja was doing was cooking. Loren worked on bookmark findings.
Feast Planning – Three test dishes this week. First, the revamped recipe for the peas, which worked just fine in a salted chicken broth. Two, the berry sauce for red meat, which worked well on the “longship fill” which was hamburger. Three was the cod with glazed roots. The veg were awesome as was the mustard sauce. The cod was disgusting. Gotta try again on that one or go for the poached halibut.
Potluck – Cooking didn’t start until way later than usual, both since the week was too busy to go shopping and Saturday being 11th Night. Then on Sunday Anja actually got started at about 3pm, so we ended up eating the main course at 11pm! Well, that’s what the nibbles are for….
- garlic butter
- pickles (5 kinds, plus pickled eggs)
- Peas in a bag
- Berry sauce for red meat (over mix of beef/grated carrot/onion, the “longship filling”)
- cod with glazed roots
- 100’s of 1000’s
Recipes – Can all be found from this page. https://housecapuchin.com/winter-feast/winter-feast-norse-feast-as-lvi-february-2022/foods-from-the-norse-viking-era/
Pictures are being added and updates on the recipes (as it says in the list)
More fabrics from Rosalie’s Medieval Woman!
Historical Textiles Advent Calendar
The King’s Singers – Gaudete (arr. Brian Kay) – The King’s Singers – To celebrate the Christmas season we’ve recorded a few of our favourite Christmas carols, for you to sing along with us from your homes. For Christmas Day (in what is certainly an unusual year for Christmas celebrations in the UK) we’ve decided to release this medieval carol, ‘Gaudete’ in an arrangement by our former bass Brian Kay. We’ve also included the score, for those of you who fancy joining our ranks for a couple of minutes!
Patrick Dunachie – countertenor
Edward Button – countertenor
Julian Gregory – tenor
Christopher Bruerton – baritone
Nick Ashby – baritone
Jonathan Howard – bass
Sound engineering & mixing: Nicholas Girard
�𝔯𝔬𝔣𝔯𝔬 – Medieval Christmas music from the Xth – XVth centuries – 𝔐𝔲𝔰𝔦𝔠𝔞 𝔐𝔢𝔡𝔦𝔢𝔳𝔞𝔩𝔢 – Ensemble: Ioculatores
Album: frofro – Christmas-music in the 10th – 15th centuries
Video: Omelie Latine, Département de Manuscrits Italien (XIVth cent.)
The ensemble Ioculatores joins forces with the pure voices of girls choir Schola Cantorum Leipzig to introduce the listener to the rich world of medieval Christmas music. Ranging from instrumental pieces featuring organ, harp, lute, ﬁddle and shawm to strictly vocal songs, this recording produced at the Romanesque basilica in Wechselburg gives an impression of the ideas people have always had of heavenly jubilation.
(from the booklet)
1 Veni, redemptor gentium, Text: Ambrosius von Mailand, † 397, Melodie: 12. Jh. (Einsiedeln, Stiftsbibl. 121), Gesang
2 In hoc anni circulo (instrumental), siehe Nr. 5, Fidel, Harfe, Lauten
3 Nun singen wir: frofro süddeutsch, um 1460 (Hohenfurter Liederbuch), Gesang
4 In dulci iubilo (instrumental), Schlesien?, um 1400 (Leipzig, Univ. Bibl. Ms. 1305), Schalmeien
5 In hoc anni circulo, Frankreich, 12. Jh. (Paris, Bibl. Nat. fonds lat. 1139), Gesang, Portativ
6 Concordia (instrumental) , Frankreich, 9. Jh. (Paris, Bibl. Nat. fonds lat. 17436/, St. Gallen, Stiftsbibl., Cod. Sang. 484 pag. 259), Portativ, Fidel, Harfe, Laute
7 Ave, mueter küniginne – Oswald von Wolkenstein, 1377–1445, (Innsbruck, Univ. Bibl. ohne Signatur), Gesang, Lauten
8 Vrœt ùch alle , süddt., 14. Jh. (Engelberg, Stiftsbibl. Kodex 314, um 1372), Gesang
9 Gabriel fram evene king, England, 13. Jh. (London, Brit. Libr. Arundel 248), Gesang, Fidel, Harfe, Flöte, Glockenspiel, Maultrommel, Rahmentrommel
10 Joseph, liber neve myn, Schlesien?, um 1400 (Leipzig, Univ. Bibl. Ms. 1305), Gesang, Fideln, Schalmei, Trumscheit, Schellentambourin
11 Sis willekommen, herre Kerst, Aachen, 14. Jh. (Erfurt, Wiss. Bibl. 4°), Gesang
12 Lætabundus exsultet fidelis chorus, Frankreich, 13. Jh., (Bari, Prosar der Sainte-Chapelle Paris, um 1250), Gesang, Fidel, Harfe, Laute, Flöte, Glockenrad
13 Ave mater, o Maria 10:09, Italien, 15. Jh., (Innsbruck, Univ. Bibl. ohne Signatur = Wolkenstein Ms. B), Gesang
14 O Maria, stella maris (instrumental), Adam de Saint-Victor, † 1177, Portativ, Schalmei
15 Hanc concordi famulatu colamus sollemnitatem, Notker Balbulus, † 912, (St. Gallen, Stiftsbibl., Cod. Sang. 376, nach 1050), Gesang
16 Eyn hillich dach und eyn hilch nacht unde eyn, salich nyge iar, niederdeutsch, 15. Jh. (Rostocker Liederbuch, um 1470, Rostock. Univ. Bibl. Mss. phil. 100/2), Gesang, Fidel, Harfe
17 Pois que dos Reys, Spanien, 13. Jh., (El Escorial, Real Monasterio de El Escorial, B. 1.2.), Gesang, Fidel, Harfe, Laute, Ûd, Zink, Schalmei
18 Redeuntes in idem re süddeutsch, 15. Jh. (Buxheimer Orgelbuch, um 1470), Orgel
19 Ave, maris stella, Frankreich, 12. Jh. (Colmar, Ms. 442), Gesang
Susanne Ansorg – Fiedel, Schalmei
Sabine Heller – Harfe
Alexander Dinter – Laute
Veit Heller – Orgel, Portativ, Glockenspiel, Zink, Schalmei, Trumscheit, Glockenrad
Kay Krause – Laute, Schoßfiedel 5saitig, Rahmentrommel
Sebastian Pank – Schalmei, Blockflöte
Robert Weinkauf – Gesang
Michael Metzler – Schellentambourin
Isle of Man Viking brooches go on display for first time – https://www.bbc.com/news/world-europe-isle-of-man-59703390