We had a productive week and then some fun interactions on Project Day this week. There are a lot of the usual links in the report, plus herb stuff, embroidery and sewing, and 3D printing.
This week is Potluck, so we’ll be concentrating more on food things. We have a duck that we might get a chance to try to do something with and there’s an interesting leek and pork dish, also.
All meetings are on hold for the moment, although Project Day and the Monthly Potluck are being held in the Virtual Realm. We’re also doing mini-potlucks, just Anja & Loren and one other “pod” at a time. Let us know if you’re interested!
When will we be able to do these in person? We’ll probably keep right on with the virtual ones side-by-side with the actual.
- Herb Bunch – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 11am-1pm
- Sewing Time – At Ancient Light, Saturdays, 3-5pm
- Project Day – At Ancient Light, Sundays, Noon to 6pm
- Cheese and Wine happens irregularly, usually announced with little notice on our Facebook group.
- Next Virtual Potluck – 5/16, 6/20, 7/18, 8/15, 9/19
- No Winter Feast in 2021. We’ll revisit for one in 2022 sometime in the next two months.
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/
- A Master List for finding classes, webinars and other things – https://moas.eastkingdom.org/list-of-online-webinars/?fbclid=IwAR20OE8b6vvYKvmwrqwpule27szarZ7EPV-8R72F1eV2CxcdmOXQhZf9ayk
- May 22 at 8:30 AM PDT – May 23 at 9 PM PDT – An Tir May “Crown” Grand Ithra 2021 – Free – Facebook Live – Event by Sheila Louise Wright, Alysa Harron – Welcome one and all to An Tir’s MAY “CROWN” GRAND ITHRA, May 22 & 23, 2021. – There will be classes for everyone, themed discussion salons, social rooms, bardic and COURT with our Long-lived Majesties, Christian & Helene. All classes are FREE and Ithra credits given for classes taken or taught in An Tir and in your home Kingdom as they allow. Student registration will open on May 8th and a schedule posted at that time. https://www.facebook.com/events/373200300521935/
- Jun 5 at 7 AM PDT – Jun 6 at 3 PM PDT – Sparkly and Shiny – https://www.facebook.com/events/467194268026910
- Known World Science Symposium – JUN 25, 2021 AT 8 AM PDT – JUN 27, 2021 AT 11 AM PDT – Barony of Gryphon’s Lair – https://www.facebook.com/events/456485881710498/
Other Good Stuff
Knowne Worlde Entertainment Guide – KWEG – Entertainment List – https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1xEZAwCca4IQham3TpxfWnonQscG668mmYgIMA18YZ-E/edit?fbclid=IwAR3UAXblIOd9u-N5IKtJNLzLFS52KPibZEAuwoDHjWzFoCtN_gDHETI9iCo&fbclid=IwAR2rPB-dkaGPgC11XOEHxYuA5AXE5MWSaRXCW2I-D1YCs-oWwB1Co0xwzKc#gid=0
Dance Vids – Medieval Dance Demo: Vito Di Cholino – Rachel Lorenz – The Creative Contessa dances Vito Di Cholino with her Condottiero and Lady-in-Waiting. Vito Di Cholinois by Gaita Medieval Music and can be found on their music release “The Queen of Measures”. The exit music is Principessa by Gaita Medieval Music; it can also be found on their music release “The Queen of Measures”. Both are available via their website at http://www.gaita.co.uk or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Early Week – Not much going on. Moving plants to home and continuing on embroidery. Started a ball.
Cookery – Starting to think about potluck. We want to do the duck and the rique-manger looks promising.
Sewing – Started on a ball, finished the seam ripper case, but still needed pictures.
Dress Historian Recreates Margaret Tudor’s French Hoods – The Welsh Viking – The famous Tudor era French Hood is frequently misunderstood and a challenge for new and experienced costumers alike. Thankfully, we have the amazing, knowledgeable dress historian and historical costume maker Perin from Isabel Northwode Costumes to teach us all about them! Join us for this special edition as she teaches us how these wonderful and mysterious garments developed from earlier medieval hoods, how they could have been made, and why they’re a much easier costuming project than you might have thought – all by looking at new and exciting historical resources from Renaissance Scotland! Dig out your silk velvet and your finest linen (or a tea towel) and get ready!
Herb Bunch – Gradually getting the plants moved an set up.
Before I even got there!
Helen Louise was working on a summer blouse. >>>
Arlys – “Posting early because kids coming later. Currently playing around with one of the emblems from the Oxburgh hangings. This involves some some conjecture and reconstruction, owing to degradation. Also known as playing with colored pencils.”
“I’m working on reconstructing a pattern from one of the Oxburgh Hangings. Parts of this particular one are degraded, so it’s an interesting challenge. Hooray for colored pencils and erasers! One of the really neat things about this particular one is that you can see how Mary did the cruciform edging.”
Anja got a very bad photo of her embroidery stuff and then pulled out the sewing project (buttons on a mundane dress.)
She also posted earlier, “I’m working on a black wool hooded mantel with rectangular construction. Sewing the seams with gray wool yarn/thread. I’ll post a picture later today. If I can find a finer darker red, I’ll embellish it.”
Gudrun (edited and used with permission) – “I’d join the project day thing, but I’m mucking about with my printer to get everything perfect before I start making some neat prints that could be displayed with SCA stuffs. I’ve been making calibration cubes with a white PLA lol. I’m -.1-.2mm off on most sides though. 20mm cube lol.
The translation is a bit off, but it’s followable.
Rique-Manger – France, XIV century– 1 apple– 2 eggs– 1 tablespoon butter– 1/4 tbsp powder fine *– a pinch of saffronWe peel the apple and cut it into a cube or slices, throw it into the pan, water it with a small amount of water and cook it for a few minutes until the fruit softens slightly, we are draining. (I didn’t pour water, but I poured it into a cup, added a little honey and that way I received an addition to the dish in the form of a delicious compote. ))We roast apples for a while in the pan to get rid of the leftover water, add butter and fine powder and fry for a few more minutes for the fruits to take root. We stick eggs, add saffron and mix the whole thing until the proteins are cut.Serving warm, with bread.Today we have a guest at the Dwarf’s cooks by AgnieszkaENJOY!!!* powder fine: 3 tablespoons ginger, 2 tablespoons sugar, 1 tablespoon cinnamon, 1 teaspoon cloves, 1 teaspoon paradise grain (aframon can be replaced with pepper, just remember this one is less smoking)
Troubadours d’Italie, Italian Troubadours – Musica Medievale – Ensemble: Trob’Art Ensemble Album: Canso viva – Les Troubadours d’Italie XIIº et XIIIº siècles Video: Ms. 854
- RAIMBAUT DE VAQUEIRAS, Altas ondas que venez suz la mar
- BONIFACI DE CASTELLANA, Sitot m’es fort gaya la sazos
- RAMBERTI DE BUVALEL, Ges de chantar n.om voill gequir
- En sai la flor plus bella d’autra flor
- BERTRAN D’ALMANON, Un cavaliers si jaza
- SORDEL, Puois trobat ai qi conois et enten
- Ai las e que fan miey huelh
- PEIRE DE LA MULA, Dels Joglars servir mi laisse
- The Franciscan Friar who went to the Mongol Empire – https://www.medievalists.net/2021/05/the-franciscan-friar-who-went-to-the-mongol-empire/
- How the borders of Scotland changed in the Middle Ages –
- Out of Time, But Not Out of Tune – https://www.historytoday.com/archive/out-margins/out-time-not-out-tune
- Cancer rates in medieval Britain around ten times higher than previously thought, study suggests – https://www.medievalists.net/2021/05/cancer-rates-medieval-britain/
- Piers Plowman and the Great Uprising of 1381 – https://www.medievalists.net/2021/05/piers-plowman-great-uprising-1381/
- The Art of Courtly Love – https://www.medievalists.net/2021/04/art-courtly-love/
- Medieval Sámi were using draught reindeer, researchers find – https://www.medievalists.net/2021/04/sami-reindeer/
- Were medieval cities greener? Urban agriculture in the Middle Ages – https://www.medievalists.net/2021/05/medieval-urban-agriculture/
- ASXLVII = 24
- ASXLVIII = 88
- ASXLIX = 794
- ASL = 2138
- ASLI = 731
- ASLII = 304
- ASLIII = 146
- ASLIV&ASLV =230
- ASLVI = plus 4 puppets, 4 powder fort, 8 cheese spice and 9 powder douce packets, 1 kiss-lock pouch, 9 tiny bobs, 7 pincushions, 3 pins, 3 snip case w/snips, lucet cords, 25 pouches for block-printing, 1 medium pouch, 4 small pouches, 12 bookmarkers, 14 unfinished pincushions, 1 sewing kit (except for bone needle), varnished stuff (124), 2 emery strawberries, 1 woolen spool-knit cord, 48 key bottle openers
Total as a Household = 4061 handed off
In ministerio autem Somnium! Anja, graeca doctrina servus to House Capuchin
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