Glass Bead Making was a hit, with several students interested in setting up their own shops.
Thank you to both Baroness Aine Chuiminn and Lord Sigurd Ericssonn for opening your home and workshop space for the class to use. Thank you to the Barony of Stierbach and the Canton of Sudentorre for the supplies. Thank you to Mistress (and Baroness) Blitha for use of some of her supplies as well. Thank you to my students for their patience and willingness to share. Everyone made beautiful beads.
The class handout and research resources can be found here.
First: My many thanks to Her Highness, Amirah Una for her time to allow me to measure her (for a garment) and discuss a concern I had. It was a pleasure to be of service to you, as the second herald, during your first ever (regency) court. I look forward to being of further assistance to you and (HH) Amir Dietrich.
Second: would like to thank my friends that helped me unload, setup, organize, display, tear down and load my car while I am fighting (with antibiotics) a sinus infection. I would not have survived the event without all your help.
Third: Thank you to everyone who took the time to look at my display and provide feedback and, yes, once I find a photo of myself that I like I will be adding it to this page as suggested. 🙂
Next up for me: Teaching Glass Bead Making on the 17th for my Barony, 3 garments and two scrolls for Defending the Gate.
…now if I can just get a steady internet connection….