Things started slow on Sunday morning. While I got to bed at a reasonable hour some of our group got to bed at 4am! It’s not unusual for people to be getting UP at about 4:30am. And no, it wasn’t just the young ones! Lol.
I had a little more time on Sunday as we didn’t have the tournament and I was feeling a little better.
I managed to visit the 14th century encampment where I took a few videos.
Here is my friend tablet weaving:
The other videos I’m yet to edit, but I took some in the fantastic Historia encampment where they had a lot of artefacts on display. You can see some snippets of these videos in my highlights video here:
I also had time to watch (and video) my group running the Tournament of Strength and Skill, which I’m still editing the individual videos for but you can see the overview here.
Once again I had my fingerloop and spinning demos.
I was also really happy to see my first ever medieval dress worn again. This dress is about 13 years old and still has a lot of life left in it:
Actually, a few of my dresses were worn by people other than me. The tally over the weekend also included:
My green and gold silk cioppa (you may have spotted it on my friend in the first photo of this post.
My gold silk sleeves
My green sleeves
My jaffa dress (orange gironea)
My pink wool kirtle
I have a friend who has borrowed my brown giornea for the past few events but she had a new kirtle of her own for this event
I was really planning on doing some videos of me spinning, but unfortunately I was too sick on Thursday and Friday (also it was raining on Friday) to get them done. At my demo on Sunday I did manage to give and film an impromptu spinning lesson.
Now things are finally settling down from Abbey. Taking the shop is a lot of work. I had the event itself off from helping on the shop, but am still involved of course in the pre and post work which is significant. But I hope really truly to do some more videos soon. My husband bought me a bunch of spindles from a new (to me) shop so I hope to do a video review of each of them.