Category Archives: Arts and Sciences

Scribal Open House Sunday 1pm

Reminder that this Sunday is a scribal at Alamanda’s beginning at 1pm.

The Wyewood scroll case has been most happily depleted and needs help from all skill levels to replenish.  Also, I will have Kingdom Charters that Their Majesties of An Tir need right away.  If you are new and want to try illuminating for the first time I have notecard designs that you can enjoy painting and practice color and brush skills on.  Or come for company and look through my library of books for scribal arts, costuming, tablet weaving, and many other areas of the medieval crafts we enjoy practicing.

Please email, call or text me at 425 306 6224 for address and directions.

In service, covered in ink splatters,
Alamanda de Claret, Wyewood Scribe

2017 Scribal Calendar

Greetings to the wondrous populous of Wyewood!

As the sun and moon gently spin and tumble, marking the passing of time, I want to ensure that your calendars are marked with upcoming Wyewood Scribal days.  This is a few different days that hopefully allow for more flexibility for those who work or would be returning from events on weekends.

Sunday, January 22 – afternoon from 1:00pm * hosted by Alamanda

Sunday, February 12 – afternoon from 1:00pm

Wednesday, February 22 – evening at Alamanda’s (pizza and greens for dinner)

Sunday, March 19 – afternoon from 1:00pm

Wednesday, April 19 – evening at Alamanda’s (soup and breads for dinner)

I also hope to be at more of the Friday ‘Full Contact Socials’ with my books and small practice kits.

Scribal workshops are open to new-comers and experienced Scribes alike with pen, ink, brush and paint available to try.

If you have questions about the scribal arts or need the address and directions to my home please email me at claretcup01@ hotmail. com or call/text 425-306-6224.

In service,

Lady Alamanda de Claret

Wyewood Scribe

Arts Unframed Staff Needed

Greetings Wyewood,

In order to prepare my event proposal for Arts Unframed 2017, I need to have some basic event staff in place.   Please let me know if you can fill any of the following positions:

Gate Manager – Arranges staffing of gate, brings appropriate seed money and paperwork, makes sure paper work is completed correctly and that gate monies come out correctly at the end.

Lunch Coordinator – Plans a lunch menu and arranges for preparation and service of lunch.

Deputy Event Steward – Various support tasks such as preparing Crier copy, creating and disseminating  electronic and hardcopy advertisement, arranging for storage materials to come on site and return appropriately, and arranging for event staff (other than lunch and gate) as needed.  I consider this a necessary position as I am strongly considering going back to school next year and will need the support, and this is the last year I will run the event so this is an excellent opportunity for someone to learn it.

Please respond if you are interested in any of these, or if you have questions about these positions!

In Service,

Esclarmonde

Culinary Feast Prep

Good Day Lords & Ladies,

*Theme:* Feast Prep (Chopping & Cooking for Feast)

*When:* Wednesday September 28nd 6pm – ?

*Location*: 4412 S 160th Street Tukwila, WA 98188 (please park on the
street in the pull outs)

Address is a little hard to see, but there is a yellow post in the shared
driveway with 4410 on it and I am the house in the front.

Looking forward to seeing everyone.
Have a great week.

Maura da Vicopisano

Are you ready for 12th Night? We can help! please forward this email far and wide

Whether you need inspiration, help, or just get it done kind of nudge please come and join us for Part 1 in series of classes.

**Sept 9, FCS: “Twelfth Night Outfit Prep: From Illumination to Garment”,
part 1.” This week at FCS! Yes this Friday in Wyewood we will get started on that special garb.

Join Adrianna the Fierce in figuring out a new outfit to make in time for
Twelfth Night. In session one, we will talk about sources, scaling from an
illumination, and rough pattern making tricks for clothing from early to
about 1450.

If you bring your pictures of chosen costumes, patterns you’d like to
modify, crap fabric or muslin, sharpie, measuring tape, we can see how far
along we can get each other in stage one, mapping it out.

There will also be a support Facebook group for twelfth night new outfits to
help everyone when they get stuck and to share tips, trade fabrics, talk
about where to get fabric, etc. Remember, you don’t have to dress in your
persona for twelfth night; you can do whatever you want.

Our FCS and Business meetings are held at the United Christian Church at 15509 116th Ave SE in Renton (near Benson Hill Elementary school).

In Service,
Lady Constantia in der Lachun
A&S officer for Wyewood

Upcoming Events

Oct. 14 – FCS: “Twelfth Night Outfit Prep: From Illumination to Garment”, part 2.” Are you ready for 12th Night Court? Is your court dress in need of primping? by Adrianna the Fierce, the new Wyewood A&S Champion.

November 11th, FCS: “Twelfth Night Outfit Prep: From Illumination to Garment”, part 3.” Are you ready for 12th Night Court? Is your court dress in need of primping, by Adrianna the Fierce. In the series of taking a source to a wearable garment. Rectangular construction and How to get the most out of your material. Actual cutting of pattern or fabric and start the sewing.

Consult Table at Arts Unframed

Looking for help or feedback on A&S projects or research? Bring your questions to the Arts and Sciences Consult table at Arts Unframed, October 8 in Wyewood. Here is a schedule of when our expert artisans will be available to give feedback and guidance on your current and potential work at the Arts and Sciences Consult Table.

9:30 AM – 11:30 AM
Mistress Elizabeth Blackdane – Costuming, esp 16th century; basic research
Sir Michael Richard the Tall- Shoemaking, leatherworking
Sir Stefan of Pembroke – Metalworking, esp. lost wax and bronze casting
Mistress Alisaundre ni Feidhleimeidh dal gCais – Performing arts

12:30-2:30 PM
Dame Madrun y Gwehyddes – Weaving, bookbinding, embroidery, kumihimo, leather tooling
Countess Elisabeth de Rossignol – Culinary, costuming
Baron Duncan Angus MacDonald – Ceramics
Mistress Eulalia Piebakere – Culinary, 13th and 14th century culture, research papers

2:30-4:30 PM
Mistess Isolde de la Vielle-a-Roue – vocal and instrumental music, costuming
Magistra Turrean ni Chaoilte dal gCais – Scribal arts
Mistress Annisa Elisabetta Gabrielli – Scribal arts, equestrian, 14th c. costume
Marquessa Laurellen de Brandevin – costuming, oil painting, embroidery, jewelry

In Service,

Dame Esclarmonde de Porcairages

Fiber Night! New Location

Reminder that Fiber Night is tomorrow (Thursday) at a new location! It’s the Starbucks near Ikea and the archery range. The address is 8825 S 180th St, Kent, WA 98032. It is on the south side of 180th between Baja Fresh and Jack in the Box. Starts at 7:00.

Last Installment of Basic Heraldry at next FCS

At the next FCS on Friday, May 13, I will hold the last installment of my basic heraldry class. This series is great for those studying for sergeantry trials, those wanting to design their own devices and badges, those interested in joining the heraldic community and anyone who just likes to learn!
The upcoming lesson will include how to use and blazon the various types of charge groups that can appear in a device, such as primary, secondary, tertiary, overall, and strewn charges. I will also discuss some common style issues. Interactive blazon practice will be part of the instruction. There is no cost of the class. Bring note taking materials if desired.

Esclarmonde de Porcairages

Project Day at the Greywolf Den!

Saturday, February 27th, beginning 11am

Our home is 3 miles east of archery and 1 mile due south of the social on
SE 184th St – shields will be near the mailbox to help you find your way.

Dinner will be spaghetti, bread and salad.

We have lots of area for sewing, scribal or other projcts.

Kids are welcome – we have a play room.
Fighters are welcome – we have a large backyard.
Food is welcome – we love to share.

-Liadain and Ramon