Baroness Janina's Display on 16th Century Period Samplers Challenge
Baroness Janina's source of inspiration for turtle embroidery design
Baroness Janina's turtle design
Beatrice Sydney with her chocolate display
Beatriz de la Oya (formerly Beatrice Sydney) with her chocolate display
Beatrice Sydney and Violante de Saint Sebastian.
Baroness Rhonwen's beautiful display of 16th Century Sampler's Challenge
Isabel of Tir-y-Don's sampler for the Sampler Challenge
Isabel of Tir-y-Don and her display
Info needed for this display. I believe this was the team entry for the Chain of Supply, with the carded, woven, and dyed wool and silk.
Rebekah of Samandar's entry for the "Disgusting Challenge"
Rebekah of Samandar's entry for the Herbal Challenge
Ludgwig von Thausel (sp?) and his printing press
Vitha and Eibhlinn discussing the Cheese Challenge
Marcellus and Elspeth with the cheese press (by Marcellus) and the cheese mold (by Arhyle Buchanan), as part of the Team Cheese entry for the Chain of Supply Challenge.
Shoes by Gabrielle Sendel
Gabrielle Sendel and her display
Whitework and cutwork by Gabrielle Sendel
Sophia Kress and her display
The Carmen Miranda Coronet -- View 1
The Carmen Miranda Coronet -- View 2
The Carmen Miranda Coronet -- View 3
Edward de Clare and Flaithri. Demo on Western Martial arts as part of the Challenge issued by Roslind Delamere
Blitha of Wolfhau's display on the history of needlecases.
Entry on the "Needful Things" challenge. Name of artist needed. UPDATE! The artist has been identified as Caristiona. Thank you!
Mariana Francisco's pewter casting.
A beautiful Baroness.
A spray of Laurels?
And His Excellency arrived. What a cute couple!
This picture was totally gratuitous. I just liked the colors.