The stormy weather appeared to keep quite a few people away today. However, those of us that were there made the most of it by consuming the rest of the gateau that I made the other day.
Martuccio exercised all his patience to sew seams by hand for his new paned hose - black, of course. Meanwhile Christine was sewing down gold cord onto a lovely red velvet bodice guarded in deeper red velvet.
Karen's been busy making yet more tablet weaving cards, and she told me about some new looms that she's been working on - it all sounds very exciting.
William de Wyck was busy investigating his tent for ongoing repairs - there was a lot of tentage, and he guessed that it could easily fit 100 people. Next time it's up at a big event, we'll have to find out whether it actually can! He took a break from this to show us his fabric stash, and discuss new garb plans with Christine.
I spangled a few more bobbins, before heading home to work on some more documentation and research.