Ithronian Adventures #244 – Librarian Treasure

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Earl Crispin Falcon of Falconberg wishes to build a great city from the ruins of Old Kirk-Leigh. The efforts of the adventurers to date have secured much for the future of this city, including the Stone of Faith which shall one day form the heart of a great cathedral to the Seven in the city, but he wishes to create a great library as a centre of learning. And what is a library without its books?

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Snowdrops and bluebells – a heraldic overdress

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This is another April stash busting project that I am delighted to share with you all now that this has had several outings. You may recall in my “Spring Collection” post back in May I briefly mentioned a new white underdress and heraldic dress, which formed a great part of the weekend’s attire to my delight.

Here is the promised “more to come” post.

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Forty Crowns upon the drum – making a military inspired coat

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Now that we are well into fest season I can share one of my April sewing frenzy projects – a military uniform inspired coat for Ranger Aidan Dantes. Until now he was using Tungdil’s old banquet coat, which was nice as it had been hidden under the big old bushy beard.

But there is now a new banquet coat, and a new kit to share. So I hope you enjoy!

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Hear me Roar – This Girl Can (part 2)

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Back in 2016 I shared a post about my other hobby fencing – or rather Historic European Martial Arts (HEMA). I’d only been doing it for 6 months or so, and I was upbeat and enthusiastic and nervous about my new sport. Fast forward a couple of years and I have more news to share.

I am now a Scholar of the Hotspur School of Defence. Let me tell you a little more about what that means.

# thisgirlcan #hearmeroar!

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