Regalia projects

Over the years, I have worked on regalia for many of my friends and family. Unfortunately, when one does this, one gives the work away. I’m going to make this list here, then try and remember to track down what photos I can. Note that these are not yet in order. If you can lend me the use of your photos, or remember the exact dates of any of these events, please drop me a line at

Sister-apprentice Thorkatla, Pelican (Gilded Pearl event)

Sister-apprentice Allison (SRWC)

Brother-apprentice Henry Kersey (Pennsic)

Laurel Katheryn’s Pelican (SRWC)

Sister-apprentice Thorkatla, Laurel (Coronation)

Niece Cellach (who got Allison’s cloak)

Apprentice Tofi Kerthjalfaddson

Maunch medallions for Muriel and Kamilla

Friend Genevieve du Vent Argent

Apprentice Anne Grey

Apprentice Kamilla van Anderlecht

Apprentice Muriel de Chimay

Golden Seamstress project (Elizabet’s Maunch)

Mucking huge AE banner

Grand-apprentice Hrefna (?) (maybe not?)

Foster-apprentice Briony of Chatham

Friend Alexander Younger

Friend Alexander MacGregor, Pelican

Friend Brenwen the Fair

Friend Hedewigis Okenfussin, Pelican

Apprentice Caterina Gioacchini

Friend Amy Webbe

Grand-apprentice Branduph, Pelican



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