The Library

Here is where you will find links to many of my class handouts as well as selected
notes on books and other classes.

Classes by Topic:

 

Pictish Topics

Pictish Bread
PictishGown
     Iohanna’s Quick and Dirty Pictish Gown Worksheet
Pictish Life
Pictish Symbols
PictishWorld
The Well-Dressed Pict

Early Period Children

Norse Child Project (large files, so split into four documents)

     Part 1
     Part 2
     Part 3
     Supporting Docs

Toy Instructions and Patterns
Viking Toys – Balls
Viking Toys – Wooden Horses and Swords

Food and Drink

Pictish Bread
Sekanjabin

Alphabetical List of Classes:

Basic Sewing Skills
Building An Authentic Kit
Eithni’s Magic Veil Stitch – EMVS
Entering and Judging A&S
Event Steward 101
Geektastic Challenge Guideline
Griffin Needle Challenge Event Guideline
Griffin Needle Challenge Judging Template
Handsewing For Adults
Handsewing For Kids
Late Costume Resources
Leak Your Geek
Natural Dyeing
Norse Child
     Part 1
     Part 2
     Part 3
     Supporting Docs
Pictish Bread
PictishGown
     Iohanna’s Quick and Dirty Pictish Gown Worksheet
Pictish Life
Pictish Symbols
PictishWorld
Planning An Elevation
Planning A garment
Pretty & Period Shirt Pattern
Quick & Dirty Shirt Pattern
Reasonably Period Pants Pattern
Researching Obscure Time Periods
Research For Costumers
Resources for 15-16th century Costumers
Sekanjabin
Simple Skirt Pattern
Site Investigation Template
Uberlist, The – the ultimate SCA packing list
Viking Toys – Balls
Viking Toys – Wooden Horses and Swords
Waterbearing
Well-Dressed Pict, The
Whipcording
Writing Documentation

Eithni’s event and activity guidelines:

Generic Site evaluation 
Site Investigation Template

Griffin Needle Challenge (Sewing Competition)
Griffin Needle Challenge Event Guideline
Griffin Needle Challenge Judging Template

Geektastic Challenge (High-level A&S Competition)
Geektastic Challenge Guideline

Other folks’ class handouts 

Please see the The Guest Hall

Eithni’s Content that Needs a Home 🙂

A Matter of Scale

The Stacks

There are now several book-cataloguing sites available on the internet, but I have chosen to use LibraryThing. I have found it to be an easy-to-use and versatile website and the options for library voyeurism are wonderful. Please feel free to do some shelf-reading! Go to Eithni’s collection