Saturday, April 29, 2006 – 10:04 PM by Jenn
Hurrah have made a teeny shift for daughter- just need to blackwork the collar and cuffs whch I can add later.br /Been trying to find something out about the person that I am this year - Anne Clopton (nee Barnardiston, d1607) of Liston Hall: wife of William Clopton (c1540-1612). ...
Friday, April 28, 2006 – 10:04 PM by Jenn
How does the maths on this work then? I have made at least two shifts every year since say 1990 or there abouts which means that I should have around 30 now - allowing for natural wastage say 1 shift every three years (5); losing them at the same rate (5) and throwing out anything ...
Wednesday, April 26, 2006 – 7:04 PM by Jenn
I am sorry -crocodile/dog/elephant ate my password and I just couldn't log on at all. Although haven't that much re-enactment since October (too cold)br /Did a medieval event at Lincoln over the Easter Holidays - and it was fairly cold at night. Apart from that have been ...
Wednesday, April 26, 2006 – 4:04 AM by Annis Webster the dairymaid
Wow! although being a week after it finished I can still remember a majority of it and I still LOVE it!! It has to have been the best mini-event I have ever been to!It ran from Friday 14th April to Monday 17th April.br /I spent my time in the Dairy making some wonderous shapes from ...
Wednesday, April 12, 2006 – 4:04 PM
On Monday night I went to Grays in Essex for a screening of our film Bata-ville (made very near to Grays) whilst waiting for the film to finish (I've seen it too many times to sit through it again!) I looked round the museum that's also in the Thameside Theatre complex. As well as a Land Army uniform and some nice leaflets about killing rats "they are doing Hitler's work" they have this wonderful 3D model (from the 30's I heard) depicting Elizabeth's 1588 visit to Tilbury. This photo shows just a small section of the model, all carefully crafted from paper, card and string ... the docks at Tilbury look pretty different these days.
Saturday, April 8, 2006 – 3:04 PM
It certainly feels like spring here today ... The start of the 40's year. I have 'new' (to me) shoes to show off and Kentwell have new piglets!