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Tutorial: How to pre-wash fabric

So, you’ve been shopping. You’ve got yourself some nice fabric which you’re planning to have turned into your brand new medieval clothing.

However, before you can cut your fabric out and sew it together you first need to pre-wash it. 857 more words


Event report: Flax processing workshop

Last week, some members of the Garrison along with some members of the Company of Chivalry went to Flaxland in the Cotswolds for a day workshop about flax processing. 483 more words


More medieval fashion

Thankfully the trapped nerve is getting better but slight complications have left me with numb fingers and a lot of pain in my right arm so have only managed a completely pathetic twenty stitches on a Christmas ornament in the whole of this week so there is literally nothing to see here. 364 more words


A visit to Little Bighorn

Branch treasurer Michael Taylor, recently attended a re-enactment at the Little Bighorn, and has kindly written the following introduction to next month’s lecture.  All the photographs were taken by Michael at the event. 397 more words

Bolton Branch Activities

Digging In at the Cathedral

Salisbury: 7th October 2017

They often hold exhibitions and displays in the Cathedral Close, Salisbury, and this time it was a little different. To commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Passchendaele, they showed a mock-up of a WW1 trench … with re-enactors on hand to answer questions. 68 more words


A Very Slightly Grand Tour - Part One

We have all read of the Grand Tour – the coming-of-age tradition for those of the wealthy classes from Western Europe in the 18th and 19th century. 362 more words


BOMB SET OFF at The Civil War Re-enactment in Middletown VA

October 15, 2017

WTOP News had reported earlier that there were written threats made before the Civil War Re-enactment Battle of Cedar Creek in *Middletown, Virginia. 330 more words