- Authorized on serger; happy to authorize others (this takes 15-30 minutes, maximum 2 people at one time)
- Authorized on commercial machine; have not used it on a project yet
- Will teach _basic_ sewing
- Current projects:
- Victorian sleeves for clockpunk costume
- Bustle & bum roll
- Elizabethan-style chemise
- Elizabethaneseque-style bodice
- Elizabethan caul
- Future projects
- Garb for the niece who will work at Bristol next summer: 2-3 additional chemises, 4 additional skirts
- Learn how to use the embroidery functions on the PS1 machine with the wheels
- Completed projects (including ONLY those primarily completed at PS:1)
- Two chemises (one for me, one for the niece)
- Two simple skirts (one for me, one for the niece)
- Norse wire weaving, also called "Viking knitting"
- Beaded necklaces and similar items
- Medieval/Renaissance jewelry designs
I own a Vagabond die cutter and a ton of stamps and inks and stuff and enjoy creating cards. I may bring in the Vagabond some weekend when I need a break from sewing.
This is something I want to do more of. I own some tools but have very little experience.
I haven't done much woodworking since college, but really want to get back into this.
Hey, there's a metronome near the bar, so I thought I'd mention it. I want to learn how to improve my sense of timing so I can conduct stuff.
I'm in the early music group Court & Country. We sing medieval and renaissance music, mostly a capella works (without instrumental accompaniment).
I'm authorized on the laser cutter, but don't know Illustrator very well.