Aveline de Ceresbroch

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Aveline de Ceresbroch at the 2016 Quest for the Golden Seamstress competition
Information
Resides:Barony of Shadowed Stars (Fort Wayne, Indiana)
Status:Current Member
Awards:Visit the Order of Precedence to access a list of this person's awards.
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Persona

Honorable Lady Aveline de Ceresbroch is a 12th Century Franko-Norman noblewoman from the northern port town now known as Cherbourg, France.

Often times, Aveline will wear the garments of her many-times-over-great grandmother, Annika, who hailed from 10th Century port town of Birka on the island of Björkö in what is today known as Sweden.

Offices & Positions

Minister of Arts and Sciences, Barony of Shadowed Stars (May 2017 to Present)

Deputy Seneschal, Barony of Shadowed Stars (October 2017 to Present)

Acting Seneschal, Barony of Shadowed Stars (October 2017 to April 2018, during Baronial Polling)

Deputy Minister of Arts and Sciences, Barony of Shadowed Stars (March 2016 to May 2017)


Miscellany

Interests and SCA-Related Hobbies

Textile arts (sewing, weaving, embroidery, patternmaking, dyeing, and period sewing tools research);
Studio arts (bookbinding, papermaking, quillmaking, illumination);
Research (sewing and textile tools, Norman trim motifs, cooking and herbs and spices, Norman era, Viking era, Western Roman Empire era);
Period games (Hnefetafl, Nine Men's Morris, Ashtapada, Mancala, Pochspiel, Gluckhaus);
Archery; and
Largesse making.

Classes Taught

History of Period Sewing Tools
How to Make Pants: Straight-Legged Pants
How to Make Pants: Salwar Pants
How to Make Pants: Rus Pants
How to Make Pants: Thorsbjerg Trousers
Deciphering Cyrillic: How to Read, Transliterate, and Translate the Cyrillic Alphabet

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