A blanket of crossbows by Max.
Functional Recreation from a 15c Painting.
Another Adaptation of Medieval Examples.
|Maunche award for Iain. Words, gilding, wax seal and medallion by Max. Calligraphy by Mickel.|
Yes; that article.
In the English style of the 16th century.
|Range Safety for Non-archers|
A well-intended snit.
|5 gallons of semi-sweet mead!|
Cat still not included.
Adaptations of a 16th Century example.
An Adaptation of Medieval Examples.
A 16th Century predecessor to Cribbage.
Justin du Couer
How Haus Wanderstamm builds turned chairs without a lathe!
|Fallen Between Two Stools|
A short article about the three-legged chair project.
|Any Fool Can Be Uncomfortable|
A collection of camping hints.
Published September 2005
lid converts into . . .
|Editor of "The Moonstone," the local SCA
Newsletter. Blackfox Award 2005!|
2004 & 2005.
Camping with the SCA is in tents.
May 1, 2005
on the Design of Crossbows|
February 27, 2005
December 31, 2004
Haus Wanderstamm builds adaptations of 15th Century examples.
A brief introduction.
Published September, 2004
|Gothic iron grill made with Christian's assistance.
Cat not included.|
| Wind Wall|
Portable Holes built by Tim!
Suite of Savonarola Chairs and Stools|
Adaptations of 16th century examples.
Based on period illustrations.
|Max and Mickel's
Easy, No-bake Pavilion|
Building a pavilion can be fun, easy, and affordable.
|Padded seat on a plywood, six-board box?
It was an early project!
||The lid slides open to reveal a dry-ice cooler. Cat
|Hourglasses framed in maple and cherry.|
|Max's first crossbows, built as Christmas
|The P-CCXXXIX Trebuchet launches a water balloon
towards Info Point.|
Great Northeastern War XV. July, 2001
The Tormentorum P-CCXXXVIII Trebuchet.
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