THL Maria Pieknoplotno
Pronounced Med'-ee Pee-yank-nah-pwoot-nah

Inducted into the Fleur for: Costuming, Textile fibers and structures as they relate to the textile industry in the later Middle Ages (i.e. what was the thread count on the 20+ different species of broadcloth ca. 1300 or 1500; just how heavy was Arras 'says' as compared to Bruges 'says' with both compared to their contemporary broadcloth; finding comparable modern equivalents.)

Other Areas of Interest: Illumination, Pewter Casting, Pottery


  • Fabric 101: basic fiber identification testing
  • Fabric 102: fiber ID testing and structure identification
  • Basic hand-building clay techniques
  • Basic illumination

Current Group: Barony of Endless Hills

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