THL Morwenna ni Meachair

Inducted into the Fleur for: Leatherwork, Bookbinding

Other Areas of Interest: Metalwork (jewelry, functional hollowware & small-scale sculpture; Printmaking. Calligraphy & Illuminationl; Singing. Period methods of painting -both oil and tempera


  • Leather Carving
  • Period Methods of Leather decoration
  • Illuminating Celtic Spiral Patterns
  • Binding Books in Leather
  • One-on-one in her shop: metalwork techniques requiring special equipment, like silver casting, bronze casting, angle raising, torch soldering, chain making, chasing repousse and printmaking techiniques (such as intaglio and letterpress printing)

Current Group: Shire of Stormsport

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