A&S shines at Pennsic XL

There is more to the Pennsic War than battles. Lady Mary of Montevale, Features Reporter for the Pennsic Independent, visited the A&S Exhibit at Pennsic 40 and spoke with some of the artisans. (photos)

Lady Mary viewed displayed work from the various kingdoms including pottery from Atenveldt, costuming from An Tir, embroidery from the West, kumihimo button fasteners from the Outlands, tile work from Caid, illuminated scrolls from Æthelmearc, beadwork from Drachenwald, beaded embroidery from Ansteorra, a knitted Reliquary Purse from Trimaris, sugar paste from Ealdormere, pewter from Atlantia, an embroidered collar from the Midrealm, and English work embroidery from the East. The A&S display also included projects from the A&S 50 Challenge.