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Photo
AtY-Alric and Astridr at Higgins.jpg
Ástriðr Sægeirrsdottir and Alric the Younger
Information
Resides: Barony of Stonemarche
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
Heraldry
Ástriðr Sægeirrsdottir Hearldry.jpg
Azure, two musical notes and a spool of thread, Or
Award & Office Badges

Introduction

I started attending small, local events in the early 1990's, with my husband, Alric the Younger. Mostly A Market Day at Birka and Legend's of Chivalry. Back in 2013, we decided to take our hobby to the next level by becoming members and haven't looked back, since. I love going to events where I can take a class on a craft or skill, that I wouldn't normally have access to.

Persona

Ástriðr is a Swedish woman from (roughly) the 11th century. She likes most things fibre related, especially hand embroidery, and loves to sing songs that her Irish companions have taught her.

Projects & Publications

A few years back, I learned how to make arrows

photo's to be added

I was recently asked to participate in creating Largess for the Stonemarche Gift Bags for visiting Royals at the 28th Market Day at Birka.

The Birka Project


More Information

www.athenasthimble.com

  • She also hosts a blog that focuses (mostly) on her needlework:

The Working Needle