Sigridh Bengtsdotter

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Baroness Sigridh Bengtsdotter
Information
Resides: Barony of Buckland Cross
Status: Active
Awards: Order of Precedence
Heraldry
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Award & Office Badges
Award of Arms Companion of the Order of the Silver Brooch
Chronicler

Introduction

Baroness Sigridh Bengtsdotter

After several years of joking that I was SCA by marriage, I decided to join the fun and become involved on a regular basis. Upon Joining the SCA I promptly fell in love with the fiber arts, especially weaving and Temari. Mundanely known as Kirsten Becker, I am the Director of Churchville Nature Center and am married to Raymond Becker, know in the society as THL Aurddeilen-ap-Robet.

I am the 1st Baroness of the Barony of Buckland Cross

Persona

Swedish Viking

I chose the name Sigridh simply because I liked it, but Bengtsdotter has a special meaning for me. My maiden name is Benson and when my great-grandparents came from Sweden to the United States their last name was actually Bengtsson. So when I found Bengt on a period name list I was pleased that I could honor my family by using the SCA surname of Bengtsdotter

Offices, Positions & Awards

  • Chatelaine, Shire of Buckland Cross, 2013-2015
  • Minister of Arts & Science, Shire of Buckland Cross. 2015-2016
  • Chronicler, Barony of Buckland Cross, 2016-Present
  • Baroness of Buckland Cross


  • Award of Arms, 6/14/2014, East Kingdom War Camp, Brennan & Caoilfhionn
  • Order of the Silver Brooch, 12/15/2017, King's & Queen's Rapier Tournament, Ivan & Matilde

Event Staff & Classes Taught

  • Event Staff, Wrightstown Renaissance Fair
  • Event Staff, Mad Medieval Science Fair
  • Event Staff & teacher, Artisan's Village 2017
  • Event Steward, King & Queen's Rapier Championship 2017

  • Beginner's Inkle Weaving
  • Beginner's Tablet Weaving
  • Japanese Temari

Arts & Sciences Activities

  • Tablet Weaving
  • Inkle Weaving
  • Japanese Temari embroidery
  • Kumihimo
  • Finger Weaving
  • Basket Weaving
  • Sprang
  • Ridge Heddle Weaving
  • Mundanely I also love to crochet (boy have I made a lot of baby blankets over the years) and have also dabbled in embroidery and cross-stich

Photos of My Work

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