Hrólfr á Fjárfelli was inducted into the order of the Fleur d’Æthelmearc for his work in Viking-Age textiles and fiber arts. Elska á Fjárfelli was given a writ to consider elevation for the Order of the Laurel for her research and writing about brewing, soap, and mead.
Hrólfr á Fjárfelli was chosen as Kingdom Arts & Sciences co-champion for his weaving and stand-up Viking-Age loom. Cornelia of Harford became Youth Champion for her inkle-woven shoulder strap and rabbit-skin pouch. Robert of Ferness was made a Companion of the Sycamore for shoe making. Maedbh ni Clerigh was inducted into the Order of the Keystone for her service in a … Continue reading Kingdom A&S Champions and Other Recognition
Gytha Oggsdottir was inducted into the Order of the Cornelian for her outreach and welcoming hospitality for newcomers and her kindness to new and old members of the Society. Matteo Pesci was inducted into the Order of the Millrind for his work as the backbone of Myrkfaelinn as seneschal, exchequer, autocrat, and marshal.