Lancaster Hall Hotel 35 Craven Terrace, London. W2 3EL
A study day to be held at Lancaster Gate Hotel, 35 Craven Terrace, London, W2 3EL. Early bird registration prices are for MEDATS members £38 and £44 for non-members. After Tuesday 17 October, booking for MEDATS members is £44 and the non-member price is £48. Tickets include a light lunch, tea and coffee.
The Re-construction of Early-medieval Embroidery: how making can inform our understanding of maker processes
Dr. Alexandra Makin, FSA, FRHistS
What Can We Learn from the So-called St. Louis Shirt?
Dr. Tina Anderlini, CESCM, Poitiers
Knitted Liturgical Gloves: evidence revealed by reconstruction
Lesley O’Connell Edwards, Independent Scholar
Lunch (provided) and viewing presenters’ displays
Reviving the Lost Wardrobe of Catherine Jagiellon: Insights from Written Sources in 1562-1563
Nina Manninen and Nana Asten
The Historical Reconstruction of Margaret Layton’s 17th-Century Embroidered Jacket
Learning through Reconstruction: The 17th-Century Body
Dr. Amy Miller & Alison Beadnell
“an unstitched coif…” echoes of creative freedom through contemporary embroidery practice