Bomticc Tapestry

Once again I have bitten off more than I can chew


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Reply Joshua the Imperfekt
10:17 PM on July 6, 2016 
Truly an awe-inspiring work of art. Brilliant, amazing, and astounding - very, very well done!
Reply Joshua the Imperfekt
10:15 PM on July 6, 2016 
Truly an awe-inspiring work of art. Brilliant, amazing, and astounding - very, very well done!
Reply Baron Simon Aaron of Windermere OP OD
6:37 PM on June 29, 2016 
Awesome to see in person at SCA 50 year.
Reply Briana Stonefield
5:35 PM on June 28, 2016 
This is a fantastic piece of work. I saw it at 50 Year and am thrilled to find this site with the explanation of the images.
Reply Aoife inghean Eoghain
4:43 PM on June 26, 2016 
Thank you for this beautiful and inspiring work.
Reply Baroness Allegra
2:33 PM on June 26, 2016 
It was an honor to see the full tapestry at 50 Year and to be given the tour by you. An amazing piece of work, beautifully done. It was obvious the love and care you put into this project, and I was glad so many people had the opportunity to see and appreciate it. Thank you!
Reply Countess Jane Falada of Englewood
12:06 PM on June 8, 2016 
Thank you so much for this historic work. I can only imagine the time it took and surely cannot wait to see it in person.
Reply Lady Anorra of Westcotte ~ Northshield
1:56 PM on January 15, 2016 
What a beautiful and inspiring work of art! I am in awe of your vision, your elegant stitchery, and your courage in taking on such a huge project. We've only met in passing, but as I had endeavored to put my new-learned embroidery stitches to practice over the winter months, I now hope to someday converse with you over a cup of coffee about your project. A truly magnificent part of SCA iconographic history. Vivat!
Reply Lady Hildigunnr Halldorsdottir ~Midrealm
9:57 PM on July 16, 2015 
This is the most amazing and inspiring work of SCA art I have ever seen! I fully and leisurely enjoyed it over two days of reading and viewing each panel, and came away feeling so moved and awed. I learned so much, and everything is pictured and told so beautifully! This is such an incredibly important work, so young members like me can learn the history and so it can be preserved and passed on to future generations. I agree with your statement in the last page; may we have 50 more years, at least! I wish there was a motto for the SCA as a whole; (there really should be!) but as there is none that I know of, I will have to settle for (but I mean this for everyone and not just for my Kingdom); DRACO INVICTUS!!! =D
Reply Baron Taly - Trimaris
9:57 AM on September 24, 2014 
Astounding and incredibly ambitious project - and you are accomplishing it!!!! I have been a Membersince AS 9 and this is the very finest piece of SCA art i have ever seen.
Trimaris is keeping up a Bardic History - The Book of Kings & Queens that might interest you: