Ver. 1.0, 2019 This is an incomplete list of some of the questions we have asked on occasion to check our progress on some of our goals related to creating a welcoming environment for members. This can be done as a personal checklist, but might be more effective as […]
Ver. 2.0, 2019 How we help a newcomer should reflect what assistance a newcomer needs. This class suggests 6 points of discussion for someone helping a new member find their way to keep in mind as we help them find their path. The class also touches on the four […]
From the old SCA 2 seam T tunic to loaner clothing to buying clothing online, our new members and those who help clothe them have many options. This class will use the example of a tunic to talk about how we talk to new members about their SCA clothing needs […]
This class covers a model used to describe the different stages many potential SCA members pass through as they go from first contact with the SCA to being fully contributing members. This model can serve as a guide for discussing the needs of the potential members, needed resources, the goals […]
Vincent De Vere V1.0 2018 Goal: To provide to newcomers or people assisting newcomers a listing of garments that are relatively easy to make but that move beyond the 2 seam T Tunic in authenticity and historical scope. Description: The standard 2 seam T Tunic has been used for many […]
Ver. 2.0, 1/2/2020 This is an introduction to the SCAIowa project. A project to create and improve recruitment and retention infrastructure and strategies as used in the state of Iowa. […]
Handout describing how to make demo display boxes
Information from and handouts related to: Introduction to Metal Decoration on Finnish and Latvian Clothing Lady Margery of Penrith, Mistress Johanne Fisher Gate, Vincent De Vere Calontir – 2019 v1.0 In […]
Class on making adjustable loaner dresses.
A class handout encouraging people to plan garb improvements over time.