Marcele de Montsegur

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|photocaption = Maîtresse Marcele
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|location = [[Iron Bog|Barony of Iron Bog]]
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== Introduction ==
== Introduction ==
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Maîtresse Marcele de Montsegur was inducted into the Order of the Laurel in January 2004. She is also a companion of the Order of the Maunche and has a number of Seamstress-to-the-Crown acknowledgments. Her service to the arts is usually behind the scenes, with regular judging of research papers for A&S competitions and consistent and copious online instruction for those who seek her input. Her passion for the arts centers around 14th-century material culture with a focus on the clothing, accessories, and martial soft kit worn by Western Europeans. She occasionally gets enthused for 15th-century stuff too. Marcele's first two apprentices have been elevated to the Order of the Laurel: Angharad Rhos ferch Rhain and Angus Pembridge (fomerly Kerr). She currently has a teacher/student relationship with Lady Efa Pengrych of the Barony of Bhakail.
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Maîtresse Marcele de Montsegur was inducted into the Order of the Laurel in January 2004. She is also a companion of the Order of the Maunche and has a number of Seamstress-to-the-Crown acknowledgments. While active, her service to the arts was usually behind the scenes, with regular judging of research papers for A&S competitions and consistent and copious online instruction for those who sought her input. Her passion for the arts centers around 14th-century material culture with a focus on the clothing, accessories, and martial soft kit worn by Western Europeans. She occasionally gets enthused for 15th-century stuff too. She is still available through her website for assistance in 14th and 15th century tailoring. Marcele's two apprentices were elevated to the Order of the Laurel: Angharad Rhos ferch Rhain and Angus Pembridge (fomerly Kerr).  
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== Event Staff ==
== Event Staff ==
Incomplete list:
Incomplete list:
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La cotte simple: http://www.cottesimple.com
La cotte simple: http://www.cottesimple.com
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"The Tailoring of the Pourpoint of King Charles VI of France Revealed", Waffen- und Kostuemkunde 2013/2
How to Sew a Gore [into a Slit of Fabric]: Tournaments Illuminated, Issue 174, 2nd Quarter 2010
How to Sew a Gore [into a Slit of Fabric]: Tournaments Illuminated, Issue 174, 2nd Quarter 2010
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== More Information ==
== More Information ==
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Marcele won the [http://www.sal.org.uk/grants/janetarnold/ Janet Arnold Award] in 2011 to study an historical extant garment. She's writing the resulting paper now, and will be presenting it at the [http://www.leeds.ac.uk/ims/imc/ International Medieval Congress at Leeds] in July 2012.
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Marcele won the [http://www.sal.org.uk/grants/janetarnold/ Janet Arnold Award] in 2011 to study an historical extant garment. She wrote the resulting paper and presented it at the [http://www.leeds.ac.uk/ims/imc/ International Medieval Congress at Leeds] in July 2012.
Visit the  
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[https://www.facebook.com/pages/La-Cotte-Simple/116694178385181?ref=ts La cotte simple FaceBook page] for photos of Marcele's projects.
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[https://www.facebook.com/pages/La-Cotte-Simple/116694178385181?ref=ts La cotte simple FaceBook page] for updates on her interests.
Marcele has [http://eastkingdom.info/laurel/mugshot_gallery/display.cgi?0013 an entry] in the EK Laurel Mugshot Gallery.
Marcele has [http://eastkingdom.info/laurel/mugshot_gallery/display.cgi?0013 an entry] in the EK Laurel Mugshot Gallery.
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Houshold affiliations: member of Haus Von Halstern; friend to Pembridge; friend to Gryphonhaven.
 
[[Category:14th Century Personas]]
[[Category:14th Century Personas]]
[[Category:15th Century Personas]]
[[Category:15th Century Personas]]
[[Category:French Personas]]
[[Category:French Personas]]

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Maîtresse Marcele
Information
Resides:Barony of Iron Bog
Status:Inactive
Awards:Visit the Order of Precedence to access a list of this person's awards.
Heraldry
Image:deMontsegurArms.gif‎
Or, a bend fusilly between six crosses of Toulouse gules.
Awards & Offices
Companion of the Order of the Maunche,Companion of the Order of the Laurel, Golden Lyre

Contents

Introduction

Maîtresse Marcele de Montsegur was inducted into the Order of the Laurel in January 2004. She is also a companion of the Order of the Maunche and has a number of Seamstress-to-the-Crown acknowledgments. While active, her service to the arts was usually behind the scenes, with regular judging of research papers for A&S competitions and consistent and copious online instruction for those who sought her input. Her passion for the arts centers around 14th-century material culture with a focus on the clothing, accessories, and martial soft kit worn by Western Europeans. She occasionally gets enthused for 15th-century stuff too. She is still available through her website for assistance in 14th and 15th century tailoring. Marcele's two apprentices were elevated to the Order of the Laurel: Angharad Rhos ferch Rhain and Angus Pembridge (fomerly Kerr).

Event Staff

Incomplete list:

  • Childrens' Activities Coordinator, 12th Night, January 1999, Barony of Bhakail
  • Cook's assistant and server at high table, East Kingdom State Dinner for Darius and Roxane 1; Pennsic 31 (2002)
  • Cook's assistant and server at high table, 1st and 2nd Coronations of Andreas and Isabella, 9/30/2000 and 9/28/2002 respectively
  • Cook's assistant to Lady Olga Kafskaia and Mistress Juliana Von Altenfeld at multiple feasts held in the Barony of Bhakail
  • Event staff/setup helper, 12th Night, January 2003, Shire of Hartshorn-dale


Projects & Publications

Newest to oldest:

La cotte simple: http://www.cottesimple.com

"The Tailoring of the Pourpoint of King Charles VI of France Revealed", Waffen- und Kostuemkunde 2013/2

How to Sew a Gore [into a Slit of Fabric]: Tournaments Illuminated, Issue 174, 2nd Quarter 2010

The Pourpoint of Charles de Blois: An adapted sewing pattern for chest sizes 37-50 (available on lulu.com)

On Writing a Research Paper or Report for SCA Competition: East Kingdom Arts & Sciences website (http://www.eastkingdom.org/artsci/)

The Journal of the Armour Research Society (Editor); first volume, 2005


More Information

Marcele won the Janet Arnold Award in 2011 to study an historical extant garment. She wrote the resulting paper and presented it at the International Medieval Congress at Leeds in July 2012.

Visit the La cotte simple FaceBook page for updates on her interests.

Marcele has an entry in the EK Laurel Mugshot Gallery.

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