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Betty Baumgardt
Hardanger Embroidery demonstration
952 Meredith Dr
Toms River NJ 08753 - USA
Phone: (732)270-3814
Heart to Hearth Cookery
The Swedish knackebrod is reproduced in the traditional manner using a brazier for heat on a tile board. The demonstration includes the rolling, cutting (with traditional tools) and cooking of the crisp bread with a display of already complete knackebrod. In addition, the 18th century Swedish recipe book will be on display opened to the knackebrod recipe.
PO Box 1162
Morrisville PA 19067 -
Phone: (215)219-9542
Lost Art Lacers of New Jersey
Lacemaker artisan.
Ann Marie Grunn
10 Master Street
Franklin NJ 07416 -
Phone: (973)534-0024
Norwegian Faering boat
Boat exhibit
8 Partridge Run
Washington NJ 07882 -
Phone: (908)887-4085
Pocono Mountains Forge
Blacksmith Bill Kucharski has been forging since 2013 and his accomplice Jenny Kucharski since 2014. This will be their sixth year demonstrating at Scandinavian Fest and showing off many of their Viking inspired creations!
262 Castle Drive
East Stroudsburg PA 18302 -
Phone: (973)756-5463
Rigr Crafts
Rigr Crafts is a husband and wife team out of Baltimore. Jackie and Shane Strobel are Viking age reenactors and educators who create historically based products for the modern world. Jackie creates historically inspired and replica jewelry in copper alloys and sterling silver. Shane, AKA Viking Jerk, makes all natural beard and hair care products inspired by the historically hygienic Danes! They are both knowledgeable on all aspects of medieval life including hygiene practices, craft work, weapons and armor, and more and they bring REAL Viking, Celtic, Roman, and Medieval artifacts to display and teach patrons about.
Tønder lacemaking with Pat Morris
Pat Morris is a bobbin lacemaker who has been making bobbin lace for 40 years and teaching it for at least 20 years. Taught by her Danish teacher, Gunvor Jorgenson introduced her to Tønder lace, a Danish lace from Tønder. Captivated by this exquisite lace, Pat has been to Denmark six times for the Tønder Lace Festival which is held every three years. Pat has taken bobbin lace lessons throughout Europe and the United States.
5 Stone Hedge Road
Belvidere NJ 07823 -
Phone: (908)475-3854
Viking Knitting
Demonstration of Viking knitting from all of Scandinavia
1704 Farragut Ave
Rockville MD 20851 -
Phone: (240)461-9271
Wire You Waiting
Viking knit jewelry and apron dress brooch beads Class: 11 am and 3 pm, $25/per person, 10 people per class. Viking Wire Weaving Bracelet. Sign up at booth for Wire You Waiting!
PO Box 314
Black Lick PA 15716 -
Phone: (814)341-1664