Alicia le Wilfulle
I currently reside in the Shire of Hartwood in Tir Righ, An Tir, in the area often referred to as "South Hartwood".
I have been interested in heraldry and the arts since starting in the SCA and have learned many different skills. I was once active in the rapier arts but had to retire due to a bad knee however my interest in the other areas has remained. I am constantly finding new areas to explore in the arts. I've become quite addicted to pewter casting (with soapstone molds) which lead to a sideline business Wilfulle Creations. Another recent passion is tapestry weaving and I have produced a few small pieces so far. I'm also exploring tablet weaving, fingerloop braiding, leather, scribal arts, sprang, applique, embroidery, wire weaving, etc. I also enjoy participating in Thrown Weapons.
I was elevated to the Order of the Laurel at 12th Night AS42 (Jan 12, 2008). Prior to that I was apprenticed to Mistress Linnet Kestrel.
My former apprentice Constance de Montbard was elevated to Laurel Nov 30, 2013.
I became An Tir A&S Champion March 7, 2010. I became member of the Order of the Raven of Tir Righ July 9, 2011. I successfully completed the Golden Swan persona challenge Oct 7, 2012. (for other awards, see my OP link in the profile box)
I am currently Branch Herald for the Shire of Hartwood. I have also been a principality consulting herald, principality submission herald, principality scribe and coronet scribe (all for Tir Righ) as well as the branch herald for False Isle.
Comments from others
Alicia is one of those creative sorts who is interested in many things and tries her hand at almost all of them. Due to an excellent eye and steady hand, she has made some lovely pretty things, their fairness not belying their usefulness. A woman of talent, she is also active in rapier arts, and not to be underestimated upon the field. She is often found in the company of the single most shy and mild-mannered Bard of the Known World, the retiring Stephen of Hunmanby.
Her personal website is http://www3.telus.net/jdharcus/SCA/