Artisans

Betty Baumgardt

20


Hardanger Embroidery


Bobbin Lace Making

44


Demonstration of Swedish bobbin lace making.


Carl E. Johnson

37


Woodcarving in the Scandinavian style


Heart to Hearth Cookery

361


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.


Jan Doyle

242


Jan Doyle is a master weaver who teaches at the university of Rhode Island and facilitated the master weaver program at the Carolina Fiber and Fiction Center. She is a member of the Nordic Weaving Network recently founded in Jyderup Denmark.


Lavinia Trimmer

253


Embroidery from the Hardanger fjord area of western Norway. A very precise counted embroidery worked on even weave fabric. Used to decorate household linens and clothes. Lavinia is a member of the Garden State Chapter of the Embroidery Guild of America.


Pocono Mountains Forge

226


Blacksmith Bill Kucharski has been forging since 2013 and his accomplice Jenny Kucharski since 2014. This will be their fourth year demonstrating at Scandinavian Fest and showing off many of their Viking inspired creations!


Wheat weaving and straw art

637


Linda Beiler has been working with wheat straw for over 20 years. She is a juried member of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen, Reading/Berks Guild of Craftsmen, Lancaster Designer Craftsmen, and is on the roster of Artists in Education with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and Young Audiences of New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. In 2009, her book, Wheat Weaving & Straw Art was published as a book in the Heritage Crafts Series by Stackpole Publishing. Linda is a member of the National Association of Wheat Weavers, an international organization dedicated to preserving and promoting all types of straw art.