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The Traditional Spinster: Experiencing History Through Reenacting

The Traditional Spinster: Experiencing History Through Reenacting

Today we interview Karen Hainlen. She is a professional spinster (in the traditional sense of the word) — making her living at spinning, weaving, and knitting. Her business, Apple Cart Creations, specializes in handcrafted reproduction 18th century clothing. In this video she shares with us her experiences in getting started, and how she has turned reenacting into a vocation. In addition, she has great advice for those interested in getting started in historical reenacting.

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  1. It was neat listening to her talk about the safety aspect for kids. I’ve done Renaissance Fairs for years, including bringing my kids and have found the same aspect of safety there as well. It was great to hear her story.

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