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Relics in Situ

Let History Be Your Guide

We research early modern needlework to learn about the lives of women and how they contributed to their world.


Through lectures and hands-on work shops, we share this information with other historical professionals, needlework enthusiasts, and anyone else interested in culture and craft of the early modern period.

Watch our introductory video to get a taste for what we do.

Lectures, Workshops, Products

Ready to learn?  We're excited to share our knowledge and hands-on experience with you.

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Lectures and Workshops

We're available to teach from 1-hour lectures to multiple-day workshops.  Go behind the scenes any of the institutions where we've researched, or learn hands-on techniques with period materials.  Check out our full range of offerings and prices.

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Products

Visit our Etsy shop to buy silk and wool threads in select period color palettes, or check out the other tools we have to make historical embroidery easy and accessible.

 

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Events

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American Historical Association
135th Annual Meeting

January 6-9, 2022

Sixteenth Century Society Conference

October 28-31, 2021

Guest Presenters to Special Topics in Material Culture

September 29, 2021

South Central Renaissance Conference and QEI Society

March 25-27, 2021

Contact Us

Have any questions about Relics in Situ? Get in touch with us today -- we'd love to hear from you.

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