The MacSnood Saga
MacSnood is operated by Sara Dunham who is also
known as Lady Halena MacBean in the Society for
Creative Anachronism (SCA) which is a middle ages
re-enactment group with branches throughout the
U.S., Canada and parts of Europe. Because snoods
made of quality material were rarely to be found
in her area, she sought out a willing and able
teacher who did teach her how to make them well.
She found much to her delight that she enjoyed
making them. Her snood-less friends seeing that
her snoods were well constructed, as well as
attractive did then start requesting that she
make snoods for them also. She was encouraged to
go into business selling her fine snoods since
there were no snood merchants in her area, so
being an enterprising Lady she began offering the
snoods she so loved to make to the public as a
service to all the other snoodless ladies out
Since Lady Halena's persona surname in the SCA
and Sara Dunham's ancestral name is MacBean, her
Hubby suggested she call her business Lady
MacSnood for memerability sake, and wanting to
make him feel good she took his suggestion. She
has now been selling her fine hand made snoods at
SCA events and Renaissance Fairs now since 1997. She has customers
all over the United States and has sent snoods to four other
continents and several other countries. Go to her Contact
Page for outside US
have been worn by Alyssa Milano on her television show Charmed
and grace the heads of Cinderella's Ladies in Waiting in the
Disney Parade at their theme park in Florida.
here to see a picture of the Disney snoods.
pictures of two of the snoods that were worn by Alyssa on TV
follow these links to the pictures she put on her website of
To order one for yourself go to the Fancy
Beaded Snood page and scroll down to the Net Snood
pictured there. The Net snoods that she wore were the
adjustable cord style of Net Snood.
you wish to come see Lady MacSnood in person and
choose from her wide variety of in stock items go
to: Events Lady MacSnood
is attending to find out what
events she will be attending next.
Grandma Ella Corea wearing a snood with an
Set up for Business at an
Dominic helping out our first Gulf Wars in Mississippi.
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