Greetings! Seems like an excellent idea! Regarding your text, I think it could be useful to name the projects included (numbering or similar will do). PeopleMessage 1 of 48 , Jul 1, 2002View SourceGreetings!
Seems like an excellent idea!
Regarding your text, I think it could be useful to name the "projects"
included (numbering or similar will do). People who take care of the
booklet project, for example, might not be the same as those with the
"make garb for gold key" project or the "petition for clarification of
As to the booklet, a few days ago Effingham (are you still here?)
appeared on the Rialto saying that he'd like to work on a re-write of
the Known World Handbook but in the past had got no answer from the
relevant people. That's a worthy cause and I bet there are also others
interested in improving the thing so that might be a way to get the
booklet and do away with some of the less historic "official" info in
Alternatively, the project could get started anyway and be published
independently if the SCA Inc won't take care of that (I favour
web-publishing with the option of getting paper copies at cost,
myself - like with the miscellany, etc.).
I'm a jack of all trades and so not really good at anything in
particular but I'd be happy to help with editing or html'ing or
whatever I can do honorably and in spurts (spare time - what's that?).
All the best!
Tom Knighton wrote:
... EEEPPPPP!!!!!!!!! Great! Now I ll never escape! *resigned sigh* I m considering doing this because my laurel is a German who was shipped to England at aMessage 48 of 48 , Jul 18, 2002View Source
> >Gee, Despina, don't you want to throw in a couple of hand-sewn courtEEEPPPPP!!!!!!!!! Great! Now I'll never escape! *resigned sigh*
> Elizabethans in there?
> >If Gwendoline reads this, I'm a marked woman and it'll be your fault
> Laurensa. I'm considering doing a couple of Elizabethan skirts and
> doublets for an alternate English persona. *blush*
>I'm reading this late but, I've got you now. <G> I believe you would be
>more comfortable in kirtles and doublets since I will argue the skirt
>issue with you. : )
I'm considering doing this because my laurel is a German who was shipped to
England at a young age in an agreement for his apprenticeship to a jeweler
and painter and his wife is English all the way. I just thought it would
be cool if I surprised them by doing a persona shift to their island for an
outfit or two. *grin*
> > >(And where do you buy goatskin?)Sure, http://nt.bnt.com/talas/menu.html?category=148 is the direct link
> >Talas. It's a beautiful French goatskin that cost me $82 - the last of
> my spare money after I bought my linen
>Do you have the contact info for these people?
to their parchement pages, http://talasonline.com/ puts you at their homepage.