... It was a double move, we had to put everything into storage because we had to be out of the house before we found the new place. We are both disabled andMessage 1 of 19 , Jun 30, 2003View Source
>It was a double move, we had to put everything into storage because
>Hope your move went OK... I know how crazy-making it can be!
we had to be out of the house before we found the new place. We are
both disabled and friend helped us with the move, thank goodness.
But the new apartment is MUCH smaller than the house was, and half
the things that we would like here, are lost in a whole storage
locker of things that wont fit.
On the other hand the new place is all one floor, the steps on the
old place had been too much for me for years. I managed to fit most
of my fabric stash, I just wish it had more room for book cases, I
want ALL my books!!
... Sorry that I m so late answering this, I m still playing catchup on the list. Arnold, Janet. Queen Elizabeth s Wardrobe Unlocked has some examples ofMessage 1 of 19 , Jul 7, 2003View Source
>Marcele wrote:Sorry that I'm so late answering this, I'm still playing catchup on the list.
>> Crap. I believe that's exactly opposite the Worshipful Company of
>> NarrowWorkers Guild (people who play with string to make narrow
>> wares, like braids and tablet weavings, etc.) meeting, an East
>> Kingdom guild. Double crap. Maybe I'm wrong... Grumble, grumble...
>Speaking of which, do you know whether any members of that guild are
>doing Elizabethan stuff, and if so could you put me in touch with them?
>I've always liked turning string into bigger string in various ways, and
>would love to know if there are any persona-appropriate ways for me to
>do this. So far all I've come up with is bobbin lace... which is *fun*
Arnold, Janet. Queen Elizabeth's Wardrobe Unlocked has some examples
of narrow braids, not sure how they were worked. If you cant find
them, I can try to dig the page numbers from my notes.
Everything is still in boxes from the move.
Just in case folks forgot, here s Despina s message of last month giving the tent location. I ve forgotten which merchant (because I never keep track of whoMessage 1 of 19 , Jul 19, 2003View SourceJust in case folks forgot, here's Despina's message of last month giving
the tent location. I've forgotten which merchant (because I never keep track
of who *is* a merchant!) offered their booth as a gathering-place too. It's
going to be nice to put some names to some faces. No wait - some faces to
some names! - Rosine
----- Original Message -----
From: "Amy L. Hornburg Heilveil" <aheilvei@...>
To: "Authenticity List" <Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2003 9:10 AM
Subject: [Authentic_SCA] Pennsic gathering
> We have a meeting place at Pennsic.
> The coordinator has given us A&S Tent #1 on August 12
> (Tuesday of the second week) for two hours.
> We can do this or we can use the generous offer received
> yesterday to hang out in the merchant area. Or we can start
> at one and move to the other. *grin* I like the idea of having
> it in an A&S tent rather than a private camp or merchant
> booth/area because it will allow easier finding for those who are
> minded as us but not on this list.
> Just a thought.
That would be me! I d still like to have some folks drop by. The Caidan Cotehardie Contingent is especially interested in meeting Marcele. :-) (That s me andMessage 1 of 19 , Jul 21, 2003View SourceThat would be me! I'd still like to have some folks drop by. The Caidan
Cotehardie Contingent is especially interested in meeting Marcele. :-)
(That's me and my booth helpers/friends)
How about after the official gathering at the A&S tent, whoever is
interested or who couldn't make that meeting wander on over to continue
the discussions that will inevitably happen. I'm in the Anshelm Arms
merchant house, 161 Rue de Fois. Across the road from the stave church
and next door to Potter's Hall at the back end of the food court.
Also, I hereby officially ask anyone and everyone from this list to drop
by any time and say hello and keep me company. We have shade indoors!
Musicians especially welcome! I'll be there from the 10th on.
Looking forward to meeting all of you who can make it,
> Just in case folks forgot, here's Despina's message of last month giving
>the tent location. I've forgotten which merchant (because I never keep track
>of who *is* a merchant!) offered their booth as a gathering-place too. It's
>going to be nice to put some names to some faces. No wait - some faces to
>some names! - Rosine