E-bay has been a great help for me. If you look at the trims, and it s not exact, look at their stores and you might find it. As Always, Yours in Service toMessage 1 of 54 , May 18, 2010View SourceE-bay has been a great help for me.
If you look at the trims, and it's not exact, look at their stores and you might find it.
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Date: Tue, 18 May 2010 15:24:53 +0000
Subject: [SCA-Garb] Trim
I am looking for celtic/norse style trim and am having a difficult time locating what it is I really want. Other than Celtic Trims can someone suggest where one could find such an item on line?
Yes, I know that I could pull out my loom and weave some myself, but I do not have the time or inclination at the present time and really want to make some quick, attractive garb for my hubby to wear to an upcoming event.
Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!!
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I second the recommendation for Calontir trim. That s usually my first stop when I m looking for something, either the website or the next event Drix and hisMessage 54 of 54 , Feb 19, 2011View SourceI second the recommendation for Calontir trim. That's usually my first stop when I'm looking for something, either the website or the next event Drix and his crew are selling at.
I have also gotten many wonderful trims from an Ebay store called Heritage Trading ( http://stores.ebay.com/heritagetrading ).
They have an excellent selection of trim, plus some nice appliques and gold threads for couching/embroidery. (You have to wade through the more gaudy stuff, but there are some really nice trims for SCA use.) Prices are reasonable -- they sell in three-yard increments, so keep that in mind when you are checking out their prices. (If you order six yards, it will come in a six-yard length, not two three-yard lengths in my experience.)
--- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, "Terbish" <BishyBob@...> wrote:
> Other than events, where is everyone's favorite place to buy trims?