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I'm back with even more questions. Luck you!
(11)Too deep or wide neck can easily be fixed with trim or a false under liner ie a color t tunic with a light or contrasting panel can be sewn to the oversized
Embroidery tutorials for 14th Century
(3)Joan, thank you very much. I've sent in a request and will check out their resources.
Re: Help with early-period Chinese
(5)Made a couple of movies, the first was Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders which can be viewed on youtube. This is fairly close to the original book, they've
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(6)I typically click 'reply via web post.' That's what I was referring to.
Help with Tunic & Trim (Ideas)
(7)Well....sometimes, and I get this is a personal peeve, knowing that, in the time presented, there is simply no WAY that a German NOT part of a royal family
Help with early-period Chinese?
(9)Strange, I had tried emailing this, but it didn't seem to go through. There's a Yahoo group for SCAdians interested in China: SCA-China, and you might want to
Belts worn with Surcoats?
(8)Just a question about 12-13th century surcoats. Someone asked me if these rules apply to the kind that close on the sides. I'm not familiar with them, but I
Getting away with an Inverness Cape?
(4)Your answer should be 'Yes" - Wear it if you are cold.
M Kathryn Ballard
Looking for Resources
(4)Amen to that! I thought of just ingsending it w/o trim but not sure my sense of humor would be appreciated. Amen to that! I thought of just ingsending it w/o
Book information request
(4)As far as I can tell, the publishers of Medieval Warfare are distributing a book originally published by a different company. There is more information, plus a
Easy to make your own ironing sprinkler!
(9)From: Severin Festschdermacher Sent: Tuesday, October 08, 2013 1:55 PM To: SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com Subject: [SCA-Garb] Re: Easy to make your own ironing
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