- ... but ... hard ... For the love of all that is good and holy! Actually, I love it. I don t know squat about what kind of stuff should be used for sleeves,Message 1 of 38 , Nov 1, 2001View Source--- In Authentic_SCA@y..., rowengr@h... wrote:
> I've uploaded a picture of a piece of crewel-work fabric I boughtbut
> recently. I think it should be about enough for a pair of sleeves -
> reasonable, or too gaudy? (I haven't actually seen the piece yet,
> I gather the color in the picture isn't quite right, so it may behard
> to tell.)For the love of all that is good and holy!
Actually, I love it. I don't know squat about what kind of stuff
should be used for sleeves, but that's just beautiful.
Alianor whose friend Alex NEVER should have introduced her to the Card
- ... sure ... highly ... attached ... (usually ... fronted ... Nope, my dear you were the soul of clarity. How did you get on with the button? I finally managedMessage 38 of 38 , Nov 5, 2001View Source--- In Authentic_SCA@y..., Danielle Nunn-Weinberg <dannw@m...> wrote:
> >Umm - I knew you'd get me for this <G>.
> Yup. : )
> >I mean a skirt without an underskirt showing. That makes better
> >sense, I hope.
> LOL! Ah, I usually just refer to them as closed front skirts. I'm
> it's less confusing to people who don't know that foreparts are thehighly
> decorated (or out of rich fabric) roughly triangular shaped panelsattached
> (seem to be usually pinned or tied) to the front of a kirtle skirt(usually
> of a less valuable fabric) used to fill in the area of the openfronted
> skirts. : ) Or did I just confuse the issue further?Nope, my dear you were the soul of clarity.
How did you get on with the button?
I finally managed to get a baby silver pomander, supposed to be a
16th century replica. It's smaller than I thought it was, but very
sweet. Unfortunately the retailer has deleted the pics off the
auction before I got a chance to save them.