Re: [Authentic_SCA] lightweight wool
- At 12:24 PM 5/1/2003 -0400, you wrote:
>apparently my email has really eaten your message yesterday (whichIt's not in the archives either, which says that either yahoo had a serious
>makes me wonder what else gets lost... but that is another issue).
problem yesterday (which I am inclined to believe) or that my server did
(and no one else on the university complained).
>And you are absolutely right: there is a lot of info in the archives!That's my take on it pretty much, but do read the information just posted
>I have read all the message - from what I understand it basically
>boils down to: flannel is always good, suiting might be... and wool
>crepe is not? (sorry to keep asking that one question over and over
>again - I feel very stupid by now.) Wool crepe just doesn't seem to
>be "right" after all I have read in the MoL book and having a vague
>idea about how wool crepe feels like.
from Mistress Sharptooth about crepe and "Vikings".
>(And if you search the archives for "crepe" it only spits out theUm, did you look at the top of the messages area? The "next" button is a
>most recent messages with me whining about not knowing whether it is
>OOP or not ;)).
hot spot for you to go farther back into the archives.
- ok, as we were discussing fabric anyway and I really have to share
this: I just got a package with wonderful upholstery fabric! won on
ebay! 5.5yds for $34 incl. shipping! And it's so pretty (a bit on the
heavy side which will affect draping...): nice rusty red with golden
woven in pattern that looks almost like you can see in many drawings
from the 15th c.
(http://www.unitedtextilesinc.com/apr03/DSCN201348.jpg) - just
because I really need to share ;)) ... and best of all... according
to the burn test I just made it seems to be mostly if not 100%
cotton! no poly for me! (or only very little)... but this baby will
have to sit in my closet until fall... will make a nice houppe for
12th night... :) + a nice hennin (already got the organza for the
Sorry for taking up bandwith with stuff like that, but I think the
lesson you can learn from this: sometimes you can find cool fabric on
Carolin - back to petting her fabric a bit more...
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Walter von der Vogelweide