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Re: when did stitching horses come into being?

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  • Marc Carlson
    ... I m here, I m here (just off line a lot lately while I m trying to get work done on this stupid book). The clamp (clam) held between the knees does seem to
    Message 1 of 14 , Jul 3, 2004
      --- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, "Jeff Gedney" <gedney1@i...> wrote:
      > Looking for illustrations of tradesmen, I see a lot of examples of
      > leather workers sewing stuff whill holding it clamped between the
      > knees, none using anything like a horse, but this is a purely
      > cursory glance on line.
      > People who have done more research into period letherworking (like
      > Marc Carlson) might be able to give you a more definitive answer,
      > but my initial impression is that stitching ponies and horses are
      > probably not period.
      > Marc?

      I'm here, I'm here (just off line a lot lately while I'm trying to get
      work done on this stupid book).

      The clamp (clam) held between the knees does seem to be the version
      that appears in Garsault.

      Marc/Diarmaid
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