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Re: [Authentic_SCA] Q- pattens...?

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  • Lyle H. Gray
    ... _Shoes and Pattens_ lists alder or willow/poplar as most common, although they did cite one example made of beech, and there is a written note about aspen
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      On Tue, 4 Oct 2005, liz bradford wrote:

      > I am in the planning stages to make a pair of hinged pattens
      > to protect my turnshoes...any ideas on the kind of wood I
      > should use?

      _Shoes and Pattens_ lists alder or willow/poplar as most common,
      although they did cite one example made of beech, and there is a
      written note about aspen that is not suitable for use for
      archery.

      Basically, light-weight hardwood...

      Lyle

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