Re: [Authentic_SCA] Introduction
- Tony Basore; SCA persona-Ld High Adm Robert Haddock wrote:
> Quite by "coincidence"(I don'tbelieve in coincidences) I found thisThey also weren't worn 'til the second half of the 16th century, AFAIK.
> site, so I will definitely be popping in from time to time, as I work
> towards more accuracy in my 2 personas.
> One is a Scottish Mariner, circa 1398. Lord Robert Haddock does not
> wear a kilt, for, mainly, 2 reasons.
> 1) Being a seafaring man, he is NOT a highlander, so highland
> fashions are irrelevant.
> 2) A kilt is not logical at sea.
Adele de Maisieres
Habeo metrum - musicamque,
hominem meam. Expectat alium quid?
- Hello Lidia,
I am relatively new to the SCA and I love the Tudor time period as well. I'm from the East Kingdom my SCA name is Anna Tailor. I'm very serious about using period materials and patterns and I would love to chat about garb and everything else Tudor. I have 2 small children whom I absolutely love to dress up in middle class Tudor garb however, I haven't gotten around to making much nice things for myself. I've made some Italian Ren garb (because I was pregnant and the underbust cut works well with an ever expanding belly. But now that I am done having children for a least a little while I would like to get into to garb that I joined the SCA for!
--- In Authentic_SCA@yahoogroups.com, Linda Larson <linda_a_larson@...> wrote:
> I have just joined, so I feel I should share a little about myself. In the SCA I am called Goodwife Lidia Allen. My persona lives in Tudor England and is working class. I make cheese, keep sheep and goats and pursue a number of textile arts in that world and in the present day. I am looking forward to sharing thoughts with other like minded medievalists. I find historical research to be endlessly seductive. I am so glad to know that there is a group like this one!
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