Re: [Authentic_SCA] The Confessional - continued
- --- "Lyle H. Gray" <gray@...> wrote:
Maybe with using the
> cottonSo many of us have done that, it reminds me of Martin
> broadcloth as fabric for early garb? ;-)
Luther's confessor begging him to for heaven's sake
get out there and commit some less boring sins.
Andrea of Anglespur
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- Heather Rose Jones wrote:
>> Yes, and? I'm not claiming to have a strong case for drawers, here--Well, I'd like to justify it historically if I could, but all I've found
>> just sweaty thighs and a preference for something a little better than
>> mundane pants.
> I'm sorry -- I though the site was being offered in evidence of the
> historicity of medieval women wearing underpants, that's why I
> offered further interpretation about it. I guess I got confused
> because if people simply want to wear underpants with their medieval
> outfits for personal reasons, there's no reason to try to dig up
> historic evidence for it.
is the odd little hint-- not enough to make a case for anything, just
enough to make me keep an eye open for anything more solid. In the mean
time, though, I do have purely practical reasons for wanting drawers,
and white linen ones are at least a bit less glaringly mundane than
Adele de Maisieres
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