Re: [Authentic_SCA] dealing with fugitive dyes and dye-setting
- I received a note from Gale Owes-C rocker today saying that the
upcoming paperback edition of _Dress in Anglo-Saxon England_ is no
different from the hardcover second edition (which is becoming
available at a reduced price from many dealers because the paperback
is imminent). Then she added:
>We are producing anHazel Uzzell--the long-suffering wife of the smell-impaired Ian, whom
>Encyclopaedia of Medieval Dress and Taxtiles of the British Isles c
>450-1450 which will come out as a book and electronic edition,
>published by BRill, scheduled for 2011.
I mentioned earlier--noted this when I mentioned it on another list:
I> have written a paper on dyeing during the period for this
publication. It has just gone through its last peer and editorial revue.
>There is a separate paper on woad, which I reviewed.is going to be a bit pricey!
>I'm looking forward to the publication next year....but I think it
A bit in the future to help right now, but something that some of you
might want to look out for!