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Just a reminder for those on Facebook, we are there too!! Not always the same discussions, and you can have pictures and albums of your current work, add
SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com
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Apr 13
9,000 year old fabric found
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Home / Ancient, ArchaeoHeritage, Archaeology, Breakingnews, Greater Middle East, Near East, Turkey / 9,000-year-old fabric found at Çatalhöyük
farleybarb
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Feb 10
Belts worn with Surcoats?
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As to the question of belts over surcoats, I found this image tonight. It's only one & it was done kind of late, but it's something I suppose. I am going to
lakeofglass
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Jan 25
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Mod Hat ON. The End of this thread is NOW! Any further posts through moderation will be deleted. Let us get back to other garb topics in a better tone of voice
lakeofglass
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Jan 16
Registration for Costume College 2014
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MOD NOTE: Event advertisements are specifically against the rules of this list. Any event. Yes, even that one. This thread is now closed. Margaret Northwode,
ni_teach
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Jan 14
Bracers - Thank you, I'm done.
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As I've said already, he made a mistake. He was asking about simple leather gloves to stave off the cold. I don't need anymore feedback regarding the bracers.
lakeofglass
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Jan 14
Re: [SCA-Garb] suggestions needed
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Sent from Windows Mail hello, yes I do believe that would be quite easy to make,,, there are very many ways to get the material as,, curtains,,, does he prefer
mrs v. Abbott
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Jan 13
suggestions needed
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A coworker is going to be in a play and needs a source for patterns. He is not SCA and does not sew much, but wants his costume to look good he will be playing
Laura Beuthel
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Jan 11
Bliauts - minor detail help
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The more I've read on bliauts the more I'm seeing open interpretation. Some medieval tailors aren't sure in the wrinkles are really there on all bliauts, if
lakeofglass
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Jan 6
16th century Danish persona
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Thank you all for your input! Kathryn, someone already beat you to the punch in the first reply with the portrait of Christina of Denmark. I have seen it
lydiar.wood
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Dec 31, 2013
I'm back with even more questions. Luck you!
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Too deep or wide neck can easily be fixed with trim or a false under liner ie a color t tunic with a light or contrasting panel can be sewn to the oversized
lakeofglass
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Nov 27, 2013
Embroidery tutorials for 14th Century
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Joan, thank you very much. I've sent in a request and will check out their resources.
lakeofglass
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Nov 26, 2013
Lendbreen—a tunic from the early first millennium AD
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great article - thanks so much for sharing! - cat (in Caldarium) +++++ Innocentia nihil probat.
BO KJ Ward
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Nov 21, 2013
Re: Help with early-period Chinese
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Made a couple of movies, the first was Judge Dee and the Monastery Murders which can be viewed on youtube. This is fairly close to the original book, they've
Karen Blackburn
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Nov 19, 2013
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sengokudaimyo
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Nov 19, 2013
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I typically click 'reply via web post.' That's what I was referring to.
sstormwatch
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Nov 15, 2013
Help with Tunic & Trim (Ideas)
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Well....sometimes, and I get this is a personal peeve, knowing that, in the time presented, there is simply no WAY that a German NOT part of a royal family
lakeofglass
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Nov 14, 2013
Help with early-period Chinese?
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Strange, I had tried emailing this, but it didn't seem to go through. There's a Yahoo group for SCAdians interested in China: SCA-China, and you might want to
starmaddox
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Nov 12, 2013
14th Century Men's Undershirt
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The undershirt should not have fitted sleeves but sleeves that stick out at right angles from the body, typically with a square gusset. Use a thin linen
luluwray
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Nov 11, 2013
Getting away with an Inverness Cape?
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Your answer should be 'Yes" - Wear it if you are cold.
arlen_andrew_donald
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Oct 25, 2013
Looking for Resources
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Amen to that! I thought of just ingsending it w/o trim but not sure my sense of humor would be appreciated.  Amen to that! I thought of just ingsending it w/o
southern_belle_rogue
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Oct 24, 2013
Re: book information request
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Thanks for the book info, I will give it to my friend, but what I think she really wanted to know was something about it, has anyone seen the actual book? (and
Arianwen ferch Arthur
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Oct 19, 2013
Book information request
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As far as I can tell, the publishers of Medieval Warfare are distributing a book originally published by a different company. There is more information, plus a
Arianwen ferch Arthur
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Oct 18, 2013
Re: easy to make your own ironing sprinkler
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They still have the 110v dry iron at the Vermont Country Store on their website. Elizabeth of Cranstone From: Arianwen ferch Arthur Sent: Saturday, October 12,
Arianwen ferch Arthur
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Oct 14, 2013
Easy to make your own ironing sprinkler!
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From: Severin Festschdermacher Sent: Tuesday, October 08, 2013 1:55 PM To: SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com Subject: [SCA-Garb] Re: Easy to make your own ironing
DeNae Leverentz
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Oct 14, 2013
Italian GFD
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Two questions. In the side laced version, does the front have a centre seam? Is there a site with more info on this? I'd like to add this to my persona
Tudorpot
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Sep 30, 2013
Men's pants pattern - 12th century Irish
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This site has several working links to tutorials for re-enactment pants: http://wychwood.wikidot.com/kit-trousers Hope that gives some help, although they're
brattman1
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Sep 30, 2013
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back to the 14C men's undershirt
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I thought I'd update the progress on the Shirt of Bedsheet that I'm making for my man. So far we have front, back, gores sewn together and last night I finally
luluwray
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Sep 30, 2013
Re: [SCA-Garb] Re: 14th Century Men's Undershirt
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Remember too, that the medieval aesthetic is NOT the modern one. What *we* find attractive, what *we* think of as the *normal* silhouette, simply does not
severin_festschdermacher
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Sep 28, 2013
Choosing garb for renfaires
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Thanks!  What about a bodice like this one?  Different bottom and no lacing on the sides.  Worn with a long sleeve chemise under and less skin showing. 
Sabrina
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Sep 17, 2013
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