- I m not familiar enough with images of garb to address the issue of pictures used on this Web page, but I am puzzled by something else. I was unable to findMessage 1 of 34 , Nov 1, 2004View SourceI'm not familiar enough with images of garb to address the issue of
pictures used on this Web page, but I am puzzled by something else.
I was unable to find any identification anywhere on those Web pages
of who this person or people are, where s/he or they are located, and
so on. This strikes me as rather odd for an SCA-oriented merchant or
Perhaps I am just not widely-enough experienced with Web pages by SCA
merchants, but thought it was fairly standard to include the SCA and
mundane names, their kingdom and a business address/phone number as
well as email, a description of their background in merchanting their
wares, and often a list of events they usually attend so that I can
see their wares in person if I wish.
- gee this fabric sound like the yellow, pink and turquoise cotton plaid my DH s squire sister gave me--to make the DH a really loud tunic out of, so he doesn tMessage 34 of 34 , Nov 5, 2004View Sourcegee this fabric sound like the yellow, pink and turquoise cotton plaid my DH's squire sister gave me--to make the DH a really loud tunic out of, so he doesn't need to wear one of mine again. Just must be a hold over from when he ran out of tunics at Grand Outlandish and had to use one of mine; a pink, purple and turqouise plaid heavy crinkle cotton tunic. Sigh I still remember him going to and from troll (household was running troll that year) in my tunic, fit him great considering I wear a 18 and he's a 56 chest.
On Fri, 5 Nov 2004 11:18:47 -0500, Holly <hollygrimmett@...> wrote:
> The polyester will have to wait.. Spike (the 25# tabby) is sleeping on it.
> Maybe some of that horrendous pink, yellow, and blue plaid that I have
> instead? It's partly polyester.
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