- The nearest Hancock s is Three Rivers and my car barely makes it around town. I m not in any hurry but if it don t show up by the end of Oct. I think a groupMessage 1 of 73 , Sep 30, 2006View SourceThe nearest Hancock's is Three Rivers and my car barely makes it around
I'm not in any hurry but if it don't show up by the end of Oct. I think a
group trip to Hancock's is in order.
I'm not sure if you were inviting me to the meet `n' greet or letting me
know you will be there. In case of the former, I'm married, 25yrs, happily
(though there are those times I has my doubts). :)
By the time you get this RUSH will be over.
The SO was on the computer till 10:30pm with work related stuff.
I will not be at RUSH (though I had planned to be as a friend was going to
take me) Wednesday I started with a low grade fever that ended up at 101.
Fever went down to a 99.0 Friday morning and though no fever now, I still
have to recoup and try to get enough energy to go to my Shire's moot Sunday
which is having it's change of offices. I just need to pop by to say Hi and
that I'm still alive. :}
If you have a Hancock's there in Stones, De, try and see if they have it.
seen Burda patterns at the Hancock's here in Oak Heart.
PS: Will you be at RUSH tomorrow? I was planning on a meet 'n greet for the
Kingdom singles group at lunchtime. :-)
- Greetings,I m probably going to keep the neckline high because of bra straps. I m very large busted and prefer to wear a standard bra but don t want the strapsMessage 73 of 73 , Jan 17, 2011View SourceGreetings,I'm probably going to keep the neckline high because of bra straps. I'm very large busted and prefer to wear a standard bra but don't want the straps to show.How do you move the seam on the arm? I think it means that you cut the arm pattern piece and tape up the original cutting lines. Would someone explain, please? I promise to not have my chemise showing unless something is really, really wrong, :-))
--- On Tue, 1/18/11, Joan <nmsnowcat@...> wrote:
From: Joan <nmsnowcat@...>
Subject: [SCA-Garb] Re: Burda 7977
Date: Tuesday, January 18, 2011, 2:41 AM
--- In SCA-Garb@yahoogroups.com, "Lisa Lamme" <lmlamme@...> wrote:
> I've seen this pattern made up and it looks pretty good though I thought the neckline was way too high.
I agree about the neckline but, for practical reasons, I need a higher neckline. ;) Supposedly the shoulders are very broad on this one, too. I have narrow shoulders, so I may end up cutting a smaller size than I ususally do and making adjustments elsewhere.
> At our crown tourney this weekend I noticed a trend with newer folks. I see chemises/shifts dragging the ground and hanging below the hem of kirtles/over gowns.
I have seen this too, and I think it looks dreadful. I think it might have something to do with the 1970's pleasure fair/Irish look. Still, it is tacky! JMHO
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