- ... Had I known this I would have looked for you while I was in 3 Rivers yesterday. ... I invited you because I thought we could meet. I know there are othersMessage 1 of 73 , Oct 1, 2006View Sourceotsisto wrote:
> The nearest Hancock's is Three Rivers and my car barely makes it aroundHad I known this I would have looked for you while I was in 3 Rivers yesterday.
> I'm not sure if you were inviting me to the meet `n' greet or letting meI invited you because I thought we could meet. I know there are others from
> 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.
Calontir on this list, but I really don't know who anybody is except for 'Manda
who was at the KC Renfest yesterday.
> I will not be at RUSH (though I had planned to be as a friend was going toSorry to hear about the "uglies". Certainly hope you're feeling better. Next
> 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. :}
event I'll be at is Newcomers. Maybe set up a meet there? I'll check the
Hancock's and JoAnn's here in Oakheart. If either of them has the pattern, I'll
probably pick it up for myself. I like the look of the underdress, but I'm into
houpellandes and overtunics as overdresses, not sideless.
- 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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