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  • Botticelli_Babe69@yahoo.com
    I am an avid crafter that has discovered that period pieces intrigue me the most. I have no persona yet. I live in Woodland Park, Colorado (Outlands) at 8700
    Message 1 of 32 , Oct 1, 2004
      I am an avid crafter that has discovered that period pieces intrigue
      me the most. I have no persona yet. I live in Woodland Park,
      Colorado (Outlands) at 8700 ft above sea level. Pine needles are
      everywhere right now as the trees are sheding last years growth.
      My question is does anyone know of period pine needle basketry that is
      native to the Nordic or Celtic?
      Also I have MS and sometimes must use a power chair as my walking is
      becoming a thing of the past. Does anyone have an idea that might
      explain the non period transport?
      Thanks,
      Margaret
    • Tanya
      Hazel, Please accept my apologies for the delay on approving your message. It was entirely my fault--I don t recall receiving the notification that two new
      Message 32 of 32 , Feb 20, 2007
        Hazel,

        Please accept my apologies for the delay on approving your message.
        It was entirely my fault--I don't recall receiving the notification
        that two new members were pending, and I just noticed it this morning.
        Due to the high amount of spam, messages from newer members are
        checked for content before they're posted. Again, please accept my
        apologies.


        Mira Silverlock, OL (SCA)
        mka Tanya

        --- In SCAbasketry@yahoogroups.com, "Hazel Uzzell" <gythe@...> wrote:
        >
        > Hello,
        > This is to introduce myself to the group.
        > I am a re-enactor of the Saxon and Viking period living in the UK.
        > I have specialised in textiles for the last 15 years and I suppose
        that, for
        > me, basketry is an extension of that.
        > I don't know much about the subject, but have been on a one day
        basketry
        > course to 'get the feel' of it.
        > I look forward to learning from the group!
        > Hazel
        >
        >
        > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
        >
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