Re: [WKneedle] Period quilting
- Ditto - this list is described as the West Kingdom Needleworkers list
(aka WKneedle)...as the West Kingdom is a designator for the SCA....
Sharron Albert wrote:
>>As was just posted today by the Administrator of this list, "This list is--
>>open to all who have an interest in historic needlework. While a large
>>number of list members are in the SCA, this is not an SCA-only list.
>>Therefore, discussions of SCA-only topics should be taken to email or a
>>more appropriate mailing list.
>>"Also, the term "period" is meaningless for this list. Please specify what
>>period you are discussing. Broad terms such as English Civil War,
>>Victorian, or Renaissance are fine.
>>So you need to be more specific.
> Excuse me. But I'm confused. I thought this list was specifically set
> up for information exchange for members of the West Kingdom in the
> SCA who were interested in various forms of needlework. Anyone
> interested in the same things would be welcome, certainly... but
> other time periods would not be its focus.
> Am I mistaken?
> Morgana, confused in Oertha....
> PS: I also didn't see a posting from the administrator. Of course,
> that may be a problem with yahoo. I had to cut and paste the list
> address in rather than just "reply."
Bella Luna Caravan
Principality of the Mists
Kingdom of the West
- This is the yahoo group for the West Kingdom Needleworkers Guild -
although all who are interested in historic needlework are welcome.
H-Needlework's Administrator posted the "be specific" request today as
that list discusses other time periods and are not SCA specific.
Period Quilting - look to one of our past issues of Filum on our
Website - www.bayrose.org/wkneedle - in the articles section. In
addition, I hope our Deputy Guild Minister and Chronicler Christian
will pipe up as she gives a class on Quilting periodically.
Sabrina de la Bere
On Mar 29, 2005, at 9:42 PM, Sharron Albert wrote:
> >As was just posted today by the Administrator of this list,
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- At 09:59 PM 3/29/2005, you wrote:
>As was just posted today by the Administrator of this list, "This list isWeird, I didn't see that message. Isn't this West Kingdom Needle, as in
>open to all who have an interest in historic needlework. While a large
>number of list members are in the SCA, this is not an SCA-only list.
>Therefore, discussions of SCA-only topics should be taken to email or a
>more appropriate mailing list.
SCA's Kingdom of the West Needleworkers Guild?
Rev. Willow Polson www.willowsplace.com
"First they ignore you, then they ridicule you,
then they fight you, then you win." -- Mahatma Gandhi