28480Re: [SCA-JML] Apron question
- Apr 2, 2013Hachi-i-dono;
I am very sorry to really only address two of your questions, but my
knowledge of women's garb is sketchy. My opinion would be that for
dirty work they wore dirty-work clothing and then changed outfits.
Sakura Takeda wrote:
> Also, are there any instructions on the web anywhere on how to foldYou want to search for "tasuki" sleeve cord. It's basically just a
> up kosode sleeves for cooking/cleaning?
long (~6 or 7 feet) cord or strip of fabric tied into a figure 8
with your arms through the loops and the X in the middle of your back.
It keeps your sleeves bunched up against your torso.
> Lastly, I was checking out this page:"Shô hachi-i" is the name of the rank. Keep scrolling down to the
> http://www.sengokudaimyo.com/miscellany/address.html and I wanted to
> make sure I have the ranking system stuff down before using it. I have
> an AoA and I am apprenticed to a laurel. Do I use Shô hachi-i or a
> different one on the list? and do you add it to the end of the name,
> like Takeda Sakura Shô hachi-i? Also, how is that pronounced?
other table. I believe you would sign things "Takeda Sakura hachi-i"
or "Takeda-hachi-i". Others would address you as I have in the
salutation, or as "Takeda-dono".
If you are female (you've offered no clear indication, sorry) you
can substitute "hime" for any instance of "dono" above.
THL Ishiyama Gen'tarou Yori'ie
(mka: Elliott C. Evans)
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