[SCA-JML] Re: long list of questions
- many thanks <deep bow>. this will help a lot.
Carl (still haven't come up with a new persona name :) )
> Greetings all.these
> A quick reply for Carl.
> <<1. the garb i have was made by using the folk wear patterns, are
> period? also, is there anyone out there who makes japanese garb tosell?>>
> Folk wear patterns may not be perfectly authentic, but it is a
> to start (meaning you can make some good looking garb for the moment,but
> after getting the feel of how the garments are made, try to stitchsome more
> period pieces).examples
> Some beginner books to look into are:
> The Book of Kimono, by Norio Yamanaka, she has a nice brief history,
> on how to tie your hakama and how to fold your clothes (good forpacking for
> the War).tips, stays
> Make your own Japanese Clothes, by John Marshall, includes sewing
> with the period 18 inch width fabric and how to measure and constructfrom
> this size of weave, no really historical background.with this
> Japanese Costume, History and Tradition by Alan Kennedy, Be careful
> book, most of the designs are post-period, though in the back sectionyou
> will find Kesa, a Buddhist garment.clothing, as I
> An SCA gentle from the Midrealm use to make Japanese style
> recall his name if Felix Needleworthy. I can't find his buisnesscard, but
> if someone on this list knows, maybe they can forward you theinformation.
> Happy sewing!
- On Wed, 10 Nov 1999, Anthony J. Bryant wrote:
> > OK, so "Do itashimashite" is actually "Do(h)o itashimshite", and should beYou're right, my bad - "do(h)o" would be "doo", and "do(f)u" would be
> > spelled "Dou itashimashite"?
> Not quite. TODAY it is "dou". A century ago, it was spelled "dofu" but
> pronounced "dou." MANY MANY MANY centuries ago, it WAS pronounced "dofu," or
> so they think.
See, I learned something already!
(whou sezs you can't teech an Aulde Phart noo trix?)