Re: [SCA-JML] Re: trying it for the first time
- Well, then I guess if it is the wrong shade I overdye
--- wodeford <wodeford@...> wrote:
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Rich Goblehttp://tousando.proboards18.com/index.cgi?action=display&board=garb&thread=1204059823&page=1
> <mcse4mci@...> wrote:
> > Certain purples are restricted to the Imperial
> unfortunately I do not have any manner of guide to
> tell you which
> ones. Again, I would consult Tousando.
> Murasaki (derived from a plant called gromwell) is
> reserved as one of
> the "forbidden" colors. There are other purple
> shades that would not
> be prohibited.
> Go here:
> > Maddalena Alessandra <maddalex@...> wrote:
> > Migoro(body)rectangular 17" by
> 58".....Sode(sleeve) 17"
> > by 15"
> Nope. 17" x 116", assuming your nape to floor
> measurement* is 58" and
> 17" x 30" for the sode. You're looking at the
> instructions for making
> a paper template. You'd cut the FABRIC on a fold, so
> it's twice as
> long. The eri and okumi pieces are not cut on a
> fold. (*If you want a
> trailing hem, add 12".)
> > Would a purple under kosode be totally wrong with
> this as I
> > have no white availabe. Heraldicly I wear mainly
> > blue, purple, and yellow.
> Your undergarment layer *should* be white. Use my
> eri sugata
> instructions further down the page (look for a
> heading titled "That
> Layering Thing"). You only need a small amount of
> fabric to make a
> false white under-collar. A remnant 6" x 36" should
> be ample. Fold it
> in half and sew it into a tube. You may want to put
> a layer of
> interfacing inside to give it a little crispness.
> Baste or pin it to
> the inside of the purple kosode collar at the nape
> of the neck so that
> just a little bit of the folded over edge peeps out
> from under the
> purple collar layer. You will look like you have a
> third layer on that
> way. ;-D (Note to self, I REALLY need to get
> pictures of my fake eri
> and how to put it on....)
> Good luck with your project. Do let us know how it
> turns out!
> Saionji no Hanae
> West Kingdom
- --- In email@example.com, "garrettehill" <garrettehill@...> wrote:
> I am new and I don't know what a Sohei persona is, could you explain a bit more please.Sohei were warrior monks. If you do a web search on "Mount Hiei" and "Benkei" you should find some basic information to start with.
Saionji no Hanae