7630Re: [SCA Newcomers] Hello from a "newbie"
- Sep 18, 2005Greetings, Orestrina!
--- Dana Darr <orestrinadelrossi@...> wrote:
> Now if INow *there's* a challenge! :)
> can just keep
> from trying to do "everything" at once...
> I have found a plethora of places to getDefinitely! Do a yahoogroups search on SCA + just
> good info on the
> construction of garb, but are there groups for
> particular crafts and
about any craft, culture, period, modern geographical
area, etc., etc. I have a raging case of "hobby of the
week syndrome," so I'm on LOTS of lists! ;) Topics
from authenticity to various string crafts to camping
to Old Irish to herbalism to Norse topics to garb to
natural dyes to... ;)
> Are there many SCAdians who assume moreAbsolutely! Personally, I've only worked out one
> than one personna?
persona story so far, and lots of my costuming efforts
are geared to her (10th c Irish widow living in
Dublin's "Viking" community). But I also do a bit of
traveling between times and cultures, depending on
comfort (hot humid summers led me to early Roman and
Greek styles), what catches my eye (my friend's
Moorish tunics look *really* comfy) and new things I
want to try (such as a late-period authentic Irish
gown for next 12th Night).
Okay, two questions down. What's next? ;)
Yours in service,
Lady Grainne ingen Lugdach
Shire of Roxbury Mill
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