Re: Good manners
- ACK! milady Seanit- Heilsa & Good Cheer!
Well it is always better to take a troubling subject out and give it
some fresh air than to hide it under the bed. Okay did that make any
sense at all? Its 4 am here and my cat just did something dastardley
on top of my bed and now it smells terrible in there.......Cat skin
gloves anyone? (just kidding!) Why "Yes", I do in fact have a Norse
personae and Costuming is my gig, matter of fact I teach Norse womens
clothing on occasion. (okay, Ill teach whenever asked) I know a few
merchants that make and sell Gorgeous Broaches and I beleive they
both ship, One is Redwolf Ltd. and the other is Duke Torgul. e-mail
me and Ill send you the addys. If you have questions on the garb I
will be most happy to answer to the best of my ability, also The
viking answer lady is a fabulous resource and she is very helpful.
Rhiannon - In
scanewcomers@y..., seanait2000 <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> Lady Rhiannon
> Yes I agree with you that was the best example of good manners that
> have seen. But it is refresh to know that there is within the SCASCA.
> people who do not consider it a crime to play with more than the
> Actually the posts here have changed my mind about talking M'Lordmean
> (he's been in the SCA for several years) in to leaving. I didn't
> to keep on this subject but it's been on quite a few minds hereviking
> On a brighter note..from your addy I take it you might have a
> persona? If so Hellllp. I'm trying to put together a viking apronand
> I am having trouble finding brooche pins or something similair touse
> for the straps. Any suggestions wil be greatly appreciated.
> Trying to Live the Dream
- In addition to Torgul
there is also Sir Torfin who makes nice stuff:
and of course Raymond's quiet press:
All fine artisans and experts with the genre of art/ jewelry you are