> Greetings, and well met!been
> I am also in Atlantia; the Incipient Canton of Sudentur. We have
> in the SCA for one & half years or so. I had never sewn a darnthing
> before I joined. I still can't sew a straight stitch, but I keepmuch
> I enjoy making attempts at garb, brewing, & cooking. I am also an
> apprentice chirurgeon. My husband likes brewing, cooking, lucet &
> thrown weapons. Our daughter hasn't been able to participate as
> this year between work & school. I have found the sca garb list tobe
> very helpfull-nice friendly folk too!I think Sudentur is right around the corner from us so to speak. We
> Miriam of Gidiehall
get our hay from a gentleman in Caroline Co. Nice to know another
person we may encounter at local events!
So happy to hear that I am not the only one who isn't so adept at
garb making! Thankfully my primary persona wears relatively simple
clothing (12th C Anglo-Norman). We're hoping to finally make it to
Pennsic this coming year. Unfortunately couldn't go this year as
hubby was called up to active duty early in March. Thankfully he's
home now!!! Much too much sewing for me to do for a family of four
by August...arrggh. I'll try the recommended link and book...if I
can find it. When (if) I get better at sewing, I've a late period
italian persona waiting in the wings to come out in full regalia (and
rapier garb too!)
- I managed to find you guys through the Thorngill site.
Thorngill is my Shire's sponsor. :) I've been in a
the SCA for less than a year, though I think my year
is coming up soon. I'm still pretty new to it all,
though. Hope to learn some neat things from y'all.
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- On Tuesday 14 June 2005 20:21, Alyna MacGregor wrote:
> I managed to find you guys through the Thorngill site.Being in an Incipient shire is *fun*! My lady and I were among the founders of
> Thorngill is my Shire's sponsor. :)
the Marche of Alderford (http://alderford.org/), where we still play today. The
shire just celebrated its tenth anniversary last year. Being part of building
something brand-new is exciting -- enjoy!
> I've been in aWelcome to the SCA and to the newcomers' list!
> the SCA for less than a year, though I think my year
> is coming up soon. I'm still pretty new to it all,
> though. Hope to learn some neat things from y'all.
Maistor Iustinos Tekton called Justin (Scott Courtney)
Gules, on a bezant a fleam sable and on a chief dovetailed Or two
keys fesswise reversed sable.
Marche of Alderford (Canton, Ohio) http://4th.com/sca/justin/
justin@... PGP Public Key at http://4th.com/keys/justin.pubkey