Re: [sig] the Rus viking trader outfit.
- hah forgot about that one, went and dug it up, found some others too. I
will try and post the list of sites next week. I'm suppose to be packing
for a 12th night event 3 hours from home, but instead I am sewing up a
mongol del for my husband for said event, sigh I'm crazy I know I am. I
got to get it done poor man is down to 2 dels right now, which is quite sad.
Tim Nalley wrote:
> Have you visted Thora Sharptooth's website? She
> gave me lots of good advice. I think Paul put my
> manual on the same in one of the SLOVO's from a
> Pennsic class I taught, between battles. It was a
> rather light treatment of the subject but tThora's
> site has some interesting sub-pages if you're willing
> to follow them out! I'd send the addresses to you but
> its just a side pesona now that only lives when I do
> boat projects with the guys or when we go on a vik on
> the Ohio River!
> I did the Moska Balka (sp) stuff, mostly for
> myself, but I also just finished making my second one
> of those from that website, both out of medium wieght
> linen on contract. The back vent is excellent.
> The first guy really loves his and actually had
> his wife reproduce it several times out of different
> fabrics. The second guy is building a Khazar persona
> to use at Viking themed groups where he plys a rather
> thriving business making custom saexes, one of which I
> now own in a utility size.
> I used different decorative effects on both but in
> the same configuration and placement as seen on Peter
> Beatson's site. I'm doing the crosover hip length
> caftan for one of my boys next. He'll grow out o it
> pretty quickly but its good practice!
> Bst regards!