Re: Rus Clothing
- Thank you for your help, but I'm having trouble finding information
on the pillbox-type hat you referred about, are their any
pictures/patterns on the internet for this type of hat?
Ailionóra ingen Áed
> And hats, butis almost
> finding a design that's certifiably 9th, 10th, or even 11th century
> impossible. Try a pillbox-type hat.
- In a message dated 7/4/2002 10:51:45 AM Central Daylight Time,
> I'm having trouble finding informationNot that I know of. I made the pattern myself out of craft paper by fussing
> on the pillbox-type hat you referred about, are their any
> pictures/patterns on the internet for this type of hat?
with it until it looked good.
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- just something from another bulletin board I'm on of
--- icbleu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Just a little happiness to spread.__________________________________________________
> Art's brother-in-law, Maciek Pansik, was recently
> contracted as head
> chef to cater a huge SCA event in Poland north of
> Warszawa. The
> event, known in English as 'The Days of Grunwald'
> (http://republika.pl/grunwald_gm/), is hosted to
> celebrate and re-
> enact the 592nd anniversary of the defeat of the
> Order of the
> Teutonic Knights which is considered the largest
> battle in the
> history of medieval Europe.
> Featured at this re-enactment (the biggest of it's
> kind in Europe)is
> a sit down period feast cooked by Maciek and his
> staff, live steel
> demos, costumes, everything. The Warsaw Voice talks
> about last year's
> event http://www.warsawvoice.pl/v666/Event00.html
> It's a touch early period, but I had to share.
> Pictures to follow as
> soon as possible�
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- --- In sig@y..., Tim Nalley <mordakus@y...> wrote:
> just something from another bulletin board I'm on ofY'know for being an old-timer SIG member for as many years as I have
> SIG interest.
> --- icbleu <no_reply@y...> wrote:
> > Just a little happiness to spread.
> > Art's brother-in-law, Maciek Pansik, was recently
> contracted as head chef to cater a huge SCA event
> in Poland north of Warszawa.
> > Jocelyn
been, I never thought to post this here. I apologize for my short
sightedness. I should read this newsgroup more often and contribute.
Well rebuked Tim, indeed =)
I missed the previous post...must have been while I
was traveling. There is no SCA branch in Poland, so
there can be no SCA event there. There are some
"SCA-like" events there...quite often in the
summer...but these are mostly live steel. A few SCA
folks do participate, but the SCA has not sanctioned
any groups or events in Poland.
Chatelain and New Groups Coordinator of Drachenwald
--- icbleu <Katarzyna_Plazewska@...> wrote:
--- In sig@y..., Tim Nalley <mordakus@y...>
> just something from another bulletin board I'm onof<BR>
> SIG interest.<BR><BR>
> --- icbleu <no_reply@y...> wrote:<BR>recently<BR>
> > Just a little happiness to spread.<BR>
> > Art's brother-in-law, Maciek Pansik, was
> contracted as head chef to cater a huge SCAevent<BR>
> in Poland north of Warszawa.<BR><BR>
> > Jocelyn<BR><BR>
Y'know for being an old-timer SIG member for as many
years as I have <BR>
been, I never thought to post this here. I apologize
for my short <BR>
sightedness. I should read this newsgroup more often
and contribute. <BR>
Well rebuked Tim, indeed =)<BR>
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