WR - Fabric (was Hamlet)
knotwork at juno.com
knotwork at juno.com
Wed Apr 15 15:22:11 PDT 1998
Not to worry. I have my own closet monster, but he is very shy and tends
to pile fabric against the door to hold it shut. Once confronted,
however, he tends to wrap several yards of truly tacky fabric (e.g. 8 or
10 yards of floral doubleknit from the early 70's) around your ankles,
making it impossible to run away. Then he tries to smother you in miles
of sky-blue Quiana. This is very effective in protecting his hoarde of
natural fiber cloth, brocade, and tapestry. (Neener! Neener! My monster
can whup up on your monster!) ;<)
Or to look at it another way (>;
On Wed, 15 Apr 1998 14:24:17 +0900 Ghislaine Fontanneau/Elayne Hoover
<elyh at wcc.net> writes:
>It would be a bad idea for you to go looking for Rolanda's fabric.
>Beware!!! Go No Further!!!! Turn Back Now!!!! Because if you dare to
>open the door to the cloth closet, the closet monster might get you,
>we'll never find you again! On the other hand, if the closet monster
>takes a liking to you, it might hold the flashlight for you while you
>count the bolts.
>knotwork at juno.com wrote:
>> OK, this is getting serious now! I haven't made a new outfit in
>> but boy do I have fabric! Maybe Marthe, Rolanda and I should have a
>> contest. The one with the most cloth wins. Alden once mentioned
>> claiming that he and Rolanda were in possession of great quantities
>> fabric. You guys just haven't seen my back closet and bedroom yet!
>> not proud of the amount of fabric I have. In fact, it is a shameful
>> addiction. I avoid cloth stores like recovering alcoholics avoid
>> and a sale flyer from Hancock's is like a sign saying "Free Beer."
>> there 12 steps to Freedom from Fabric? (1. I admit to being
>> over the diabolical powers of warp and weft...)
>Madame Ghislaine Fontanneau
>elyh at wcc.net
>"Must'nt complain, Willy. There's muck in the bottom of everyone's
> --"Dame Ellen"
> An Actor's Nightmare
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