HNW - Re: lacis Re: HNW - lacis Re: HNW - lacisRe: HNW - lacis
skinner02 at sprynet.com
Fri Oct 10 18:36:28 PDT 1997
Tut Tut Tut
You are not helping my museum list <G>
One of my next projects is a knitted - round the home sort of Tudor jacket.
It will go a lot more quickly than an embroidered one..... I'll pick up
some silk to knit with when I'm in the Bradford area at Christmas...
I seem to remember seeing quite a nice article on the Boston Museum
collection...I'm going to have to have a rummage for that and make more
definite plans. Trouble is it is a inexpensive to travel to England as to
the east coast.
> From: Mike Newell <72123.411 at compuserve.com>
> To: INTERNET:H-Needlework at Ansteorra.ORG
> Subject: Re: HNW - Re: lacis Re: HNW - lacis Re: HNW - lacisRe: HNW -
> Date: Friday, October 10, 1997 11:38 AM
> Dear Linn-
> Thanks for mentioning the Chicago book. I'll add it to my list of
> ILLwishes, and perhaps they can find me one.
> Have you checked out the Boston Museum of Fine Arts? They own that jacket
> supposedly worn by Queen Elizabeth. Janet Arnold says it's been altered,
> though. They also own some pretty little sweet bags, including one that's
> all silver wire and buillon, some long cushion covers, some of those
> knitted Elizabethan jackets, and various other interesting items. I was
> lucky enough to see them on display just once in the14 years I lived
> SCA: Kathryn Goodwyn
> "too many centuries.. too little time"
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