[HNW] Evidence of Embroidery

Aine Taillier ainenic at hotmail.com
Tue May 23 19:50:17 PDT 2006


I know this is a late answer but....   I plan on being there off and on.    
The rebuild on the house that burned down is finished and we are moving in 
as I type ( I took a break to try to catch up on e-mails.)

A'ine nic Tailluer
Aston Tor
Calontir


>From: "Catherine Kinsey" <ckinsey at kumc.edu>
>Reply-To: Historic Needlework <h-needlework at ansteorra.org>
>To: h-needlework at ansteorra.org
>Subject: [HNW] Re: Evidence of Embroidery
>Date: Mon, 27 Feb 2006 12:38:08 -0600
>
>You know, that's a good question! I betcha it does! It would be
>interesting
>to research, wouldn't it? That it's a regional thing, like the way the
>English took blackwork/monochrome embroidery in a completely different
>direction than the rest of Europe?
>--Sue, who can talk embroidery forever! ;o)
>==================================
>Jane's website with all the wonderful links, including a lot of
>surviving German pieces, helped get me started thinking about this.
>
>Ditto on the forever :).  Anyone in the SCA coming to Lilies in June?
>The first Sunday is an embroidery 'demo' in the big pavillion.  I'm
>hosting and we are making it one big day of come-visit-stitch-talk-learn
>etc. for anything to do with needle & thread, including lace.
>
>Catherine
>SCA: Liriel, Calontir
>
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