[HNW] Embroidered Crowns
ealasaid at cox.net
Fri Mar 28 22:15:10 PDT 2008
I'm afraid I don't have any information on the embroidered crowns. But I, too, would love to find out more!
Ealasaid nic Suibhne
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> I have forwarded this to one of our groups here in Atenveldt. Mistress Ealasaid received her Laurel in embroidery, therefore: I believe if anyone would know she might.
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> From: Susan Farmer <sfarmer at goldsword.com>
> To: Needlework List <h-needlework at ansteorra.org>
> Sent: Friday, March 28, 2008 6:16:43 PM
> Subject: [HNW] Embroidered Crowns
> I thought that it was in Digby ...
> There's a book that has a plate with 3 embroidered crowns
> (Guild-Master Crowns IIRC), and I thought it was Digby. I just got a
> copy through ILL (I know, bad Susan, no Digby) -- and it's not there.
> There's a plate of *one* embroidered crown, but not the plate of the
> *3* crowns (and oh, how I'd love to see those in color!)
> Does anybody remember the plate and/or the book? I'm searching print
> references to Embroidered Regalia. And I know the crowns exist.
> Susan Farmer
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