[Loch-soilleir] stockings

D Barr dab32 at cwru.edu
Mon Dec 15 15:24:52 PST 2008

Wonderful. Thank you! :)

> From: "Gilson, Matt (JSC-DI 43)[USA]" <Matt.Gilson-1 at nasa.gov>
> Subject: Re: [Loch-soilleir] Loch-Soilleir Digest, Vol 32, Issue 14
> The Loch stocking tradition is purely Loch.  Everyone, young & old
> alike, is encouraged to bring a stocking (or reasonable facsimile
> thereof).  We find a place to hang them all (armor racks have been
> borrowed in the past) and whoever wants to bring things in to put in
> others' stockings is welcome to do so.
> Make sure stockings are marked with your name, and, for the younger
> ones, an age (or at least identify that it's for a child) so that age
> appropriate items can be given.  (For example, ibuprofen for the
> fighters, & candy canes for the youngins)
> Generally, clothespins & note paper have been available for last minute
> cobbling together - just make sure it's a clean sock please!  :)
> Matt Gilson - DI43
> -----Original Message-----
> Hello all,
>    Could someone explain the Loch Yule stocking tradition for those of
> us
> who are new to the Loch area, or new to SCA in general?
>     Thanks :)
>  --Debbie

More information about the Loch-Soilleir mailing list