[Loch-soilleir] Fiber Arts Monday night @ 7:00pm
chemistbb3 at yahoo.com
Mon Oct 12 10:23:13 PDT 2009
If no one claims it and you can hold it until I get back into town, I would like the flaming red...
--- On Mon, 10/12/09, Wyllow MacMuireadhaigh <wyllowmacm at netscape.net> wrote:
> From: Wyllow MacMuireadhaigh <wyllowmacm at netscape.net>
> Subject: [Loch-soilleir] Fiber Arts Monday night @ 7:00pm
> To: loch-soilleir at lists.ansteorra.org
> Date: Monday, October 12, 2009, 8:07 AM
> Greetings unto the Fiber Artists of
> the Loch!
> It is the second Monday of the month - and a night to focus
> on our Fiber Arts! Or any related skill: knitting
> mail, constructing looms, casting spindle whorls, spinning
> tales, de-hairing vellum, and so on.
> I have a special treat on this Monday. A stealthy
> SCAdian seamstress in the neighborhood has cleaned out one
> of her rooms of fabric. Half, she resigned to
> Goodwill. The decent stuff is all in my garage sorted
> for easy searching, looking for a good home. Velvets,
> tapestry, silks/rayons, cotton lightweight/broadcloth/twill,
> imitation furs, wools, linen/linen-blends, trim,
> patterns. Also, I have an unopened bag of finished
> garb, although it is probably mostly for tall, willowy,
> underfed women.
> Maggie: There is some nice wide-striped cloth for your
> embroidery classes. And some great car-colors.
> Sile: There is an unusual bit of yellow-ish wool you might
> like. And I've saved some of the white cotton for
> Newcomer chemises/undertunics.
> Rhiannan/Katya: There's a black-on-grey ?Middle Eastern?
> patterned cloth that you might find interesting.
> Hedwig - I've pulled out some khaki green twills.
> Maybe we can finish that cloak. And there's an
> eye-bleeding turquoise cotton that one of your daughters
> might like. And another cotton in the peach from Les
> Très Riches Heures du Duc de Berry.
> Anyone need flaming red cotton? Or a bolt of orange
> twill? Or scraps of a yellow laurel-pattern brocade?
> Or tons of stretchy green velvet? Or a yard of red
> cotton velvet? Or a couple yards of fine white "fur"?
> Please, come and dig for treasures. Then sit back and
> relax with a cup of tea and a book of ideas for outfits.
> In Service,
> H.L. Willoc mac Muiredaig
> PH 281-316-0764
> Address: 207 Sweetgum, League City. (West of I-45,
> near the crossroads of Bay Area Blvd and FM518)
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