[Sca-cooks] kneeling benches

Daniel & Elizabeth Phelps dephelps at embarqmail.com
Tue Jan 8 21:44:55 PST 2008

Thank you-that actually sounds like an excellent padding solution, IMO. 
Sturdy and comfortable. And, if the modern part is where you can't see it, 
no one knows unless you tell them, right? That's the "creative" part of 
creative anachronism. Again, my opinion. Wool would get really smelly after 
a while, anyway; at least it would down here in Trimaris, where it is both 
hot and humid. I can just see it now, someone is called into court and can't 
figure out why, since they're upwind from the fighters,  it smells like a 
zoo... (;-p
Thanks again.

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----- Original Message ----- 
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Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] kneeling benches

> In a message dated 1/8/2008 8:47:37 P.M. Eastern Standard Time,
> dephelps at embarqmail.com writes:
> <<Brangawayna:
> What did you use for padding? Wool from the  sheep that was in the stewpot
> for dinner? (ok, I put that in just to have a  culinary reference...)>>
> I was hoping to avoid that question...
> It was padded with a couple of sheets of closed cell foam left over from
> armor making :-)  Seems nobody remembered that it needed to be padded 
> before we
> all got together at Pennsic to assemble it and we didn't have anything 
> else
> available.  It also made it easy to keep the padding in place when the 
> fabric
> was put over it.
> Brangwayna
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