... 1. Glad, again, not to be from the cold cold North. *hugs beloved Yemen, where a brand-new woodworker might be able to make something she could sit in* 2.
Respected friends: D'vorah bint Da'ud replied to Stefan li Rous with: ... Ahem. Not exactly. Its design is at least a millennium old, in Africa. Somewhere,
... I'm talking about this chair: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/X-chair According to Wikipedia, it's period for us; you can decide whether or not that's an
D'vorah bint Da'ud replied to me with: ... Ahem. Not exactly. Its design is at least a millennium old, in Africa. Somewhere, I had the documentation -- a
... Ahem. Not exactly. Its design is at least a millennium old, in Africa. Somewhere, I had the documentation -- a photograph from an extant chair QUITE old
Justin, When you say "X chair" are you talking about chairs that have just four legs? Or the ones that have a high number of parallel legs? I didn't think the
... There is certainly a close wood analog, the "X chair", that I believe can be documented back to Tudor England at least. (Don't quote me on that, as I'm
... I can't document this myself, but I've heard from multiple sources that a "director's" chair actually IS medieval. It just doesn't seem medieval to people
<<< Thank you so much for the links and the info. >>> I hope others here found it useful as well. <<< When I said "pop" it was the color not my horse
A lot of people wear things that look like the Thoms canvas slipon. This is a mundanely available shoe available in a nuber ove different colors and fabrics. I
Hi, I do scribal stuff and in part we scribes deal in color. I make dyes that I then turn into ink. I'm certain that there are people here who are far more
Stefen, Thank you so much for the links and the info. When I said "pop" it was the color not my horse herself... I rode her fir the second time since winter,
Carol asked: <<< As I mentioned I have a bit of barding although it is a darker blue and doesn't "pop" against my mares bay coat.>>> You said "pop". Do you
<<< My name is Carol, I live in WI, and did renn faire many years ago in my slightly mispent youth as a volunteer, and my husband and I did a few SCA events
... It turns out that animals, even without clothing, existed in period. :-) Justin (Running for cover before the other members of the list pummel me with
Border Skirmish is a "war" between Northshield and the Middle Kingdom that is a whole lot of fun at a great site. Takes place June 7-9.
Thank you all for the encouragement and ideas. As I mentioned I have a bit of barding although it is a darker blue and doesn't "pop" against my mares bay coat.
... Nice post, thanks! Justin List Administrator
You would be surprised in how adaptable barding is by working with what you have. Here are some links, take a peek:
Take a deep breath!!!!! Your horse doesn't need garb... (barding), it's something awesome to have, but if you're just starting out, you don't need it... All