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[fwd] Re: [EK] New Arts and Sciences quarterly

Poster: James and/or Nancy Gilly <KatieMorag@worldnet.att.net>

Forwarded, with permission.

Alasdair mac Iain

>From: "David M. Swan" <swan@fox.nstn.ca>
>To: sca-east@world.std.com
>Subject: Re: [EK] New Arts and Sciences quarterly
>Date: Mon, 05 Jan 1998 20:13:34 AST4ADT
>-Poster: "David M. Swan" <swan@fox.nstn.ca>
>Greetings, good gentles!
>Master Henry MacQueen (hear the trumpets?) is pleased to announce (hear more
>trumpets?) that the first issue of "Artifact" is now ready for distribution
>(hear the whole fanfare?).
>Between the covers of the January 1998 issue:
>"A Saxon Threaded-in Tablet Weave", by Mistress Thora Sharptooth
>You can weave a beautiful three or four colour band using this pattern draft
>and instructions from Mistress Thora Sharptooth.  (Originally published in
>the Pikestaff Arts and Sciences issue, December 1990.)
>"How to Make an Eating Dagger", by Lord Giles de Macie
>There are many persons in the SCA who, for one reason or another, would like
>to make their own working and eating knife.  Here's how to do it without
>having to have a whole blacksmith's shop!
>"How to Make a Viking Lock", by Lord Sheepstealer
>With simple tools and easy-to-find materials, you can make a Viking style
>padlock to protect your plunder.
>"The Grand Aissiette - cutting and fitting", by Edward Newman
>The outstanding feature of the fourteenth century pourpoint worn by Charles
>of Blois is the extraordinarily large armhole (grand aissiette) and
>sophisticated cut of the sleeves.  It presents a challenge, but not so large
>a one as you might suspect.
>To receive your copy, please send a self addressed 6" x 9" envelope with
>enough Canadian postage to get it from where I live to where you live.
>People in the United States may find it easier to include an International
>Reply Coupon (IRC).  If you wish to receive a year of "Artifact", send four
>such envelopes to:
>D. Swan
>Box 322
>Greenwood, NS
>B0P 1N0

James and/or Nancy Gilly


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