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Poster: Brian Elliott <"amalric"@erols.comz.maxson.com (remove the z)>
The above address has directions for making a medieval round pavillion.
There have been five made in my sewing room in the last 2 years (My wife &
I plan to make one for ourselves this year). The pavillion is quite nice
and Earl Daffydd has directions for making the pavillion any size you want
(math formula included). I recommend using Sunforger canvas on the
pavillion you make as it is of far superior quality to anything else for
tentage. The regular canvas that has been used thus far is regular cotton
duck. It is usable, and fairly weatherproof, but has drawbacks in that it
does mist inside on heavy rain (so I'm told), and discolors a bit after
use. There are several people that are going to be waterproofing theirs
before they use it again. The cost of making one yourself compared to
buying a medieval tent from a merchant is quite low.
Hope you find what you're looking for.
-Sir Amalric Blackhart
Karen Marsh-Lovvorn wrote:
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> Does anyone know where I can get a decent pavillion for a reasonable
> price? I live in North Carolina.
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