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- Tue Jan 09, 2007 10:37 am
- Forum: Costumes
- Topic: A case for redefining standards ?
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The first bit of kit I made was (tunic & trews) machine stiched. That was in January last year. Since then I have made a cloak, 3 trews, 2 tunics, some cloth pouches and a hat, all hand sewn. I donto a machine think I'll ever go back to a machine. I even managed to do the whol 25 stiches an inch thi...
- Fri Nov 24, 2006 4:21 pm
- Forum: Food and Drink
- Topic: Vegetables, Herbs, Dyeplants etc.
- Replies: 17
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If you become a member of their Heritage Seed Library, you get some free seeds each year - to keep the old varieties alive, that the EEC is trying to stamp out in the interests of uniformity and us all buying French apples. :wink: Can an Irsh person become a member of The Heritage Seed Library? I'm...
I think we used sliced white bread for our B+B puds, although we probably use any old bread... I LOVE open fires too, i know its winter when we get ours lit. and the smell of woodsmoke is GORGEOUS...dont get me started! Annis x B&B pud = brilliant, especially with a dash of sherry thrown over. As f...
I bit of info On the leine and brat from my societies forum (I think it may have been "borrowed" from Gael Agus Gall [b:10cb4847b3]Book of Kells[/b:10cb4847b3] (8th Century) Beginning with the Book of Kells there appears to have been two distinct dress styles in use which are replicated on each of t...