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- Mon Oct 08, 2018 12:07 pm
- Forum: Event Announcements
- Topic: EDC festival 2018
- Replies: 0
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The Early Dance Circle will be hosting their 35th Annual early dance festival at Norwich this year. This year it will be held at Norwich high school for girls on 26th - 28th October 2018.
- Wed Oct 03, 2018 3:26 pm
- Forum: Forum Technical Support and News
- Topic: These forums - undead, or still twitching?
- Replies: 19
- Views: 7234
I check out these forums most days during the week but I don't necessarily log on. Does that make a difference? Steve C "I will keep ignoring the 'four word story' " Me too! Sorry Lord Byron.
Many thanks, I will be going to Whittington Castle tomorrow as a MOP, there are a few local(ish) groups attending. I'll go have a look and speak to someone :thumbup: (and try not to wander around with a pathetic look on my face in the hope that one of them will feel sorry for me and let me join!) :t...
Ditto Edeline's post. I am currently a member of a Tudor group but was looking for a group in another time period, I have been lurking in the background reading the society posts long enough, it's time to grasp the nettle.
Hi phendricks, I just noticed the line about crochet (they did crochet so why not knit?) I love to crochet but have never done any while in costume because I could never find any evidence of it (I'm in a Tudor, late 16C, group) do you know what type of crochet was done and where I could go to find a...
Hi and welcome to the site, I didn't recieve a private message it might be worth trying again and if it still doesn't work contact Cal. I am still waiting for the new block :roll: , but I will require your head measurement and other details before I can start anyway, so try again with the PM :thumbu...
Hi Joshua, I am having a nice new hat block made that can be adapted to make this design, if Adam can't help then PM me and I will see what I can do, but as I say my new block won't be finished until after Christmas.
What a fantastic story! I have just read it out loud and even in my very broad black country accent it sounds great. I hope you turn these into a book, I would buy it!
- Sat Nov 21, 2009 12:57 pm
- Forum: Creative Works
- Topic: LARP helmet. (NOT FOR ME)
- Replies: 4
- Views: 2049
I think it looks lovely, very creative I'm not a LARPer but I'm sure whoever it is for will feel a million dollars in it. It looks very well made, well done .
Hiya, I have posted a similar request in the costume section but I thought I would also ask here, can anyone help with working class costume for a man between the wars, especially trousers and caps. He will need a couple of sets of everything as he will be in them all day so we would like to keep th...
A friend of mine as recenetly got a job as a museum guide and needs costume, he has asked me for help but the little I know is of a totally different time period. So, can anyone help with typical costume for a working class man in the 1920-1930 period. We are having difficulty finding trousers with ...
- Wed Mar 12, 2008 12:08 pm
- Forum: Book, Film, TV & Music Reviews
- Topic: New scientist article
- Replies: 0
- Views: 772
I have been going through some back issues of the New Scientist and came accross an article in the 26th Jan 08 issue about 'Marvellous mithridatum' (pg 52/53) by Stephanie Pain. It was very interesting Mithridatum apparently was a cure for almost every illness imaginable and a antidote for all poiso...
You can get flat fur felt, it hasn't been used for about 60years but it is back on the market. I found some here, http://www.hatsupply.com/flat_fur_felt.htm but if you contack Baxter Hart and Abraham they may supply it, they are very friendly and usually very helpful.
Thanks, I think I have cracked it! I was having a little trouble dying hackles (they just would not take up dye as easily as other feathers). I eventually tried a dylon dye for machine dying! I know this sounds a bit odd but they work at cooler temps than acid dyes or some of the dyes for silk etc. ...
- Wed Feb 14, 2007 3:05 pm
- Forum: Costumes
- Topic: Braiding for tricorn and bicorn hats
- Replies: 15
- Views: 2364
I am agog at the amount of knowledge you all have I will try to get to the NLHF this weekend but I am looking to buy braid rather than weave it myself it all sounds far too complicated, if i do I will certainly say hello.