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Clothing by Jackie at Cloaked and Daggered.
Dagger by Roger at Lancasters Armoury
Boots and leather work by me.
Pictures by Jenny
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Looks even better in person, she's good that sewing lass :D
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Rather nice...... :)
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It looks fantastic! Now I want a kit like that...
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Cracking kit but who's that miserable old git wearing your gear omae?
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the first pic looks like you've been sent to the naughty corner :twisted:
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Suits you sir! ................. Seriously looks good. Excellent.
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How about a little decoration on that blue cod piece that is just peeking out. Be proud of it my man!

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The first picture looks as if you're having a waz up the fence. Seriously though...cracking kit Tod. I take it this is getting ready for that there Flodden malarky in 2013?

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It's part of a whole early 16th century project.

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"Red and green should ne'er be seen except upon an Irish queen" :P

Only joking Tod looks very nice..............Is it for the earlier Flooden period or mid 16th century (never Tudor in Scotland we had the wonderful Stewarts/Stuarts or various Regents instead :roll:)
I know there are differences in clothing throughtout the period but am not really up on the nuances.
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Early 16th century. James IV period.

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Fab kit...love the coat

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I know nothing of the era, but it looks rather splendid!

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