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  1. tpocicat
    12-25-2012 12:25 PM - permalink
    tpocicat
    Have a very Merry Christmas!
  2. TheKingsFish
    02-27-2011 04:46 PM - permalink
    TheKingsFish
    No problem. Good luck!
  3. TheKingsFish
    02-26-2011 01:16 AM - permalink
    TheKingsFish
    though I also found the Rochester group @ www thescorre org
  4. TheKingsFish
    02-26-2011 01:12 AM - permalink
    TheKingsFish
    you can find your nearest group by searching for your town at www aethelmearc org
  5. TheKingsFish
    02-25-2011 10:48 PM - permalink
    TheKingsFish
    It is really easy. The hardest part is trying to decide which fabrics work best for you. If you are trying to go for warmth, look for nice heavy fabrics (fleece works well) on the inside and densely woven materials for your outer shell. Ski-jacket lining also works as a good middle layer, but that starts to make things a tad more complicated. Having someone else present to adjust your hem for you is also very helpful.

    Beyond that, all you need is a sewing machine, your thread, any clasps and embellishments you wish to use, and about 4 hours from cutting the pattern pieces out to your finished product.

    Feel free to get in touch with me or your local branch of the Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) if you need help.
  6. TheKingsFish
    02-24-2011 08:44 PM - permalink
    TheKingsFish
    Kamloops. If you couldn't tell from my location, it's not in the U.S.

    As for cloaks, they're surprisingly easy to make. Most fabric stores have decent patterns that you can choose from.
  7. TheKingsFish
    02-17-2011 12:52 PM - permalink
    TheKingsFish
    I think it's going on 6(?) years here. From what I remember of the brochure, the copyright on the script is dated 2004, I think. It was freezing and windy when my room mate and I went last year, so I think I'll be taking my cloak along instead of my coat if we ever go again.

    The engine used to sit in the local park for the longest time until the heritage society decided to get it restored and working again. I remember playing on it when I was a kid.
  8. TheKingsFish
    02-17-2011 11:42 AM - permalink
    TheKingsFish
    The actors mostly do their own stuff, but the plot is more or less based on an accident that actually happened.
  9. TheKingsFish
    02-14-2011 07:17 AM - permalink
    TheKingsFish
    We have a restored steam locomotive here that gets turned into a "Ghost Train" every Halloween. It's actually pretty fun once you get past the cheesy story line. The haunted hayrides sound like they would be interesting though.
  10. TheKingsFish
    02-11-2011 04:43 AM - permalink
    TheKingsFish
    Your user name is interesting. How did you arrive at that?

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