For those to whom the concept of "crash space" might be new, even to those who may have been in the Society for years, but haven't been sure of this less and less used aspect of the SCA, take a look at this file in Stefan's Florilegium:
crash-space-msg (28K) 1/13/11 'crash-space etiquette' for both the traveler and the crash-space provider.
This is in the NEWCOMERS section, which I mentioned to you, Jeffery Vitale, in my first message to you. I'm glad that your first SCA event was a great time for you. Hopefully, this will lead to many more interesting times. You haven't mentioned whether it was the fighting or the feasting or something else that has interested you the most. No matter what it is, and there is still a lot for you to discover, I welcome you to take a look at the files in the Florilegium to see some of the things you can get involved in.
A couple of other files on clothing in the NEWCOMERS section which might help you:
clothing-4-nc-msg (12K) 11/28/10 Comments for newcomers on SCA clothing.
Do-not-Wear-art (13K) 8/19/12 "SCA – What Not To Wear – Belts, Baldrics and Scarves, Oh My!" by Lord Ian the Green.
Easy-T-Tunics-art (6K) 5/12/06 "Easy T-Tunics" by THL George Anne.
Directions for making a simple T-tunic.
in another kingdom, far, far away… or is it?
On Jul 15, 2013, at 10:24 AM, Heather Hillhouse <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Hi Jeffrey-
> I'm so glad you had a good time and found a place to crash! I'm a big fan of making it home safely, and I hope we all remember to clue in new people about crash space as it is not part of the mundane world for the most part!
> It was nice to meet you! :)
> Derdriu (that random lady)
THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas [log in to unmask]
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