I suspect this message wasn’t meant to appear on this list, but I’m going to take the opportunity to add a few things.
Here are a couple of the files I have in the TEXTILE ARTS section of the Florilegium on knitting. Perhaps they might be of interest:
knitting-lnks (12K) 6/11/05 Links to info on medieval knitting by Dame Aoife Finn of Ynos Mon.
<>knitting-msg (86K) 5/24/13 Period knitting.
p-knitting-bib (9K) 9/20/99 Period knitting bibliography by Lady Ingvild Josefsdatter (Nancy Spies).
And a few in the CLOTHING section:
Knit-Stockngs-art (23K) 10/ 2/01 "Knittted Stockings" by Baroness Rhiall of Wystanesdon (better known as Wrynne).
knit-stockngs-msg (16K) 12/24/02 Period knit stockings.
(Personally, I’m surprised at how long into period it took for knitted socks/leggings to appear).
And for those who taught at this event, I’m always looking for more good material, which can include class articles and handouts, to add to the Florilegium.
(Snow? Well, I did have to put on a jacket today. It’s now too cool for a T-shirt, compared to this last weekend)
> On Feb 17, 2015, at 5:17 PM, Sally Heald <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> I am able o follow a simple pattern. I think I'm going to learn a lot about knitting. Now when you and I talk I will understand.
> I think Wendy is going to try for crown. Student teaching is teaching her a lot and is taking a lot of time.
> We got about 1 inch of snow. Hope this is all for a while.
> Not much else going on.
> Talk with you later.
THLord Stefan li Rous Barony of Bryn Gwlad Kingdom of Ansteorra
Mark S. Harris Austin, Texas [log in to unmask]
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