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9th-Sep-2011 12:08 am - Stuff For Sale
art nouveau smoker
I have a few Renaissance or Halloween related items for sale..

Black Fringed Top and Long Skirt with Orange Corset Renaissance Dress/Costume

Tripp NYC Black and Purple Victorian or Renaissance Dress

I have more auctions up as well, just look as all of my listings under "See Other Items" to the side!
15th-Jan-2011 10:58 am - spam
a job for...
Is there anything that can be done to prevent all this ridiculous spam we keep getting? I notice that it's being removed from the group page after it's posted, but it's still annoying to see on my f-list.

Maybe their needs to be a process to be accepted to the group to prove you're not a bot, or a Russian spammer, or whatever?
11th-Jan-2010 09:15 am - German Renaissance Gown for sale
art nouveau smoker
If you can, and you want it, please buy it. I could really use the money. As in, badly. (lol)
http://cgi.ebay.com/German-Renaissance-Gown-Medium-New-Without-Tags_W0QQitemZ290390393845QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item439c9dc3f5#ht_10225wt_1165">German Renaissance Gown, Medium, New Without Tags

Thank you!

~Tania

Any questions, just send me a message on eBay or a comment on my journal...
4th-Feb-2009 02:59 pm - Ritual Garb and the economic crisis
Eco-Warrior, Like This, Princess
Lets face it, fancy garb can be expensive, and not all of us sew our own clothing.  I've been weeding things out of my closet, and I could use a few more dressy options, so here is my plan.  At the next pay check, I'm going to take some friends to my local Good Will thrift store to find some nice dressy outfits to wear to ritual. All my coven requires for garb is a simple turquoise tabard that you can wear over anything, but it has to look good with turquoise. Hopefully I will find something new because I've been wearing the same stuff for about three years now.
19th-Aug-2008 10:11 pm - Boo! Too few posts here! More ideas!
salem tree
Since it seems like no one has been sewing recently, let's start thinking about it again! Maybe you don't have anything to pimp yet, but what garb project has been tripping around in your head at night? What are you planning on putting together when you have time or "get around to it"? Be descriptive...let's inspire each other!


As for me, I've been tuned to Quaker-Paganism recently. Simplicity is an important element of Quaker life, and Quakers in the past of course wore clothing much plainer than the folks down the road wore. I've always been attracted to plant fibers and straight-seam construction, so what I want to do is make a thigh-length cotton T-tunic (SCA style) and matching pants/leggings/whatever. I have a way-too-big floor-length red cotton tunic with gold edging currently, and I'd like to take that in to where I can move and work and not set things on fire (though if I'm going to be on fire, natural fibers are the way to go). There's so much fabric to work with, I can probably eke the pants out of what I cut away. I think with care and craftsmanship, this can become beautiful red Yule garb. If I start from scratch, I want to go with plain yellow for the sun, and embroider the edges finely with yellow thread.

What about you?
1st-Aug-2008 05:21 pm - The Phoenix Feathers
Desire is the beginning of Creation
Hey!

I am currently looking for contributors for a new e-zine called The Phoenix Feathers. We are looking for people who would like to write about their chosen earth based religion and see it published on a new online community forum.

Do you enjoy writing? Are you Pagan? Are you Heathen? Are you Wiccan? Have you ever considered publishing your work? Do you attend a regular drum circle, or meditation circle? Do you have artwork that you would like to share with the community to gain exposure? Tell us about it!

We are looking for contributors who are willing to publish informative articles about their angels, guides, matrons, patrons, ritual formats, and experiences. We are also seeking people to do reviews of local drum circles, concerts, public rituals, festivals, etc.

All Submissions and Inquiries can be sent to

Thanks,
Kitten

x-posted to all of my pagan groups
2nd-Dec-2007 11:20 pm(no subject)
Here is a pic of me in my ritual garb. Let me know what you think!

4th-Oct-2007 07:22 pm(no subject)
Carnivale

Hello!

Just a brief note, to introduce myself and promote what we do.  I hope people are interested. :)

www.firecat-masquerade.com

Firecat-Masquerade is a UK based organisation run by Dominic Carroll - fine entertainer, craftsman and now entrepreneur, to promote his own skills and the skills of a network of fine entertainers and craftfolk.

If you're interested in bespoke masks for decoration oir ritual use or high-quality performance art for an event or party, please: Email Him or contact him using the details at the bottom of the page, and he'll be happy to discuss the project.

I make quality bespoke masks, drawing on many varied sources, including various pieces of folk-tales and pagan imagery. I'm happy to ship masks, props and costume pieces worldwide.

A couple of images behind Cut - more in the website. :)Collapse )

31st-Aug-2007 10:52 pm - Shoes! Soon.
salem tree
Since it's pretty quiet around here, perhaps you won't mind if I prepost about some shoes I made today. I will actually post when I gain the ability (read: camera cord) to post the photos. Think medieval. Think four dollars at Goodwill. Think two hours of alterations. I'm very proud! Pics and story soon!
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