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We’ve made this tent 4 times now.  It seems to be a popular size – you can fit a double bed and three single beds if you wish, or just a double bed and a lot of stuff! Here’s my c…

Family sized double bell

We’ve made this tent 4 times now. It seems to be a popular size – you can fit a double bed and three single beds if you wish, or just a double bed and a lot of stuff!

Using Hankies... isn't it gross?  Funny story about a girl who made the change.  I am tempted to try it...

Using Handkerchiefs Instead of Facial Tissue

Using handkerchiefs instead of facial tissue is another great way to reduce your use of disposable paper products. Try it, I guarantee you’ll like it!

Installation à la fête médiévale de Corroy-Le-Château 15th century, 16th century. Doublet, Cape, Capelet, Romeo, revels, faire, Elizabethan, Tudor, Renaissance

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Hooks on the ropes, leather to reinforce the canvas. Detail of the extant 17th…

Pavillion site - Hooks on the ropes, leather to reinforce the canvas. Clever design from an extant century pavilion, set up in the Historical Museum in Basel

Medieval Fantasies Company is an authorized Dealer of Panther Primitives Medieval Tents and Pavilions. Medieval Fantasies Company, USA. Sells a wide variety of reproduction tents and offers a lot of information

Medieval Fantasies Company is an authorized Dealer of Panther Primitives Medieval Tents and Pavilions. Sells a wide variety of reproduction tents and offers a lot of i

Forgotten DM: How to make a medieval tent.

How to make armour: How to make a Medieval Pavilion - single pole 12 spoke

Pavillion from the Vagabond Tabby 100_3086.jpg (JPEG Image, 500 × 376 pixels)

Pavillion from the Vagabond Tabby (JPEG Image, 500 × 376 pixels)

using a medieval storage cabinet (like a pie pantry) to create a non-electrical 'fridge'.

How to make an "Aumbry", or modern medieval fridge. Uses dry ice, but I can see one being built round a cool box working just as well (we fill our coolbox with frozen food and ice and it normally stays suitably cold throughout a weekend event.

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