I spent some time digging through my parents' basement today, and found a box of my old garb that I don't wear anymore. It's all heavily worn, but still in enough of one piece that someone else could get some use of it.All prices are negotiable - if you want something and don't like what I'm asking for it, email me with an offer. If we can agree on a new price, it's yours.
I can deliver everything here to Ragnarok. But I cannot take money at Rag, so if you want to pick it up there, you need to pay in advance (paypal is best, but I suppose you could write me a check and mail it if you wanted to).
I can also ship it to you for $7/garment (I can combine shipping on multiple purchases, so two would cost less than $14).
I'm a 39" chest. If you look at the pictures, you can see that some of the tunics fit me really well, and some are a little large or small. You can use that to guess if they'll fit you, or you can ask me for a specific measurement (or send me your chest measurement) and I'll check if a particular garment will fit you.
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TUNIC 1: $15
This was my first nice tunic. It's 100% cotton, and doesn't show much wear. The inside seams aren't finished, but they've not come apart in the many times this has been worn.
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TUNIC 2: $15
This tunic has a good story. I went to Tunisia a few years ago, and spent a day wandering the street markets in Tunis. After a lot of wandering down Aladin-style alleyways full of street vendors, I found a dark shop piled with bolts of fabric. The shop owner didn't speak any English, and I didn't know the Arabic or French for 'linen,' but I managed to find this green linen (or linen look?) and purchased two meters for *cheap*. I got home two days before Ragnarok, quickly sewed this into a tunic, and wore it happily the next week.
It's battered, but in pretty good shape. The seams are finished.
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TUNIC 3: $13
grass stains on the elbows.
This was my first feast tunic, and my first project working with linen (this is a linen-rayon blend from Joann fabric). The neck and cuffs are crudely handsewn and the seams inside are finished. The sleeves are a little short on me (I'm 5'7").
It's got grass stains on the elbows.
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TUNIC 4: $15
small tear on gore.
small tear in underarm.
This was my first project in 100% linen, and my absolute favorite tunic for a long long time. It's made from a heavy 8oz linen, and I really like how it feels. Because I wore it so heavily, it's got a lot of wear. The two biggest issues are a small rip on the front gore (I can patch this, if you ask me) and a tear under the left arm (again, ask me and I can patch this for you).
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TUNIC 5: $15
I made this in a hurry right before my first Rag because I thought I was going to run out of garb (I was right!). It's made from a stiff blue cotton, has a full skirt, and the seams aren't finished. It's hardly been worn.
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TUNIC 6: $15
small hole from hookah coal.
This is another Tunisia tunic! I didn't get the fabric for this in the dark shop. I got it at a shop I found a little later, that was full of women who looked at me like I was a crossdresser when I purchased fabric (no other men in the store).
It's some sort of linen like fabric. I feels like it might have cotton in it. It's a solid tunic, seams are finished, and it's still in good shape despite the amount of wear I got out of it. It does, however, have a small hole burned in the front from where someone knocked a hookah coal onto my lap (an incident that almost ended very painfully!). I can try to fix this hole if you'd like me to.
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This cloak has gone on many adventures with me, from before I'd ever heard of Dagorhir. It's been to all of the LotR movies, gone camping, and been on long walks in the rain with dear friends. It took me a few years to decide to sell it, but it'd just rot in my closet, because I don't wear it anymore, and I'd rather it moved on and found someone else to make stories with.
It's cotton upholstery fabric of a heavy weave, moderately warm, and waterproof until it gets soaked through (good in a drizzle, and some help in a downpour if you don't stay in the rain too long). The hood is a different fabric that's almost the same color, and it's lined with a black fabric.
The fabric is a little faded in patches, which I think makes it look more like something a woodsman would wear - better camo, and it looks well used (as it is!).
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As I said above, if you like something but don't like the price, email me with an offer and we'll haggle. I don't have room to store this stuff, and I'd like to pass it on to someone who can use it.
alricofdrentha at dagorhir dot com.