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I wanted to share this all with you because I am so proud of myself!  I've wanted to make an Asha'man coat forever, and I finally decided to make one for this year's JordanCon.  It turned out better than I expected (I'm only an intermediate sewer, and though the pattern said "easy" it wasn't that easy....)

 

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I like it!  I look forward to seeing you in it in a few weeks :ohmy:

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7 minutes ago, Talmanes said:

Nice! Some day I'll go to JordanCon...

 

You really must! :biggrin:  (This is my first year, listen to me all demanding...)

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It's worth the money.  It's a great convention, and there is so much to do!  Everyone is so, so friendly and welcoming!  Plus, you can talk about WoT with almost anyone there and they know exactly what you're talking about!  (The exception being people like my mom; I might bring her with me next year, and she knows nothing about WoT, but she'd still enjoy it because she loves people.)

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Too broke. Wanted to go but....meh. That's a slick getup though! You did a good job on it

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Bill’s Black Tower Facebook group?  Or is there another I’m not aware of?

 

I’m in the JordanCon costumers group.

 

On FB, though, I go by my pen name: Foster Bridget Cassidy. 

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1 minute ago, Mashiara Sedai said:

Bill’s Black Tower Facebook group?  Or is there another I’m not aware of?

 

I’m in the JordanCon costumers group.

 

On FB, though, I go by my pen name: Foster Bridget Cassidy. 

Yep! Bill's group. I'm Jennifer K. Barry on there. :)

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Then, yeah!  I know you from there!

 

I only joined right before this year’s JordanCon, though.  I didn’t realize it was a separate group!

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