Well... it's a long time since we've had a Friday t-shirt amnesty
, isn't it? So, tell me what you're wearing...
I appreciate that these days, lots of people are too grown-up, professional or oppressed by their employers to be wearing t-shirts on Fridays. Some of you may be none of those things, but choose not to wear t-shirts. So I'll settle for whatever it is you're wearing on your top half.
I've got my beautiful, brand new Hedingham Fair silver, gold and black "Three Ravens" t-shirt on.
Now, I was going to (a) link to a picture of my t-shirt on their website and (b) recommend Hedingham Fair, but their website turns out to be really horrible to use. Everything's there, but very hard to find (mostly due to rather non-orthogonal classification). Also, the Three Ravens design is new and doesn't seem to have made it up there yet. Or into their catalogue. You'll just have to trust me that it's beautiful.
Anyway! Horrible website notwithstanding, Hedingham Fair
sell some lovely things. T-shirts with folky customs, instruments or pagan designs on them plus a wide variety of other stuff. Possibly of interest to some of you is that in addition to a large selection of Christmas cards they sell cards for Yule, the Winter Solstice, Imbolc... all manner of things. Plus birthdays, and blank-for-your-message, and so on.
They're worth checking out. If the website is a bit un-navigable, try downloading their catalogue
. Or you could go and find them
at a festival.