At this time last year, the Canton of Foxvale was discussing plans of making coordinating tabards. Foxvale is known locally for its service, especially when it comes to serving feast at other group’s events. Two events were coming up that called for a little special detail, so we intended to adorn the colors of our Canton as we served during these occasions. Once we agreed on the idea, we were on the hunt for fabrics to complete our plan. Baroness Nadezda ze Zastrizl of Ayreton heard of our intentions and offered us materials that the Barony no longer needed. Fighting tabards of blue and green were gifted to our Canton from the Barony, but unfortunately these could not be repurposed for our project. We moved forward with our project, finding the appropriate materials and creating our serving tabards in-time to present at the events.
Meanwhile the fighting tabards simply sat in storage. Such a wasteful use of material is unacceptable. Something had to be done. With the cold winter upon us, I use this time to reclaim the materials given to us. It seemed best to re-purpose this material into something all of Foxvale could enjoy. So with a little patching, these old Baronial tabards have become a tablecloth for our Canton. The cloth fits a table of three by six feet comfortably. It could be useful during times when we sit at feast or when fundraisers are presented. I’m sure it will find its usefulness somewhere, and just in time for the New Year.