Ah, Beth's a weaver.
'Twas reported some aeons ago that Hugh Gough had put wife Cristobel
[sp?] to work at the loom weaving action cloths, since the proper
consistancy could be bought nowhere. Bedard had some insistance
that the only proper jack rail cloth was world war I army blanket;
later wouldn't do. On the other hand, Daly had a variety of stuff
which he got from the Mother of all FabricStores in Portland ...
How fussy are yoose guys about your cloths?