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'''Directors chairs''' are a commonly observed sight at [[SCA]] events. They and other modern camping style [[chair]]s are one of the most ubiquitious non-period sights in a [[camp]].
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'''Directors chairs''' are a commonly observed sight at [[SCA]] events. They and other modern camping style [[chair]]s are one of the most ubiquitious non-period sights in a [[camping|camp]].
  
 
[[Wood]] and [[canvas]] directors chairs are generally considered more period looking than plastic chairs, but are not in a true [[period]] shape for a chair.  Some use [[cloth]] [http://www.geocities.com/olwenpenaur/Chairs.html chair covers] or a [[blanket]] thrown over the top to disguise these, and while the effort is appreciated, this still does not make them look period.
 
[[Wood]] and [[canvas]] directors chairs are generally considered more period looking than plastic chairs, but are not in a true [[period]] shape for a chair.  Some use [[cloth]] [http://www.geocities.com/olwenpenaur/Chairs.html chair covers] or a [[blanket]] thrown over the top to disguise these, and while the effort is appreciated, this still does not make them look period.

Latest revision as of 02:39, 11 September 2007

Directors chairs are a commonly observed sight at SCA events. They and other modern camping style chairs are one of the most ubiquitious non-period sights in a camp.

Wood and canvas directors chairs are generally considered more period looking than plastic chairs, but are not in a true period shape for a chair. Some use cloth chair covers or a blanket thrown over the top to disguise these, and while the effort is appreciated, this still does not make them look period.

The practice of using directors chairs at recreationist groups seems to be limited to the SCA.