Thanks to everyone who voted in the Twitter poll for their favourite folkloric image for the T-shirt… we’re pleased to announce that the sea serpent design won!
#FolkloreThursday T-shirts are now available to pre-order from Hare and Tabor, and will be posted out in August!
Olaus Magnus’ Sea Serpent
The Mowing Devil
“Being a True Relation of a Farmer, who Bargaining with a poor Mower, about the Cutting down Three Half Acres of Oats upon the Mower’s asking too much, the Farmer ſwore, ‘That the Devil ſhould Mow it, rather than He.’ And lo it fell out, that that very Night, the Crop of Oats ſhew’d as if it had been all of a Flame, but next Morning appear’d ſo neatly Mow’d by the Devil, or ſome Infernal Spirit, that no Mortal Man was able to do the like. Alſo, How the ſaid Oats ly now in the Field, and the Owner has not Power to fetch them away.”
Witches and Their Familiars
Witches and Devils
Fairies Dancing in a Circle
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We are only able to get a small batch of T-shirts printed up in the first run, so do email us now if you’d like to register your interest, and bagsy one for yourself before they go to print to make sure you get one as soon as they come out! We expect them to sell for around £14 plus P&P.
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