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I’ve done a few more shenanigans with the spinning angle changes conundrum – and here are pictures for you to look at. Here’s a pic of yarn before steaming: and of a second bit of yarn after steaming: and the … Continue reading

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First of all, sorry for the blog silence yesterday – I was away from the computer most of the day, and during the time I did spend physically close to it, we had internet connection issues. These do happen here … Continue reading

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It’s time again to prepare for a fair – the Ravelry Meetup at Wackershofen is this weekend, and I’m getting ready for it. I will be selling stuff in one of the houses – Haus Frank – where I will … Continue reading

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I’m not entering a title, though. I’m not. Because today is somehow… weird. I did manage to get a stack of stuff done, most of it in preparation for the next fairs, but I’m still feeling way behind, and would … Continue reading

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I’ve been washing wool – and since I buy the wool from my suppliers, and sell it on after washing, sorting, and fluffing it up, I need to make sure to do the maths so my prices are okay. And … Continue reading

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One of the nice things about events such as the IRM, or other fairs, is that you meet up with colleagues and get to chat with them about all kinds of things. Which includes learning about stuff… When I met … Continue reading

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There’s not only seedlings sprouting, there’s also, finally, something new in the shop again: Handmade iron needles! I was able to buy the remaining stock from someone who made these needles for a while, and they are finally all sorted, … Continue reading

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