Author Archives: Katrin

Over the last weeks, I’v finally gotten around to get some more knitting done, too, taking the needles into hand in the evenings. So after working on it on what feels like ages, my Moyen Age sweater is finally nearing … Continue reading

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Well, yes, at some point in time I manage to crawl out from under my comfy rock and actually do things that war the things to do at the moment… like go and watch The Last Jedi. We’d been planning … Continue reading

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Aarhus Press is offering “Warfare and Society ” as the free e-book of the month, looking at the connections between war and society. This is a complex topic, and the book looks at the connections from anthropological, historical, philosophical and … Continue reading

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Work on the shirt is progressing – it’s a rather simple one, oriented in measurements on the tunic reconstruction, and sewn from hand-woven linen. The cloth has a charmingly large number of weaving faults, which is rather nice for a … Continue reading

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Did I say back to the usual stuff yesterday? Well, this year is starting off with exciting things only; for one thing, getting the Bernuthsfeld stuff to a close. (There’s just a few more patches to decide upon and to … Continue reading

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It’s hello 2018, hello work, hello exciting new things! I’m looking forward to many interesting days of work this year, and quite a few fairs. First thing on the list, though: Finishing the Bernuthsfeld tunic, which is the thing I’m … Continue reading

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Hello and welcome, 2018! May you bring us all good times and joy, pleasant work and helpful contacts, exciting new projects and successful endings of current ones!

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