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If you’re looking for things to go to, or something to read, here are possibilities: The EXAR conference, which will take place in Vienna on September 26 to 29, has its programme online. Registration is possible via their website, with … Continue reading

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The 60th issue of the Archaeological Textiles Review is due out soon, and this issue is focussing on the study of Early Modern knitted items. It includes articles on two 16th century caps (including the earliest known example of Danish knitwork), 16th century wool … Continue reading

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To my and Heather’s great delight, we are in the very, very last stage of getting Ancient Textiles, Modern Science 2 all done and set – the last proofs have arrived, and it’s only a matter of giving the book … Continue reading

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It’s the season of people looking for ideas – things to give to others, things to wish for. So in case you’re one of the many, many folks on search of good ideas, here are three things – all of … Continue reading

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The 2017 issue of the Archaeological Textiles Review is out, and as usual, it contains a number of interesting articles. You can read the table of contents here, and you can order it via the webshop, where you buy a … Continue reading

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If you’re a numbers person (as in somebody who easily remembers numbers, lucky you) and a textile archaeology nerd in addition to that, the two numbers in the blog title might ring a bell for you. If not, let me … Continue reading

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Here’s a stack of things you might find amusing or interesting – or at least I hope so: There is a woven and embroidered Game Of Thrones tapestry, modeled after the famous Bayeux original. While the base design was made … Continue reading

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