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It’s the middle of a week! And a shorter one at that – time for some links! Jane Austen’s novel “Emma” has its 200 year anniversary this year, and there’s an exhibition about it at Chawton House Library, Hampshire, UK. … Continue reading

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Here’s some textile-related stuff (finally, as promised) that has popped up during the last few days. Enjoy! Tracy Hudson has an article up in the EXARC digital journal, looking at spinning experiments and how much they can tell us. Another … Continue reading

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I’m a little late for this announcement, but better late than never, right? The Jewish Museum in Berlin has an exhibtion (running for about one more week, until March 1) called “Snip it – Stances on Ritual Circumcision“. That exhibition … Continue reading

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A while ago, I posted about an upcoming exhibition of early modern dresses in Nuremburg. I’ve since received an update about this – it will start in December 2015. You can read more about the exhibition here. Also, it’s time … Continue reading

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Ages ago (or at least what feels like ages), I posted about there being an exhibition about fabulous replicated textiles being shown in Dresden: Parade Textiles for August the Strong. Special exhibitions somewhere off across the country are a tricky … Continue reading

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It’s a little later than what I usually blog about, but it more than makes up for it in splendour: There is an exhibition, very recently started, on the textiles of August der Starke (the strong), 1670-1733. The textiles stem … Continue reading

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I woke up today to a wintry-looking world again – it has snowed more than 12 cm by now, snow is still falling, and everything is covered in a soft, fluffy layer of white. The cat has ventured out anyway, … Continue reading

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