Category Archives: markets and fairs

I’m back home, there’s an insane to-do list (which includes my fair homework, of course and as always after a fair), and here’s pics, as requested, to prove it did happen… The beautiful baroque garden and, in the background, the … Continue reading

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I’m at the Nadelkunst in Schloß Weikersheim today, tomorrow and Sunday – when this post goes live, it’s about one hour until the fair starts, and I’ll already be there, fixing the last odds and ends at the stall and … Continue reading

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Bielefeld spinnt is over, and I’ve sort of regenerated a bit – thanks to a nice, relaxing day off work yesterday. It’s sort of funny to turn a Tuesday into a personal Sunday, but nice in its own way. Plus … Continue reading

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Part of category “fun things I get to do under cover of my day job”: filming. In the most current case, filming a short explanatory video about the oil light swimmers that I carry in the shop – to show … Continue reading

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The fair is over, and as usual for events like this, it was wonderful and exciting and a load of fun and really, really exhausting all at once. Fairs mean pure frenzy for several days – it starts with the … Continue reading

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I’ve been busy, busy, busy today, packing up for the Nadelwelt in Karlsruhe, with all the usual last-minute shenanigans that turn up when prepping for a fair. The whole flat, at the moment, is looking like a bomb dropped somewhere. … Continue reading

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I’m back home from the fair – and it was absolutely wonderful. Lots and lots of really nice and interested people, lots and lots and lots of interesting stalls with fibres, knitting knick-knacks, yarns and other things that one might … Continue reading

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