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After the conference is before the conference, or so it is said… I think. Well, it’s true, after all, and planning for the next European Textile Forum has started – we do have a date fixed for the conference, which … Continue reading

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Here, stuff is progressing. Coffee is being drunk. I’m still hard at work on the Forum webpages, getting them into a nicer order and stuff on them easier to access. Putting more stuff in there, too – which means I … Continue reading

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I definitely need more hours in a day. Or more nights that miraculously turn out to be working nights, yet still deliver rest. Or something like that. Yesterday, for instance, was totally gobbled up by work on the Textile Forum … Continue reading

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The stacks on my desk have shrunk a bit (at least enough so that I don’t get an instantaneous flight reflex when entering the room), the cat is happily draped over my forearm again, putting her paw on my touchpad … Continue reading

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I am back home from the Forum, and it was wonderful – a whirlwind week, as it usually is. Every time, I am surprised at how quickly time flies past when we are in Mayen, and every time I’m delighted … Continue reading

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I’m off to teach a full weekend’s worth of workshops – spinning, tablet weaving, loopbraiding, and sewing techniques, and I’m all excitement. Especially about the tablet weaving course. It’s been so long in the “I would like to do this” … Continue reading

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There’s two events coming up where I will give a presentation or paper: the European Textile Forum in November and, shortly after that, the Symposium to celebrate 30 years of Living History by IG Wolf, and I’m really excited about … Continue reading

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