Category Archives: the market stall

First of all – I’ve again managed to not mention Talk Like A Pirate Day on this blog in time, and it has whooshed past, like dates (and deadlines!) tend to do. And that even though my Pirate Roberts hat … 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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Just before the year runs out, there are a few new things in the shop – two new kinds of combed top and two versions of a really helpful little tool. Have I made you curious? One of the new … Continue reading

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Right in the middle of the preparing-for-November madness that is going on here, I have finally, finally managed to take photos of things. New things. For the shop. Exhibit A: Stone spindle whorls. These have been on my wishlist for … Continue reading

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I’m not entering a title, though. I’m not. Because today is somehow… weird. I did manage to get a stack of stuff done, most of it in preparation for the next fairs, but I’m still feeling way behind, and would … Continue reading

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Spindle whorls are lovely things… whether they are made from ceramics or from glass. Or from stone. Or bone. Or antler. Or lead. Speaking of which – I’ve been selling ceramic spindle whorls for a good while now, but these … Continue reading

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There’s not only seedlings sprouting, there’s also, finally, something new in the shop again: Handmade iron needles! I was able to buy the remaining stock from someone who made these needles for a while, and they are finally all sorted, … Continue reading

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