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Like every summer, I am taking a break from doing the things I love but that are still work – so there will be no sending out of orders from the online shop , and there will be no blogging … Continue reading

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I have bags! Paper bags! They are white. They are cheap. They are flimsy. They are not very large… and they come in large quantities only. Those large quantities are subdivided into packs of 100 each, neatly threaded onto a … Continue reading

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I’ve been wrapping up the GDPR things in time (which included software updates and some more reading) for the website and the Textile Forum website, worked on the CfP (which you will also get here, tomorrow) washing wool, getting ready … Continue reading

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Now that it’s warm outside again, and there has been some rain, it’s time again to clean some wool… and I’m beyond excited that I managed to get my hands on another rare breed’s fleeces: I now have Waldschaf wool! … Continue reading

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I’m trying to get on top of emails, get some writing done, wrap up stuff for the preparation of the next Textile Forum, cope with the GDPR things for the Forum website, and I need to get started on the … Continue reading

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Ah, the EU. As much as I love it (the Euro! free choice of where you want to live and work! no border controls when travelling! easy buying and selling of stuff!), sometimes the rules and regulations and bureaucratic bullshitty … Continue reading

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When I’m at the fairs, it’s always fun to explain the simple yet ingenious principle of the oillight to people. A lot of them get just as excited about these little things as I am – especially those with a … Continue reading

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