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I’m getting asked now and then about the oil light swimmers in my shop – are they available on their own? And now… they are. With my last order of the complete sets, I was able to also get the … Continue reading

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I’ve gotten involved in a project, sort of, and that led to my finally stocking up on silk colours for the embroidery silks – emptying out the remainder of the undyed silk stock that I had left. Somehow, this seems … Continue reading

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…a-changing. Things, in my case. I have mentioned that there has to be some iron gall ink making to be done – which also involves portioning that ink and packing it into suitable vessels. Back when I ordered the first … Continue reading

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I’ve run out of iron gall ink now, so it’s time to get some more… or, to put it better, to make some more. Last time, I had a colleague make my batch, but as she’s not working anymore, I … Continue reading

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As usual, the month is running out and I am assembling my monthly (German) newsletter with news from the shop (plus some additional info I find interesting) juuust on the edge of it… somehow, every month, there is something happening to … Continue reading

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I’m still weaving. I’m also trying not to get completely sucked into that black hole eating all my brains and trying to eat all my time as well… because while things work really nicely on paper, and while I know … Continue reading

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I’ve been working on the new things, and they are successfully finished and in the shop – you can now get a sample package of the carded wools as well as a sample package of the washed wool to prep … Continue reading

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