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I’ve spent this weekend teaching weaving to six wonderfully enthusiastic people – and I can tell you that while everyone enjoyed it (as I was told so) – I think nobody had more fun that I did. Tablet weaving is … Continue reading

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Now that you’ve heard the gist of my adventures in Dublin, it’s time for some other news: I’ve been doing a newsletter in German for a good while now, and I’ve finally decided to offer one in English as well. … Continue reading

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Dublin was… exciting, and wonderful, even though getting there was a tiny bit scary – I knew I’d be travelling alone, and taking two large suitcases. Plus a backpack. Plus a handbag… maxing out my luggage allowance on all counts. … Continue reading

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I am back home, the summer break is over, and it was wonderful. So wonderful, indeed, that all the happenings should be good for several blog posts. There was a bit of holiday things (we paddled down the Elbe river), … Continue reading

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After figuring out the letters, and how much space to leave between words, and how far the lines should be apart, one more thing remained to do: the layout. Measuring the ratio between height and width of the knitting, and … Continue reading

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While at the topic of buttons related to knitting, well, there’s one utterly classical phrase that lots of people find funny, or appreciate, or want to use as a heads-up for their environment. Which, of course, needs more letters than … Continue reading

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Let me tell you about buttons. Not the kind to close your garments, but the kind with a pin on the back that you pin to your clothing, or backpack, or whatever, to make a statement. Though I rarely wear … Continue reading

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