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The fair is over, and as usual for events like this, it was wonderful and exciting and a load of fun and really, really exhausting all at once. Fairs mean pure frenzy for several days – it starts with the … Continue reading

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I’ve been busy, busy, busy today, packing up for the Nadelwelt in Karlsruhe, with all the usual last-minute shenanigans that turn up when prepping for a fair. The whole flat, at the moment, is looking like a bomb dropped somewhere. … Continue reading

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I’m back home from the fair – and it was absolutely wonderful. Lots and lots of really nice and interested people, lots and lots and lots of interesting stalls with fibres, knitting knick-knacks, yarns and other things that one might … Continue reading

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It’s time again to prepare for a fair – the Ravelry Meetup at Wackershofen is this weekend, and I’m getting ready for it. I will be selling stuff in one of the houses – Haus Frank – where I will … Continue reading

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I’m back home from the forum lanarum, which was lovely – there were lots of very nice visitors, the organisers were incredibly well-organised and nice and helpful, the workshop room had plenty of tables and was light and spacious, and … Continue reading

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Well, off I go – off to be ready for the forum lanarum that starts tomorrow at ten! I was hoping for a little better weather to load stuff into the car, but it looks like it will continue drizzling … Continue reading

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I’m back home from a very big, very interesting fair – the Nadelwelt really was huge! There were a lot of stalls catering to all imaginable needs around modern textile crafting – buttons, bands, patterns (including patterns custom-made or customised … Continue reading

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