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To my and Heather’s great delight, we are in the very, very last stage of getting Ancient Textiles, Modern Science 2 all done and set – the last proofs have arrived, and it’s only a matter of giving the book … Continue reading

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I’ve wanted to try my hand at making video lessons for ages and ages now – and with the tablet weaving lightbulb finally going on in my head, it is finally time. So now there’s a little camera hanging out … Continue reading

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My current holiday knitting has finally been finished! Now winter can come (it was a scarf). It is actually already blocked and the (two) ends are sewn in, so it really is finished and not just in the “finished but … Continue reading

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So… the computer is sort of back to normal, the internet issue has been resolved. There’s something deep in the innards of windows called “winsock catalogue”, and if that catalogue somehow becomes faulty, the connection does not work anymore. Fortunately … Continue reading

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I like modern tech. I am very, very fond of my little computer, and I’m even more fond of its connection to the Internet, source of all things imaginable. Plus email, of course. So I was a very unhappy little … Continue reading

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There has been holiday knitting, and there has been non-holiday knitting. The difference between those categories, by the way, is that holiday knitting has to be a) easy enough to be worked on trains, buses, and planes, so no utterly … Continue reading

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It’s that time of the month again… where I have way, way too many tabs open in the browser. Which means, yes, high time for a link dump! Margarita Gleba and Susanna Harris have been working on the topic of … Continue reading

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