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As usual, somehow there’s an astounding lot of stuff going on once the summer comes to an end. Not only is the European Textile Forum coming up (November will, according to experience, arrive quicker than expected… as always), there’s also … Continue reading

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I’ve done a software update recently, and there’s some technical issues with the blog since then – which I hope will be solved soon. Technical issues of the kind where sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t, and the search … Continue reading

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Yesterday was a day for taking photos – because, well, the Newsletter for January was still to go out, and I actually had an exciting new thing for that one, which unfortunately had to be put into the shop before … 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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Things going on here? Not much in terms of new stuff – I am caught in maintenance, but it’s long overdue, much needed, and very good to finally tackle this. Basically, I am still sorting out the post-Forum chaos, with … 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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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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