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It’s busy bustling around here, both with my fingers on the keyboard, with more ETF website work (almost done far enough to launch, though!) and other kinds of bustling. Kinds that have resulted in something like a wool explosion in … Continue reading

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First of all – I’ve again managed to not mention Talk Like A Pirate Day on this blog in time, and it has whooshed past, like dates (and deadlines!) tend to do. And that even though my Pirate Roberts hat … Continue reading

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Bielefeld spinnt is over, and I’ve sort of regenerated a bit – thanks to a nice, relaxing day off work yesterday. It’s sort of funny to turn a Tuesday into a personal Sunday, but nice in its own way. Plus … Continue reading

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Just before the year runs out, there are a few new things in the shop – two new kinds of combed top and two versions of a really helpful little tool. Have I made you curious? One of the new … Continue reading

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Right in the middle of the preparing-for-November madness that is going on here, I have finally, finally managed to take photos of things. New things. For the shop. Exhibit A: Stone spindle whorls. These have been on my wishlist for … Continue reading

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I’m not entering a title, though. I’m not. Because today is somehow… weird. I did manage to get a stack of stuff done, most of it in preparation for the next fairs, but I’m still feeling way behind, and would … Continue reading

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Spindle whorls are lovely things… whether they are made from ceramics or from glass. Or from stone. Or bone. Or antler. Or lead. Speaking of which – I’ve been selling ceramic spindle whorls for a good while now, but these … Continue reading

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