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After a few small hiccups, it has finally worked, and I’m all psyched to announce that now, finally, my whole site is now running under the SSL protocol, as evidenced by the friendly green lock you should be able to … Continue reading

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There’s some more mini stuff going on here at the moment, though this time, it is actually work-related… and weaving-themed. When I explain textile techniques, one of the basic things that come up again and again is weaving – especially … Continue reading

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Somehow life feels like a whirlwind right now – so many things happening, coming up, or being under way that I sometimes feel like a child in a sweets store, with a wad of money held tight in my fist, … Continue reading

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A while ago, I got a commission for a gold and silk band, woven on the rigid heddle. Which delighted me no end, since I just love working with these materials, and I love rigid heddle band weaving, and the … Continue reading

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Things happening here, in no particular order: The cat is sleeping. Well, mostly – sometimes she wakes up and goes “meow”. Sometimes she wakes up and has an itchy ear, which results in something like this: The first seeds from … Continue reading

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I’m back home from teaching! It was lovely to be in Paderborn, and I really enjoyed the city in springtime – there was a blooming magnolia right in front of the place where I stayed, perfuming the air. I had … Continue reading

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It’s really warm and sunny outside, almost unseasonably so. Since it has been frost-free for a while and there has been some rain, that means it is warm enough, and there is water enough, to finally wash the wool from … Continue reading

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