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When I’m at the fairs, it’s always fun to explain the simple yet ingenious principle of the oillight to people. A lot of them get just as excited about these little things as I am – especially those with a … Continue reading

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One of the things that come up frequently when I do presentations or demonstrations of textile techniques is the value of textiles. We’re so used today to going into a clothes shop that sells things for ridiculously low prices that … Continue reading

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For a change, there’s good news from the EU: the seed regulation draft has finally fallen through. (In case you don’t know what I am talking about, here’s an old article from the Guardian about the regulation.) Things like this … Continue reading

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I love tea. Especially at this time of year, when it is cold and dreary outside, a nice cuppa makes life so much better, instantly. I also love to have the tea on a teapot-warmer – for some kinds of … Continue reading

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Back in March, I posted about videos with yoga exercises to help relax tense neck and shoulders. I did actually manage to keep doing good things like that for my shoulders – and not only them. These and related videos … Continue reading

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First of all, the good news: The 14C-Dating of the Ribe mitten is fully financed, and the initiator is, accordingly, quite happy. Thanks to all of you who helped funding! If you have not helped funding yet and are sort … Continue reading

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There’s quite a backlog of things-of-interest that has accumulated, both in my browser tabs and in my email inbox. And I am going to start blogging them… tomorrow. Because today I have to post this: If you enjoy a) organic … Continue reading

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