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I’m back home from the fair, and now there’s a nice stretch of time without fairs, for a change – time to take care of all the other things that need doing. As always, it was great fun to share … Continue reading

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It’s fair time again – I am packing up my stuff and leaving for the Nadelwelt. This is one of the most exciting fairs for me each year, in the huge buildings of the Karlsruhe fair halls, right in the … Continue reading

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I had a beyond wonderful time at the last fair – a lot of people stopped by to say hello that I see way, way too rarely; I had lovely food (Margit treated me to Königsburger Klopse for one dinner) … Continue reading

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The peach tree has started to bloom (probably because it felt like if Dutch trees are doing it, it should go ahead as well), my food for the weekend is all prepped and chilling in the fridge waiting to be … Continue reading

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Only three days left before I leave for the first fair of the year- counting today. You michgt be able to imagine the state of things here, and if not, let me give you a hint: all kinds of things … Continue reading

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I’ve been busy as a little busybody yesterday, winding yarns and making more distaffs and distaff DIY-kits and printing out info material and cutting reeds for spools for thread and counting things and casting new beeswax pieces and taking stock … Continue reading

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I’m back home, there’s an insane to-do list (which includes my fair homework, of course and as always after a fair), and here’s pics, as requested, to prove it did happen… The beautiful baroque garden and, in the background, the … Continue reading

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