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The workshop planning for the tablet-weaving is finally, finally finished. I’ve done a testrun on Wednesday, with three lovely ladies volunteering to be my guinea pigs for trying out the concept and the materials – and it was a good … Continue reading

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I had a lot of fun yesterday preparing for a tablet weaving workshop testrun – which, unsurprisingly, proves to be a lot of work. I last posted about this almost one and a half years ago, so it’s been stewing … Continue reading

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There are a few workshop opportunities coming up in autumn – one of them is the spinning workshop that I’ll be giving in Bielefeld at the Ravelry meeting. Courses are online now, and can be booked via the website bielefeldspinnt.de. … Continue reading

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There’s planning going on here – planning where your input would be more than welcome… I’ve been discussing, with one of the organisers, the workshops at the Hochmittelaltertreffen Jerichow. I will definitely offer my spinning workshop and teach spinning with … Continue reading

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Do you know that feeling that the plan of the year slowly emerges out of fog and nothingness? January and February are the two months when plans are made and dates are fixed, and the calendar becomes spattered and sprinkled … Continue reading

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The last workshop I gave turned out a little differently than planned – a little smaller due to some illnesses, and a little more open-themed, partly as a consequence of that. The result of this change toward more openness, and … Continue reading

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As of yesterday evening, I am the (middling) proud owner of a (mediocre, but functioning) model of a warp-weighted loom.Well, to be honest, it’s not completely finished yet – I need to fiddle with the position of the heddle rod … Continue reading

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