So after a month of total upheaval, paint cans, drop sheets, along with vacuum cleaners and floor mops, we are finally back to normal! There are a few pictures to re-hang but the worst is over. The six rooms look great and really freshened up... visibly brighter with fresh painted ceilings.
Its taken time to do a thorough cleaning of the rooms, and then the rest of our space since everything was crammed every available spot and then some! Think spring cleaning but late November instead.
Then we had to catch up on life, pay bills, see doctors, dentists , write Christmas cards, get gifts for the grand kids ready to mail away.... and get back to weaving again!
This is 9/2 French linen for some runners. The colour is new for me and is called brick. Its a coppery red and quite smooth and shiny. The eight shaft draft is a new one and I'll show you that later when I have some weaving actually going on.
I lost my sewing table and my serger and sewing machine are tucked away into an overflowing closet. That's a challenge for another day.... sorting out the closet into a more manageable mess! I use the serger quite often and so that presents a problem. My old desk was a cheap particle board thing that has been around since the late 1980's and has been recycled. I bought a gently used desk and even with my Handwoven collection across the back, there is oodles of room. I'll just bring out the serger and set it up on the desk when needed. I also inherited the family's file cabinet. It makes sense though for when I do up bank statements and such. I can put my iPod tunes on top and my printer too. (looks much better than our bed there in the last post)
By the end of this afternoon when I left to go and have supper, after Bruce helped me beam on the warp, I had 25% of it threaded. Feels real good to be back in the saddle again! This Christmas thing might slow me down a bit. 🎅🏻🎄