My weaving and teaching studios

My weaving studio (click to enlarge)

Here are what my studios look like today–after finishing a book and accomplishing a major move. The two rooms are adjoining. They are a mess, but workable for both teaching and weaving. Someday you’ll see them all cleaned up with everything put away. (Don’t hold your breath.)

Although come to think of it, I’m pretty sure that every office or workspace that you ever walk into has clutter everywhere. It is a known fact that some people just work better this way. I know I do, and my friend does too. She primarily works from home as her job means that she can. But that is all about to change soon, as she has made the big step to go back into the office and work from there. Though she does it a couple of days out of the month, she has decided to go back full-time and I couldn’t be more excited for her.

Her employer told her that she could have her own office space, away from the hustle and bustle of the other employees, and it is the perfect chance for her to make sure her office stays as clean as possible. She has said that she has already come across somewhere like Office Monster that sells a wide variety of office supplies like folders, storage boxes, filing cabinets, and cupboards, and with all this, it should be a lot easier for her to keep everything clean. At least she has been given full creative control over which pieces she wants to get, as this makes the process even more exciting.

So, watch this space!

My desk and weaving classroom

So, watch this space!

My desk and weaving classroom

Provided that it goes well, I might have to do the same thing, especially if I don’t find the time to clear up my space in time for me to teach and weave.

So, watch this space!

My desk and weaving classroom

Provided that it goes well, I might have to do the same thing, especially if I don’t find the time to clear up my space in time for me to teach and weave.

So, watch this space!

My desk and weaving classroom

6 thoughts on “My weaving and teaching studios”

  1. Is that a warping mill attached at ceiling & floor, in the back? Can you give whys & wherefores of having it so tall, but having only a smallish section to wind on the warp? Or, am I totally mis-identifying the tool?
    Jennifer who is always checking things out, at night

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