Of course, some of the stuff on the moving truck was for us to either have or store. And that creates the domino effect. For a few days both places probably looked the same, with boxes and such. I needed to get some old stuff out to make room for new old stuff. I have passed by my sewing room and waved a few times, same with the looms, but there is light at the end of the tunnel! The box load is looking pretty puny in both places and today I think I am taking my last load of booty home in the form of a dresser mirror for the newly colonized guest room.
So here is what it looks like now, with the old matching set I remember from my childhood and look, is that a loom and a spinning wheel I spy up there?
Why it IS! And not a peep from DH either. I suspect he is just happy he doesn't have to move anymore of anything in and out.
He has forgotten about the mirror no doubt. That needs to be brought up and put on this dresser.
The loom and wheel like to be in the same spot because that is the chair I like to use for both, so it made sense to move them together and of course, those that extra storage in the dressers is perfect for fibers and such. ;)
So, down in the back room this is what has taken up residence.
Yep, a Louet 12 harness, 14 treadle Spring. This is my Dad's loom and she is a beauty! There is a very long towel warp on her and I'm hoping to do a little weaving on it when the dust settles sometime later in October.
In the meantime, blogging will be sporadic at best. We need to get hay in the barn, some fencing work done, trees felled and made ready for heat this winter and the garden needs to be attended to before the real cold sets in. Fall is always the busiest time of year and this one more so. But oh my the light is so beautiful this time of year......
Parting shot: Don't forget cuddle time!