|It's time to downsize my loom collection and let this one go.|
But what do I do about floor looms? I started with a 36 inch counterbalance loom until I a saw a 60 inch jack type loom that I couldn't live without. So I purchased it and crammed it into my house. At the time, I didn't have the heart yet to part with my original loom, pictured both above and on the front page of my website. I was sure I could put both to use.
|My personal assistant is helping me disassemble my loom.|
This week, I went ahead and disassembled it. One of the nice thing about Leclerc's is that they can be taken apart and can put back together. It essentially becomes a pile of lumber making it easy to transport. This was especially good since I decided to move my big loom upstairs. We took that all apart too and right now, I'm putting it back together in the bright little room that held its predecessor. I'll call that room my studio. The table and carder that had been up there are being moved downstairs to what has become my workshop. It makes a lot more sense, much better feng shui. I definitely don't feel so crowded.
|The loom breaks down into a pile of pieces making it easy to move.|
So what are you all doing for New Year's Resolutions? Please let me know!