Monday, March 17, 2008

More Studio Pictures

So, we finally got my big loom moved into my studio space...



Neato! And there's a LOT more room left near the windows. I'm seriously thinking of moving my little 36" Harrisville loom over there as well.


I figure if I keep the weaving stuff a bit more separate from the home front, I'll keep more of my attention on the kids while I'm at home, and more on the weaving while I'm at the studio... And there's always little things to do at home, too. Playing with drafting software, twisting fringe, taking photos to list in my Etsy shop, etc.

On another note - if you are a weaver/fiber person, or even just interested in fiber arts, go check out Leigh's Fiber Journal. Run, don't walk, to follow that link folks. Seriously, I learn something every single time I visit her blog. It is *awesome*.

For example - have you woven a bunch of dishtowels (or are you planning some?) and you're wondering how best to finish/hem them? Well, Leigh asked folks about that and then posted an amazing compendium of finishing techniques.

6 comments:

Leigh said...

Thank you Kristin! I am honored by your kind words! I am also envious of your new studio! It's a very exciting happening.

DEEP END OF THE LOOM said...

I too read Leigh's blog almost everyday, learn something everytime and am greatful she's so talented and sharing with the rest of us. I love your studio, it looks wonderfully peaceful space.

Alpaca Granny said...

Kristen, your studio is so incredibly lovely. So clean, airy, and lofty feeling. I just hope that you get enough time to be there, although that time spent will certainly be more productive.
Maple

Emerald said...

My goodness, your creations are gorgeous and what an incredible studio and view. Enjoy and make many beautiful things in your beautiful fiber world. I love to see people make their dreams come true. Beauty.

Knitted Gems said...

Your studio looks wonderful and so organized! Congrats.

island sweet said...

did your ever imagine you'd be able to say "there's lot's of room!" it's looking inspired...