Without further ado, may I show you around my weaving studio?
Thistle the Glimarka is being warped with my trusty warping trapeze.
Rose is sitting right next to Thistle - my beater for the Glimarka is perched on Rose's bench waiting for me to finish warping. Love all the light I get from the french doors that look out on my soon to be paddock area.
This area is behind my weaving benches. Holds my collections of yarn, shuttles, many weaving books and a rather large collection of books about Renaissance England.
This is the far right-hand side of the bookcase wall and is my sewing area and warping board storage area. One of my inspiration bulletin boards is centered inside the warping board - my husband's idea.
This little guy has been in storage for a few years, I now have room for him in my studio. He is a rather old but very sturdy Kessenich - built way back when Kessenich looms were made in Wawatosa, WI. Have an old warp on him that one of these days I need to weave off. Thinking about selling this guy so I can hopefully purchase a 12 or 16 shaft table loom.
And finally, my favorite thing about my new studio - a working fireplace with a real mantle! Love it, love it, love it.
Hope I have not bored you all to death, but I wanted to share my new studio with my fellow weavers. I send holiday greetings and warm wishes to all.