Friday, July 22, 2011
A Tour of my Studio
It is my habit after I've finished up a chunk of project to spend a day or so straightening my studio back out again. I am not the neatest person when I am creating (ok, I'm just not the neatest person, period), so every now and again I need to find the surfaces again. I have so much stuff crammed into my little room that I really need to put one project away before I can bring out another one. But, since this is probably as neat as it is ever going to be, I thought you might like a tour of the studio. Come on in!
Ok, you've walked through the door, and are standing in the center of the room looking back at it. Behind the door is tucked the ironing board, along with a broom, rolls of craft paper, driftwood sticks from Canada trips, a reed mat for rolling felt rugs, and walking staffs. The walking staffs are more for squishing scorpions than they are for walking. Scorpions may be a natural part of the ecosystem...but they don't belong on my walls. Turn a bit to your right...
Turn a bit more to the right...
Turn to the right again, and this is my loom wall.
One more turn around...
...and we're at my sewing and large item storage wall.
And of course, smack dab in the middle of the floor, on top of my hand made felt rug, there is always an animal or four keeping me company.
Thanks for stopping by!