This post has a lot of pictures and very few words.
Chelsea made me go to Ikea, as you know. So here are some before photos of the rooms we fixed up.
This first room has the needles, spindles, some wheels and books.
The other room had carders, small tools, small looms and the Wall O’Fleece.
That’s Ian (Chelsea’s) and little buster helping to assemble the new shelves after a trip to return them due to a purchase of the wrong color.
Here they are mid fleece move.
This is the wall where the Wall O Fleece used to be…somuch better…yes, there are 5 carders and a picker on that table.
Her eis the Wall O’Fleece organized and lovely.
Beauty shot of the labels Chelsea made….with a lock of the fleece easy to see so you don’t have to pull out every basket.
Another angle of that room.
Here’s the main room. With Chelsea fixing the vacuum. All that fiber is really hell on the shop vacuums. Anyway, I am very happy with the whole thing. There’s still plenty to do but everything keeps getting better.
On Saturday the posse showed up….Carla, Erica, Katherine…
These two lovely ladies. I have completely forgotten their names (give me a break, it’s late)
And Jillian who is always a blur.
Saturday was gone before I knew it and then it was time for Sunday.
Marilyn was having a show opening to show off her quilts at Woven Art in Lansing and so we had to go. Isn;t she lovely…oh, that scarf? Handspun and beaded by her daughter in law Tammy.
This quilt is made with fabric that was originally black, then the color was removed and it was overdyed with indigo. It was my favorite.
And just one more for good measure.
Chelsea was doing fancy stuff with her camera.
Home we went so I could get ready for today.
And her4e she is. Favorite of the day. I gave her a short spinning lesson, maybe ten minutes and she was making great yarn. She’ll be taking a new wheel back to Isreal with her.
O.K. I am going to bed.