kls_eloise (kls_eloise) wrote,

Phase I done

All dusted, cleaned, polished, oiled, and set into place.

Yes, it's going to be a bitch to warp - I'm going to have to pull it out of the corner to warp, and then push it back.  That's suboptimal.  But the square footage is limited, and that's just how it's going to be.  The loom actually weighs less than the sewing table next to it, which is made out of MDF.

Now I aspire to a proper bench.  Maybe next Christmas.

Next step - now that I've tidied up the whole room and spent a few weeks obsessing over getting the new loom up and running - I'm going to tear the place apart doing some sewing.

One thing at a time.
Tags: sewing, sewing room, weaving

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