I've been rearranging and spiffing up the studio the past few days. It's amazing what a few little changes can do for a small space. As wool fabric has taken over the place it's important for me to have it attractively arranged and organized. Besides the obvious benefit of having it easily accessible I find it comforting and therapeutic as well.
It may appear that I'm overly obsessed with having my wool stacked in colorful, neatly folded piles. But the truth of the matter is it's good for the wool... moving it around and giving it a shake and a refold can deter those mothy type critters from setting up camp.
Maybe you noticed the early blue painted trunk in the photo above. It's a nice early one. It has hand-forged hardware and the best early blue paint. It is for sale. But I do not want to ship it. If you live in the area and are interested please email me. Asking 175.00
The inside of the trunk.
I am working on a new little wool appliqué project. Here is a peek of what I've done so far. I'll show more in a couple of days. For now I am going out to my studio and... yup... fold some wool I dyed today! LOL!! Hey... it helps me sleep! Doesn't get any more therapeutic than that!!