Day 2

It’s Day 2 — and, hopefully, the last full day of turning the garage into my studio!! We bought a shed recently with the intent of storing (and organizing!) all the accumulations in the garage giving me some much needed space for a studio.

Yesterday I spent the day doing that organizing and stacking boxes in the shed. Talk about being sore this morning! But today is the payoff — I get to bring my looms to the new studio as well as all of my yarn stash!

My modest little home is already breathing a huge sigh of relief! I believe my husband is too!!

Have a wonderful day!
Happy spinning and weaving!

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