Today was another day of moving boxes and rolls of fabric. Four car loads moved by the end of the day.
The disadvantage of buying in bulk is that when your studio collapses you have wholesale sized rolls of fabric to move. But I do feel as if we are getting there, slowly but in an organised fashion.
This is where I’ll be working – the row of units is really odd – I have a porch and a herb garden! Wouldn’t it be good to see some bulbs in there.
All the units are different sizes and shapes. Some have clear glass, some frosted glass, some have a porch, some don’t. Perhaps they were made to individual specifications and now those people have moved on?
It’s only a minutes drive away, you pull out onto the main road and its not worth getting into third gear before you have to turn off.
The back room is still looking empty. That table is a temporary measure until I get my replacement Horn cabinet. Its all uncluttered in there atm, but the table will fill the space almost completely.
Had I moved here before the studio I think I could have happily fitted into the space…. but I’ve erm, expanded. Bit like my waistline *sad look*.
Two more car loads were delivered after this photo was taken (below) so that left wall is now stacked high with boxes. But that's OK, I can see all my fabrics and my hand threads are now filling that white bookcase.
The art and dyeing materials are all sorted out and put away. DH thinks he can connect the sink to the drain for me which will be useful. I usually store papers and card on the shelves in the desks, but I’ve decided to keep all the papers at home – they’re just too heavy to keep moving around. Besides the shelves are now full with paints, printing blocks and dye powders.