The first to go was the Cambridge rug loom that had been gifted to me awhile back. We have several new weavers that have joined us at the Center, and I know that they are always looking to get floor looms of their own. I mentioned, about a month ago that I wanted to rehome the Rug loom, and within a couple of weeks, Karin said that she would like it. I brought the loom to the Center last Tuesday, and the transfer to her vehicle was made before lunch time. I had marked the parts and pieces pretty well with blue painters tape and a sharpie. I told her to let me know if she needed any help putting it together. She was a happy weaver, and was I!
Then, I knew I needed to move another loom out. 3 years ago, I bought a 45 inch Leclerc loom from one of the Bonnies. I knew that she had regretted that sale several times. I bit the bullet and sent her an email asking if she would like to purchase the loom back. She did, and she will!
The day I took the Cambridge rug loom apart and loaded it into my car, I started taking the Leclerc apart as well. It is now on the landing upstairs getting ready for pick up day either this weekend or the next.
(I also went through my clothes this week and I have a huge bag to take to the charity center! I am not done yet!!!)
That is it for me this week, I hope that as spring is breathing new life in my studio, it is happening all over the northern hemisphere for you as well. (The southern hemisphere will have to wait a 6 months or so, for their spring!)
Until next time, Happy Weaving and Spinning, Tina