Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Weaving Room



The summer fix-it project this year was the Weaving Room, the largest room in the house. Created in the addition of 1974 (before we lived here), the room had never really been finished at all. No proper flooring, an unfinished ceiling, it was missing trim and had a pair of hard to use closets.

It's all done now, only the second room in the whole house which can claim that distinction (the other room is the Weaver's office/Yoga retreat.) The kitchen is close to completion and my pine-paneled den isn't far from it either. Every one of the other rooms each need more than a day's worth of work, and we won't even mention the basement.

By Professor Batty



7 Comments:

Blogger Rose said...

I promise to keep your basement a secret! (p.s. don't change it!)


Blogger Professor Batty said...

As you lived to tell the tale!


Anonymous mary said...

I love the weaving room!


Blogger lab munkay said...

But where are the textiles? The foor is bare and the walls hold only supplies. Is this is a sweat shop located in FHQ?


Blogger Professor Batty said...

Mary ~ it is much improved from when AA was in it.

LM ~ actually, this is just for show, all the work is out-sourced to Haiti!


Anonymous Tykho said...

This is beautiful!


Blogger Professor Batty said...

Tykho ~ I would anything in my power to make the world a beautiful place for the weaver.

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