A studio tour.

I just completed the wedding gift rug, so a tidying up of the studio is in order.  I have to do this between projects to eliminate too much “visual clutter”, which disturbs my OCD. I love my OCD.   Also, I’ll be away next week, so I like to leave things in order.

This week I’m sharing photos of my hooking studio, which used to be our attached garage.  I love this big room.  It even has a sofa bed, for extra guests. Take the tour below as I start packing for my trip.  I’ll see you all when I return.

There’s a lot of beauty out there and in a neat and organized workspace.

  Welcome... come on in!

Welcome... come on in!

  This is my hooking corner. It looks very quiet right now....

This is my hooking corner. It looks very quiet right now....

  I've had this antique table for decades.  It now is my cutting table with a large piece of tempered glass on the top.

I've had this antique table for decades.  It now is my cutting table with a large piece of tempered glass on the top.

  There are three closets in the room.  This one holds my wool stash, linen, and rolled up finished rugs.

There are three closets in the room.  This one holds my wool stash, linen, and rolled up finished rugs.

  This closet holds dyeing supplies, binding materials and yarn, and you can see that I hang some smaller rugs with "clippy hangers".

This closet holds dyeing supplies, binding materials and yarn, and you can see that I hang some smaller rugs with "clippy hangers".

  The third closet has my sewing machine set up, so all I have to do is sit and sew.

The third closet has my sewing machine set up, so all I have to do is sit and sew.

  My music and reading material corner.

My music and reading material corner.

 This end of the studio is for relaxing and maybe sleeping.  Thanks for taking the tour!

This end of the studio is for relaxing and maybe sleeping.  Thanks for taking the tour!