While the studio was clean last week for the Weekly Special taping, I thought it might be nice to record the cleanliness for posterity. It's not likely to be that clean again for a long time.
And while I was at it, I thought you might like to see the sanitized version of where I do my creating.
This is the studio. Yes, those red doors are where the logo came from. The center ones are taller. They weren't supposed to be. It's a long story.
Once you get inside, this is what you'll see. Turn to your left. No, the other left.
This is the north east corner.
This is the view you get when you walk in the front - straight onto the north wall.
natural dye samples that we need to put on cards. Behind the couch is all the stuff that wouldn't fit in a cabinet or on a shelf.
Moving clockwise to the right [as opposed to clockwise to the left. No, your other left] you see the White Yarn Corner. It has so much yarn in it that it creates it's own gravity.
Moving on, we have the east wall - dye area.
This is the dye sink. Recycled from one of those dudes who sells fixed bikes and lawn mowers out of his garage. I love guys like that. The little wood cabinet that fits so nicely under it is a salvage, too. It came just last year.
This is the dye cabinet area.
This is the dye cart.
This is the view from the back of the studio, facing the front doors. I love this view.
I love my studio.