The weather turned cold (as in sleet in October cold) a few weeks ago so I moved my knitting and spinning stuff back upstairs to my loft. Truth be told, my winter spot is my favorite because its just so cozy. Since I’ve posted about the loft before, I’m just going to show you the new items and what’s changed.
When my family decided to sell my grandparent’s house over the summer, I picked up some furniture. Some sentimental, some function and some both. One of the pieces was a cedar chest. It was rather un-cedar-y so I rubbed down the interior with cedar oil (pro tip – use less than you think you need). Right now I’m storing various yarn in there in the beige cloth bags (to protect from the cedar oil transferring) and projects and bags in the cloth bins. I may change that around in the future.
My new Larry the Sheeple from ErinLaneBags. She now sells many sheeple prints – I still want to get the Doctor Who set.
Last but not least I did some re-organizing of my bookshelf. I move a lot of the books over to the cube organizers so I’d have a couple free shelves. I have my eSpinner and tools/current fiber (in the green basket) on the top shelf and my wedge bags on the second shelf. I have hooks for many bags but the wedge bags don’t have a great way to hang (hanging by the lanyards puts too much stress on the zipper pull).
Thank you for joining me on a quick tour of my loft! I’m so looking forward to spending the winter upstairs!