Studio Day

Wednesday will be my Studio Day – a day to spend as much time as I can in my Perth Studio – designing, weaving, spinning, researching, documenting.

This is my studio in my apartment in Perth:

Loom room which is just the end of the dining table


Spinning area – just beside the table with the loom


And my stash cupboard – don’t you think it looks a little bare?  I will need to do something to remedy that.


Today I finished spinning the second bobbin of singles – 50% merino, 50% silk in dark blue – looks like indigo, that was purchased from Shades of Narnia at last year’s spin-in at Stewart Farm.  I love the colours and the way it feels silky in my hands as I spin.


On the loom, I have an eight harness twill block scarf in these colours of tencel


I’m excited to see how the scarf will look when woven.

Oh, and this is the view from my studio at sunset.

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I think I’m going to like it here.



About spinweaverbarbara

I have been steadily weaving since 1980. I enjoy sharing and passing on my learning.
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3 Responses to Studio Day

  1. Linda Meneghello says:

    Hi barb

    Looks great-wish I had time to visit

    Sent from my iPad

  2. so it won’t take you long Barbara to stock up on your stash (after all, you are in Australia now. Looking fwd to hearing more of you adventure. Now i am off to the Museum to weave, yes, i said weave (hah hah).

  3. Irene says:

    clutter free apartment! Ease of a small area to clean, Beautiful view for inspiration Yes a lovely space to be working in.

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