Friday, October 1, 2010
Buckling under pressure!
I suppose I could put some of that nonslip stuff that you are supposed to put under it, but I wonder if it would really work.
I have thought about taking it up, and turning the looms to face the walls and putting boards on the floor to keep them in place. I would appreciate any input from cyberspace!
That, however means that we have to put up a substantial amount of wood to feed that woodstove. The wood was delivered today. I ususally try to get it in earlier in the summer, but didn't make it this year. We have enough wood left over from last year to get us well on our way and let this cure a little.
This is 2 dumptruck loads, enough to keep us busy for a day or two stacking it. You know what they say about firewood, "It warms you twice" even if you don't have to split it, I have found out.
Until next time, Happy Weaving, Tina