Ups and downs of the new Wool Shed display

The panels arrived from the printers. There’s one about the story of spinning, one showing the parts of a spinning wheel, and one pictorial one to be a background for some spinning tools. That was the hard one.

Display paneels

It looked pretty good up in position. “Now, where should we put this …”

John working on display

Then it came down and John attached some tools and labels.

Display up, not right

It went up. “That’s not right.”

Scotty at work

So it came down again for some more work. Ian (“Scotty”) this time.

Needs a few changes

Up it went again. “It needs a few changes”

Not quite

This went on for a while, and soon it was nearly right. (Can you spot the differences from the last picture? There are at least four. Click to enlarge.)

 Looks good now

“Ah. That’s what it needed. It looks good now.” (This photo is by John MacGibbon)

We are just a bit proud of it.

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