Now what? After a week and a half, the house is dried out, and 1/3 of our flooring is torn out. Which leads me to my request for help. The flooring in my studio is totaled. They pulled out the worst, but it will have to be replaced. I moved my loom so they could get the worst of it out, but now I have to empty my studio.
My question is this. I have a Macomber loom with two tapestries on it. One is finished and one is 1/3 of the way done. I cannot get the loom through the door without folding it up which is going to seriously release the tension. Is it possible for me to move the loom without losing the unfinished tapestry on the loom? Has anyone done this? Got any tips? I am not sure where I will be moving the loom since most of the floors in the main spaces of the house are going to be replaced, but first I need to get it out of the studio.
I would appreciate any insights or thoughts.