|The airy entry has a nice selection of books, supplies and fiber-centric gifts.|
|Kon-Tiki Guys, tapestry woven by Freya Sewell (former apprentice) and WRRTBCHT, tufted rug by Dennis Reinmuller|
|The weaving studio entrance (closed to visitors).|
|Some tapestry education before the entry to the viewing balcony.|
Imagine it ....the viewing balcony runs along the perimeter of the studio space which is where the pool once was. Truly spectacular. Every weaver wants a studio like this!
|That's a ginormous frame for rug tufting...and the scaffolding for the one who is tufting!|
In addition to the weaving studio and gallery, there is also a cute little cafe that I long to spend more time in.
|A great rug in the cafe, described below.|
It is such a lovely, wonderfully-renovated building, well worth the visit if you're in the neighborhood. If you can't make it there, the Dovecot website also has a catalog of their tapestries for sale that is very much worth a browse. Especially fun to see are the tapestries that were inspired by Dovecot's swimming pool past.