I was thinking that this means I need to give up my loom. My Precious…a LeClerc loom named "Fanny" (they named it, not me) - made about the time I was born. A four-harness counterbalance that has the rounded edges of church pews. She was innovative for her time because when folded (it folds from the back, even when warped), it will fit through a standard door (please note, we have never had standard doors and Fanny has always insisted on being dismantled to be moved). She retails now for around $2500 - it's still a very popular loom because it's made for volume. Dave (bless his heart) bought it for me (for $750 and included the bench) not long after we got married - and hauled it all home from Wichita Falls in the trailor. I love the loom probably just shy of how much I love him and then the dog….so - Fanny stays (all 47" inches square of her). She now has her own little nook in the studio (where my computer used to be - it's been moved to the guest room). So another solution to the space issue must be found….hmmm….do we really need two cars in the garage?.....