In Khiva, western side of Uzbekistan, I told of the carved doors and pillars. In a local shop, we found book rests
This was one of the most complicated and appears to be carved from a single piece of wood
And it can be adjusted in angle. I was told there were seven positions.
I can get four. Oh well, maybe with practise. It is about eight inches front to back and could take a substantial book.
Now off to draw my jacket pattern onto heavier paper ready for my class on Monday. I am looking forward to this. The day will be spent practising Chanel jacket techniques. I am going on a three day course in July to make the jacket itself. I only have 2 metres of fabric and must weave some more ASAP. That is next on the Megado when the donsu is finished.