The fiber in the back shelving unit comes from various sources. I washed and dyed the fleeces. The rainbow is from Zebisis Designs. The fiber in the top right compartment is from Corgi Hill Farms, as is the fiber I've used to make the golden and hot pink rolled braids in the middle shelf of the left column. The purple on the shelf under that is from Zebisis Designs, too. The yellow BFL fleece in the middle shelf of the middle column is from BohoKnitterChic Spins. All the rest was processed and dyed by me.
I spun all of the yarns in the yarn shelving unit except for the bright pink one, which was spun by my 10yo daughter. I knitted the sweaters that are hanging on the left.
I love my fleece-washing station! It even has detergent. The corner shelving unit has thread, scissors, a niddy-noddy, hand cards, a full bobbin of handspun silk, and several tiny handspun, handknit garments. I crocheted the mandala on the wall above the cabinets from silk that I dyed and spun.
I can't even express how proud I am of this. I love it, love it, love it!!!
Here are some additional (process) photos:
Can you see it in the midst of my life-size fiber room?
UPDATE: I still don't have nice pants for the lady, but I have her in comfortable sweatpants for now.
I added a crocheted (by me) mandala to the top of the fiber shelves, and I stocked the cabinets and counter shelves.