2. Lust after a small floor loom, but realize that that isn't going to fly in your tiny apartment (tried already) so look for a table loom.
3. Get frustrated with how expensive table looms are relative to floor looms.
4. Start looking at apartment listings and daydreaming of having a light-filled space for a small floor loom. (I fantasize about living in 800sqft. Looked at a listing for 1000sqft and actually gave a wistful sigh at the thought.)
5. Get really depressed at the real estate market in Vancouver. (To be fair, it's partly my own fault for insisting we live within walking distance of the ocean, mass transit, and my dance studio.)
6. Look at very high end apartment listings ($10,000/month+) and wonder "who are these people?". Decide you want to start a revolution to turn over these penthouses to people who will put them to better use. (1 penthouse could easily be a crafting studio for 10-15 people, am I right?) Oh look, this one is only $9000/month, what a bargain! And they allow cats, how nice of them.
7. Get down about the fact that so many people are struggling and crammed into tiny (and growing ever tinier) units while a tiny portion of the population has such a degree of excess wealth that they can waste $10k or $20k a MONTH on space they may not even use very much. And even if they did live there - you do not need 4.5 baths for a 4 bedroom unit! You just don't. Stop it. You're wasting resources. Also - if I'm paying $9700/month - you're really going to tell me I can't have a cat? Really?
8. Go a borrow a table loom from a very kind friend, eat some cookies and try to calm down.