I confess, I am a quilting snob. I require a design wall to lay out my quilts. I need to put everything up, then step away to get the big picture. Then I move things around, let it rest, look again, move things around, continuing until I get bored and put it together. My absolute … Continue reading Quilt Photography and Temporary Design Wall
Melva, from Melva Loves Scraps, is hosting a Studio Hop. Thanks, Melva, for giving me the impetus to get my studio cleaned up this week! Be sure to follow the links and see other studios, too. I finally have my studio set up in the new house! There are still a few things left, like … Continue reading Studio Tour!
I cannot be the only quilter with a box full of half used, tangled bobbins. Some days I feel like they are the bane of my existence. There is never an empty one when I need it, and they are never all the way full. Life is hard. (I don't have a photo, because I … Continue reading Bobbin Storage
This week, instead of whining, I'm going to share my progress in setting up my new studio. It isn't finished yet, but I can clearly see that it will be up and running shortly. This is where I started with my plan. Yes, I still use graph paper rather than an online design program. The … Continue reading My Quilting Studio Takes Shape