Corey

My Longarm Studio Construction finished

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My prayer is answered. After dreaming & hoping, my DH & I signed the contract with Four Seasons to build my studio. 12 feet by 25 to house my Millenium & Longarm gizmos only. One of our bedrooms is still my fabric room & finished quilts storage.

The cement was poured 2 weeks ago, the bamboo flooring were purchased yesterday & we are scheduled to be done by the 1st week of Dec. It is going to be attached to the back of the house, next to the patio facing the backyard overlooking my garden. No more customers coming inside our house.


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Corey Starkey

IQ & Bllissed Millennium

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Congratulations Corey, be sure to post pictures when your studio is completed!!  I wish I had room for a nice studio to house everything! Right now my longarm is in one bedroom and my fabric and other goodies are housed in two other bedrooms.  I have been seriously thinking about filling in my indoor pool and converting that room into my studio; the kids are all grown now and the pool doesn't get used much anymore.


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Congratulations Corey!  You will have a wonderful place to quilt and the view of your garden sounds inspiring.


Heidi Patterson

APQS Blissed Millennium with Quilt Path

APQS Sales Rep - Educator - Authorized Service Rep

Boise, Idaho

208-861-5018 (cell)

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I am waiting patiently for the studio construction. Talked to the builder yesterday, building materials are all delivered @ their warehouse, tentative date of actual construction from start to finish is 2 weeks, target finish date is 2nd week of December.

We leave for Marysville, Ohio December 14 & return to CA the 31st, so it will be tight schedule, I don't mind it that much as long as I have my Longarm Studio built @ reasonable time.

Will have to take pics of the cement slab foundation to start with.


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Corey Starkey

IQ & Bllissed Millennium

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Congratulations Corey

 

That is wonderful news.  I know how excited you must be.  I hope you will post pictures of the progress as it goes along.  I had my studio built 4 years ago and have enjoyed it immensely.   so happy that your prayers have been answered

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That's a great size for your studio.  Mine is 13 by about 22, so very similar. I have plenty of room (although who wouldn't want more??), but I LOVE it!!  Having my own space is so perfect. I have a door to the outside, but no path around to the back where customers would enter yet. Consequently, I'm still clean like a madwoman whenever someone is coming over. Hope to have the path by late spring...then my house can stay a mess!!

 

Congrats and be sure to post pics!!!!!


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Crazy Horse Quilting

Sequim, WA

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How exciting, Corey!  I sounds like you will have a space similar in size to mine, without the rectangle out of the floor where the stairway comes up!  ;)  There is nothing like having space dedicated to your quilting machine and all the other stuff you can cram in there!

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