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TerriVB

finished with new studio--with pics!!

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HI all--just figured out the picture thing and thought I would let all know where I am working--it is a converted small garage inside of a machine shed on our farm.

Son has to now store his car outside--but I will wash it for him whenever he has a date--that's what I told him anyway.

The studio isn't quite finished--I need some ideas on quilt and batting storage yet.

Hope you enjoy your little tour of my new world!!

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hope you all enjoyed my little tour--my daughter is going to college for interior design and she painted the little extras around the ceiling for me--and she told me that light green is supposed to be a neutral--should suck up all the extra color in the room to help see the true color of the quilts working on--not sure if true--but like how the color turned out--I am doing some decorating in the 30's aqua colors.

Thanks for stopping by!!!

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Your new studio is cute and cozy. I agree with the green. I find the color very calming. (of course we certainly don't need calming with our pita quilts do we?) Enjoy your new space. Love the saying around the top.


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ooooh! I see lots of nice wall space where your quilts might exclaim "Please hang me here!" or "Please hang me over there!" :)


"Of all the things a woman's hands have made---The quilt so lightly thrown across her bed---The quilt that keeps her loved ones warm---Is woven of her love and dreams and thread." excerpt from The Romance of the Patchwork Quilt by Carrie A. Hall
 

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Terri,

What a great quilting space. It looks like a nice comfortable space and I like the sayings around the top of the walls. One of the things I put in my studio was a white erase board. I use it to mark quilt sizes and any design information that I want to remember. This makes it a easy to quickly glance at where I need to be or what I need to do.

Char

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What a great area for your quilting - I'm jealous! I also see that nice chair for some relaxing and a good quilt book.

Enjoy - not many folks get this special place to call their own.

Love your wisdom around the ceiling.

God Bless - Sharon


Sharon Whittlesey

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Woodburn, Iowa

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What a great space! And the first thing that caught my eye was the sweet log cabin quilt on the cozy chair. I love Log Cabin quilts, they just say 'cuddle' to me. Now where is the cat? Hmmm, storage. I bought a couple of those big double wide units with doors sold in the laundry/storage area at Home Depot, they are white finish and about 24" deep X 4' wide. Then several of those put-together-yourself bookcases from Wally World. They are over six feet tall and not too deep but I store a world of stuff on them and they march along a wall nicely without sticking out into the room. Jan


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