Thursday, July 9, 2009

quilters room with a view

I noticed a few blogs were starting to post pics of their sewing room check out Pat's blog she has a very neat and tidy sewing room..well welcome to my sewing room th pic below is the entrance when turning the corner of the basement..I have quilts that need to be quilted hanging on the doors as reminders..don't look at the top all stuff that don't fit in the cupboards

oh geesh who opened the doors!! oh well this is what is inside these cupboards some fabric some mags and you will see on the very bottom right some Golden Threads mags that I just can't let go of..they are from the 60's 70's and someone gave them to me the stack of fabric on the right 2 shelves are "do not touch" fabrics for projects I have in mind and the fabric is specifically for that project..
the bar is the opposite side and really becomes the "dumping grounds" I have to clean this off at least once a week by the end of the week.. The pic at the end of the bar my Great Gram painted many many moons ago.

this is around the corner of the cupboards I love my big ironing board hard to keep that cleared off too.. and the lamp I found in the garbage. the left cupboard has my "tools of the trade" and then we start getting in to the fabric. so that is what we walk into so far...again don't look at the top of the cupboards that is as neat as I can get them..
I am working on binding a bargello that I made for my mom to put on her dinning table.. a UFO almost completed. I have been appliquing on my Country Sunshine pattern is in the book click on the title and I am currently working on 3 mini quilts and another set of Cat blocks.. so workin' hard to make the quilting ends meet.. will have to slow down soon Sept is around the corner and all the meetings are going to start up again..



16 comments:

  1. What a great space & look at all the fabric you have. Nice area. TTFN ~ Marydon

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  2. You have a nice sewing area. Mine is getting a bit more organized - with my little ironing board (what took me so long to get that?????) and my forever covered cutting table. LOL

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  3. yes definetly a lovely place and what a stash.

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  4. Geez....I feel better about my space now! I wish we had basements in our houses as it is a great storage/sewing space.

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  5. You have a lovely sewing studio. Mine is spread around the cottage. I just loved the pics!
    Micki

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  6. Great room...I love your big ironing board!

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  7. Lucky girl! I have a room measuring 8ft x 6ft which I share with the computer! I have fabric stashed away in drawers and cupboards though, and in plastic boxes under the desk. I daydream of having a big room with a cutting table in the middle and a design wall! How good would that be?!

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  8. You have a big sewing room. It also looks like you have been quilting a long time.
    Love the quilts hanging on the cabinets.
    Can't wait to see some of your Country Sunshine. I know a group of ladies working on the same patten.

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  9. You have a great space for your studio, Deb. I would love to have a big ironing board like that and all that storage space!! I guess the more room you have the more you can spread out. lol

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  10. What a great place to work in- it looks like you might never have to go fabric shopping again-as if! LOL

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  11. Wonderful sewing room and a great stash!!

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  12. Thanks for stopping by my blog. You have some lovely quilts and I love the hangers your dad made.

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  13. A bomb went off! Kidding of course...it is a wonderful creative space and so fun to see all the nooks and crannies just jammed full of fabrics, books, notions and the like. Love it!

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  14. Your space is terrific! A delight spot to enjoy and make your heart smile. :-)

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  15. I just love your sewing area! I want your ironing board. It would be so nice for ironing yardage..and quilt backs. It seems every time I give a large quilt top a final pressing I manage to burn myself with the iron at least once? I want to come and go through your cabinets..and mess things up a little? LOL ;)

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  16. What a fun creative place to work. And yes, you do have plenty of fabric for AMG, I think, dear Applique Cafe friend!

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