My daughter, Kelsey, chastised me for not updating my blog. She said it is "pitiful" because she doesn't have anything to read. Too funny, Kels. Then I remembered that I had a draft waiting for some time when I didn't have anything to blog about. So, here it is.
I've always envied all of you ladies that refer to your sewing rooms as studios. For some reason, I always felt only those that use their rooms for business purposes could call them studios. But I love how "Quilting Studio" or "My Studio" or "Sewing Studio" sounds.
So I have decided that after I get out of school next week, one of my first projects is going to be to clean up my "sewing room" and turn it into a "studio".
Here is my inspiration.
This is Anne Sutton of "Bunny Hill Designs" studio. I just love it. Couldn't you be creative in this room?
No, mine will not look anything like this. But, I do plan to make a large sewing area that will hold both of my sewing machines, add more shelving, rearrange and put everything in its place. Big plans. I just hope I don't fizzle out.
Do you need inspiration to clean up or re-do your quilting space. This link to Prairie Home Quilts has over 100 links to sewing/quilting rooms.
It doesn't hurt to dream, does it?
Happy snipping, stitching, and quilting!