A peek inside my NEW studio

Sunday, February 1, 2009

I enjoy working with designer quilt weight fabrics. Bolts of Amy Butler and Anna Maria Horner fabrics adorn one wall of my home studio. Smaller cuts of Heather Bailey, Michael Miller, Moda and more are sorted by color and found in the cube's below my sewing station.

The fabric wall is a never ending source of inspiration and joy for me. Ingenious, if I don't say so myself, the fabric bolts are suspended with pot lid holders (you know the kind you use to keep your lids upright in the cabinet). They are great because they allow for proper circulation and provide valuable hanging space for my completed projects.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Hi Andrea, This is your neighbor. I just wanted to say that I have really enjoyed reading your blog. Your writing style reminds me so much of a dear friend of mine that died in March of this year. She had been my best friend for over 26 years. She was a sewer too and extremely talented like you. As a matter of fact, I had directed her to your Etsy store while she lived. She loved your work too. Thank you for sharing so much of yourself and family. I imagine that your studio is beautiful. I love blue and white!

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