I recently posted that my oldest daughter, Jenny, and I had secured shared studio space right next door to my youngest daughter's bakery. We have been working our tails off for the past two weeks getting the walls cleaned up and painted and getting everything in order and I thought you would enjoy seeing the process!
One very important part of any quilting studio are good design walls. Thank goodness for my cabinet maker husband, Kent. Since this is "shared" studio space these design walls need to be removed when I don't have students as this doubles as Jenny's photo studio. Kent attached a heavy angled molding to the walls to hang the boards on.
These cabinets can be rolled together and the wheels locked in place to create any size workspace for basting or marking. Beth and Kathy rolled two of these cabinets together to create a nice long table to baste this quilt. LOVE these cabinets!!!
I had a little Sew Day on Sunday to test the space out and see how it all worked and it was wonderful. I am really looking forward to many, many more classes and workshops here!
Hugs, Cindy :)