If you couldn’t make it to my Quilt Market Review on Saturday, would you like to now join me on a photo tour of the Studio?
Here is the front entryway:
Don’t you love the hayfork? I found that in an antique store in Missouri a few years back:
This is the view that greets you as you come in the door to the Studio:
As you look to the left, you come to the “Civil War Corner”:
A closer look (hmm, I didn’t know they had stereos like that back then <grin>):
Looking across the room reveals more fabric, patterns, and Paintstick supplies & samples:
And to the right more books and the “Twirling Tulips” sample:
Let’s go into the back room now for some refreshments:
And while you’re snacking you can see a demo of the AccuQuilt GO!
or browse through some new books and lines of fabric:
Finally, if you need to sit for a while, maybe you would like to help me sew some blocks for this sample that isn’t quite finished yet?:
Thank you again for coming, whether in person or in a virtual visit. I hope you’ll come back very soon!
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