New pics up...

Finally -- a pic of Lauren's DWR. Although it is hanging over the stair railing
-- so you only see
half of it. It is now in Minnesota at the long arm quilter. I can't wait to
see what she does with
it -- I am always amazed at her work!
I also included Phase 1 pics of my sewing room. These weekend we revamp the
closet and assemble the
new table for my new Pfaff 7570 so I can start sewing on it! I'm eager to try
my hand at
embroidery! I still have way too much overflow hanging out in the guest room
that I need to move
back into the sewing room... so soon we'll have that done!
My Purple BOM (EQ design in webshots) is almost complete. Need to finish adding
the borders to
it...then that top is done! WOOHOO! I'll really be happy dancing.
Did a little on the Twisted Bargello yesterday -- but today was all about the
purple!
Kate in MI
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Kate G.
Love the Wedding Ring Quilt and the colors. Some day I will try one, when I am better at sewing curves. They are still the bane of my existence. The window you have to look out when sewing is absolutely wondering. Green with envy.
Kate, trying to email you but it keeps getting returned. Did you ever live in Williamsburg, MI.
Steve Alaska
Finally -- a pic of Lauren's DWR. Although it is hanging over the stair railing -- so you only see half of it. It is now in Minnesota at the long arm quilter. I can't wait to see what she does with it -- I am always amazed at her work!
I also included Phase 1 pics of my sewing room. These weekend we revamp the closet and assemble the new table for my new Pfaff 7570 so I can start sewing on it! I'm eager to try my hand at embroidery! I still have way too much overflow hanging out in the guest room that I need to move back into the sewing room... so soon we'll have that done!
My Purple BOM (EQ design in webshots) is almost complete. Need to finish adding the borders to it...then that top is done! WOOHOO! I'll really be happy dancing.
Did a little on the Twisted Bargello yesterday -- but today was all about the purple!
Kate in MI
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steve
It's really lovely, Kate. What a beautifully rich set of blues. . In message , Kate G. writes >Finally -- a pic of Lauren's DWR. Although it is hanging over the >stair railing -- so you only see >half of it. It is now in Minnesota at the long arm quilter. I can't >wait to see what she does with >it -- I am always amazed at her work! > >I also included Phase 1 pics of my sewing room. These weekend we >revamp the closet and assemble the >new table for my new Pfaff 7570 so I can start sewing on it! I'm eager >to try my hand at >embroidery! I still have way too much overflow hanging out in the >guest room that I need to move >back into the sewing room... so soon we'll have that done! > >My Purple BOM (EQ design in webshots) is almost complete. Need to >finish adding the borders to >it...then that top is done! WOOHOO! I'll really be happy dancing. > >Did a little on the Twisted Bargello yesterday -- but today was all >about the purple! > >Kate in MI >
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Patti
Kate,
That is really pretty. Love the different blues. Can't wait to see the maize and blue bargello.
Hope your team takes it easy on mine today (BSU is where I graduated and we go to all the games. We had tickets for today but.....)
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Kiteflyer
Nope -- never in Williamsburg -- Started out life in Ohio....(for 30+ years) 6 years in State College, PA, 9 years in Minnesota... and now here.... about 15 minutes from Ann Arbor!
Kate in MI
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Kate G.
Beautiful DWR, Kate! You will post pics when you get it back from the quilter, won't you?
Your sewing room is wonderful. Love that window - and you have everything so organized!
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Louise
The DWR is gorgeous!! I am working on one now but very slowly!! LOL Your Autumn Splendor is beautiful, too!! And your sewing room is to die for--Is the shelving attached to the wall? You look so organized--maybe you'll be my inspiration to get my "stuff" organized.
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Donna in NE La.
The shelving is Closet Main units from Home Depot. For stability -- DH did anchor them to the walls tho.
The Autumn Splendor is a Thimbleberries pattern... made with Thimbleberries fabrics... but is perfect for this time of year.!
Thanks for the kind words...
Kate in MI
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Howdy!
Dear Madam, Thank you for the pictures of your quilt/sewing shop. We are especially interested in the fabric on p. 6, bin 6: Greens. Will be filling out order form when available. Thank you.
Ragmop/Sandy ;-D
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Sandy Ellison
I wish my fabric were that organized. When it comes to fabric organization... I'm at a loss. A good number of my mini-tubs are "finished" quilts... the leftovers. I've kept them that way because I know what fabric I used in what quilt (kind of -- for the most part) and so I know where to look for it. I don't have a lot of large yardages.. mostly FQs and remnants. Hopefully when DH gets my shelves finished... I'll be able to tackle that. I still have more big totes than I have room for in the room. So I either need to break them down... or move them into the guest room or the basement (2 flights down).
Kate in MI
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That window is why I"m up there! I could have a larger space in the basement. It wouldn't be terrible. It would be well lit and I could custom design it (kind of like I did with the shelving here). But I couldn't have windows. Decided to take smaller square footage.. and keep the window!
Kate in MI
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