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  • Catherine Parkinson-studio

    storage in my studio
    Posted to Studio PIx by Catherine Parkinson on 19 Nov 2010
    Filed under: studio, quilter, sewing room
  • Catherine Parkinson-studio

    Another corner of my room
    Posted to Studio PIx by Catherine Parkinson on 19 Nov 2010
    Filed under: studio, quilter, sewing room
  • Catherine Parkinson-studio

    A veiw from the door of my studio.
    Posted to Studio PIx by Catherine Parkinson on 19 Nov 2010
    Filed under: studio, quilter, sewing room
  • Anjiejags log cabin part three

    Hi there. We are progressing nicely with the cabin. I have given the exterior two coats of wood preserving paint and the interior has been wired and insulated. The floor covering is being fitted tomorrow and I hope to move my stuff in the next day(Thursday). I have plenty of storage space under two worktops...
    Posted to Studios by anjiejag on 1 Jun 2010
  • 4 INCHES OF SPACE

    What can you do with the 4 inches of space behind the door? I didn't think you could do much but I was wrong. All my small bottles of paint, brushes and mediums are finally within reach. For so many years all of the stuff was in boxes or stands and quite a pain to access. Now I find I'm experimenting...
    Posted to Studio PIx by corinaw on 15 Mar 2010
    Filed under: studio, paint, organize, brushes
  • Cutting Table

    My cutting table was a 1920's buffet I bought at a garage sale for $15. I removed the cupboard doors and gave it a couple of coats of cream paint. Hubby added an 8 inch extension off the back to make it a little deeper. It is the perfect height for cutting and the baskets underneath hold a multitude...
    Posted to Studio PIx by corinaw on 13 Mar 2010
    Filed under: studio, quilter, studio details.., cabinets, Quilting, sewing room, cutting table, organize
  • Almost Organized

    New Year's Eve my husband came into my sewing room and remarked "this space isn't working for you". He grabbed pen and paper, made cutouts of existing furniture and we came up with a better layout. In two days, without buying anything new, we had reconfigured the space into a perfect...
    Posted to Studio PIx by corinaw on 13 Mar 2010
    Filed under: fabric stash, studio, quilter, studio details.., cabinets, Quilting, stash, sewing room, organize
  • Re: Welcome to the Studios Forum

    Hi, I'm chiming in again on this thread as I do appreciate the feedback. "Clutter" is indeed a relative term. Me? I like a lot of visual enticement and do just fine by clearing a space for the process at hand. My husband, who draws, must have everything just so before he begins. However...
    Posted to Studios by Cate Prato on 22 Jan 2010
  • Enchanted Studio, view 3

    Another view of my sweet home studio in Tucson, Arizona.
    Posted to Studio PIx by tclaire1123 on 16 Dec 2009
    Filed under: studio, Quilting, Enchanted Studio, Claire O'Connor
  • Re: Welcome to the Studios Forum

    Kathy: My studio is a sunroom, three walls of windows and four skylights, and really minimal wall space. It was featured in the very first Studios issue if you to see how I cope with the storage issue. I do have two bookshelves that are filled with fabric and I used tension rods at the top of each and...
    Posted to Studios by jane davila on 21 Jun 2009
  • I dare you...

    to show me your studio! Here is my latest blog post , you don't need to edit or do anything fancy. Please! Just do it.
    Posted to Interweave Books by MellyT on 21 Jun 2009
  • Re: Welcome to the Studios Forum

    Hi there! I'm a newbie here. I am a sewer turned painter turned quilter turned art quilter! Now I finally feel at piece! (ha!) Anyhow, just wondering, does anybody else out there do their art in a sun room? I LOVE the light, but lack of wall space is challenging when it comes to furnishings, especially...
    Posted to Studios by KLSpaints on 3 Jun 2009
  • Re: Welcome to the Studios Forum

    I forget about wonderful treasures when they are hidden. I have cleaned up my studio for a charity studio tour and it drove me carzy I couldn't find a thing for months. I did inheret two truck loads of my best friends mother's stash. That totally messed up the last of organization in my studio...
    Posted to Studios by Whidbey2 on 27 May 2009
  • Re: Welcome to the Studios Forum

    For years, I couldn't come up with a way to store fibers that helps me find them when I need them or helps me to choose the best one for a project. The way I store them now has been working very well. I take old Christmas cards and cut the cover off. Then I take a fiber and start wrapping it around...
    Posted to Studios by reginabdunn on 27 May 2009
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