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  • Re: Quilt Studio Storage! I Need Some!

    Hey there Judy. Looks like you've put every inch of your space to good use. And I've seen messy, and your room is NOT messy. You have an organized space with purpose and visibility. My plan is to eventually fill the reach-in closet in my room with adjustable shelving. Lots of room for project boxes, and stuff and things. I like your cubbies
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Sharon on Fri, Apr 11 2014
  • Re: Quilt Studio Storage! I Need Some!

    Hey Carol, great ideas for storage! My batting is stacked on the floor. Plastic bins are a great idea. and, where did you get the acid-free boxes? I'd like to check them out. My first longarm, the APQS Lenni, arrived on Wed. I've been practicing ever since. So much to learn about the quilting part and the maintenance part! Here are a couple
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Sharon on Fri, Apr 11 2014
  • Does anyone use a chair by Heavenly Seating for sewing or longarming?

    I recently bought a longarm, my first. I don't like to stand for long periods, so I've been looking for a tall task chair for the longarm. I'm hoping I can find one that can also be low enough to use at my sewing desk, but that is not a requirement. Anyway, I found Heavenly Seating online. They offer task chairs with all the ergonomic bells
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Sharon on Mon, Apr 7 2014
  • Quilt Studio Storage! I Need Some!

    Help! We recently moved, and my basement sewing studio is 21' x 24'! Can you imagine? Anyway, I'm in desperate need of storage ideas. I have a decent sized closet, and am planning to put adjustable 20" Rubbermaid wire shelving in there for project boxes and the like. What I NEED are ideas for storing completed quilts, batting, thread
    Posted to Ask Quilting Questions Here (Forum) by Sharon on Fri, Apr 4 2014
  • Re: Longarmers Share #2

    Hi everyone. So glad to find this discussion. I'm about to buy a longarm. Have a less than a year old 2013 APQS Lenni demo with lifetime warranty picked out and on hold (refundable) as I secure the funding. Totally new to longarming. I'm sure I will have a miriad of questions as I go along. Oh, I posted to my blog about the research I did: Sharon
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Sharon on Mon, Mar 10 2014
  • Shopping for a longarm!

    I'm shopping for a longarm! Keep in mind, I am an in-vitro longarmer! Took a class once, fell in love with it, and immediately put on on my bucket list! I talked to Cindy Roth last year ( www.longarm.university ) as I started my research. I can't afford a brand new machine with all the bells, whistles, and computer, but I don't want to buy
    Posted to Sharon D's Blog (Weblog) by Sharon on Mon, Mar 10 2014
  • Sewing Studio ready to stock with quilting "stuff"

    We only have pictures left to hang upstairs!! Yea! That in itself will be a project, but a fun one. But, we've been in the house nearly 2 weeks now, and I'm getting desperate to move into the sewing studio. The house has a 1100 sq ft finished basement plus a 20' x 28' unfinished workshop for the DH. The basement has a decent office space
    Posted to Sharon D's Blog (Weblog) by Sharon on Mon, Feb 3 2014
  • Finally, we have moved!

    Finally, we moved into the new-to-us house on 1/22/2014. Thankfully, the weather was sunny and dry - but cold! The move went well, nothing damaged or lost. Of course, it was only 3 miles. Very nice experience overall. There have been the usual quandries about what to do with things, especially in the kitchen. Configuration means everything in a kitchen
    Posted to Sharon D's Blog (Weblog) by Sharon on Mon, Jan 27 2014
  • Anyone use Skitch for quilting?

    Yesterday, on F&P LOQ tv show, and in a blog I found, I encountered 2 quilters who use the Skitch ap for designing quilt motifs and other quilt-planning related things. Including auditioning quilting designs on blocks and quilts. Does anyone out there use Skitch as a tool for quilting? Would love to hear how you use it, whether you find it easy
    Posted to Quiltmaking (Forum) by Sharon on Mon, Dec 23 2013
  • The gift of a quilting studio

    As you know, we have recently moved to TN, and have been looking for a new house. Well, all I can say is that Miracles still happen! Late in September we saw a house that is about twice as big as the house we sold in Raleigh. Seems foolish to look at it - since we are both retired and pushing 70! It is a single living area with a mostly finished basement
    Posted to Sharon D's Blog (Weblog) by Sharon on Thu, Dec 19 2013
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