Oooh! I can just see you digging through all the fun fabric. That quilt is so lovely.
I am so excited to see the end result of that quilt... It just looks so fun, and I LOVE things in color-order.
That looks a little familiar!
My mom took Tristan downstairs today where the toys and my crafting area are. She swears he said "yikes" when they got to the bottom of the stairs in response to the mess.
Looks good, yeap....neat tidy you know where everything is...
Photo #2 is how I prefer to work, especially on a scrap quilt...just drag everything out, cutting & sewing with abandon! That's the worst thing about having the house up for sale. I've loosened up...do leave projects out, in progress...but can't quite *jump into things* like I used to.
Thanks for the sneak peek of your sewing room. My craft room usually looks like the second photo, so it's nice to see reality photos. LOL!
Ahhhhh! I can't believe I just happened upon your blog. I have just gotten the quilting bug back after a long hiatus and I am ready to go. I have been looking for some inspiration and here it is!!! You quilt how I want to. I was worried when I read the title of your Log Cabin post, wondering if it was going to be another plaid, dark quilt. But no! I see fun fresh colors that are exactly what I am wanting to quilt. I am still very amateur, only quilting patchwork ones, but I am taking the same vow as you to not make any plain squares this year. I had in mind to sew my next quilt like your "betty quilt". I hope it turns out. Also, do you have a quilting machine to stipple your quilts or do you do it by free hand? I will have to look to see if you have done a previous post about your sewing machine. I am in dire need of a new one. Sorry so long, I am just excited to have found your blog.
it looks like a LOT Of fun!!!
ok - the quilt is going to be great. i might just have to post a photo of my sewing room so you feel better. it is way worse.
that's about what i get out of my hubby. you see nothing darling...nothing at all!
Looks like fun - nothing like a good mess of fabric to make a happy girl! :-)
You should see mine...It´s much worse than that!
it just looks like a lot of fun!have a fabulous weekend~
fun! just wanted to comment, I am excited to say I am caught up in the quilt-a-long! thanks for sharing! love your quilts. inspiring me to get things done. thanks.
:) I can so totally relate! My sewing area is a wreck right now.
ha! only the best creators can make such fantastic messes! i can not wait to see the quilt! i love those colors!
I love your sewing table. Where did you get it? Thanks for sharing.
heh, what does he know? crafting is inherently messy, especially in the in-between stages!this was weeks ago.. it's much better now..http://www.flickr.com/photos/kitkabbit/1506934992/
That looks like an amazing quilt! No wonder you were having so much fun,
What a wonderful sewing room. You're a lucky gal to have so much space to work in. Love the color of your wall. That's the same color I have in my kitchen.
You look like you've been having fun. I like your sewing corner.
I'm so glad I stumbled upon your blog. You and your quilts are inspirational. I especially loved your Denyse Schmidt orange quilt. I've dusted off my sewing machine after many years. I appreciated reading your goals. Inspired me to set some of my own. Thanks!
I know how this feels. I'm trying to tackle some "early" spring cleaning myself. Love the quilt you're working on. Such pretty colors.Looking forward to visiting you in 2008.Happy New Year!
amanda...i forgot to answer your question about the knitting...i am making the cable throw, like the one leslie made for her mother in law...can't wait to finish and show pics!
Heehee. Love the look of creativity. Glad to see I'm not the only one that does this.
It's like a lesson in the tricks of advertising photography!I love that you have a sewing room to yourself in your new home - you so deserve it (even if it does get messy every now and then).
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