Welcome to Day 2 of the Blog Writing Challenge. Today's post topic is our sewing space. Now here is a space I could work with and in! Mine is not nearly so spacious as this and I know I would have way too many bird feeders hanging outside the windows.
When we moved back to Oregon a few years ago we downsized to a 1400 square foot house. My sewing space had to downsize with it. But I have come to enjoy my little studio where the creative juices come to life.
I confess I took most of these photos after a Spring Clean Your Studio Blog Hop last year. I am currently waiting for the little cleaning fairy to get to work on my space as I wrap up several projects that have various fabrics scattered everywhere.
This is pretty much the whole of my space. It has everything I need within reach. I just need to learn to straighten up more often at the end of the day.
This year I have been working on adding some fun features to brighten the room. My new addition since the previous photos were taken is my Party Time quilt with the Flamingos. It just makes me smile every time I sit down at my machine.
The pdf pattern is available in my shop here.
And here is the star of my quilting space-Bernie. She and I have been together for over ten years now. We are just two old gals who keep on stitching together.
Since I cannot do anything about the size of my space I continue to look for ways to make what I have as pleasant as possible. A space where I want to be each day. Little touches do that for me. What brings you delight in your sewing space?
Welcome to the site of Debra Davis-a woman who loves the Lord and loves to quilt.
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My other blog where I share about my walk of faith:
Sitting at His Feet
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