Quilters Companion

Setting up your workspace

We have all coveted the beautiful places that people create for their sewing adventures. I can swoon over these just as much as the next quilter. But we all know this is not necessarily realistic.

For one, we all create differently.

I am a messy thing whose focus remains totally on the task in hand, with no regard for my surroundings. Sometimes when I finish a quilting project I look behind me and cannot recognise the place as I have thrown threads and fabric to the wind while working. I would love to be a tidy person, but a leopard doesn’t change its spots. About the only time my studio is tidy is when I clean up to teach a class and need to fit extra people into the space

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