Sunday, February 5, 2017

Quilt Room Tour Feb 2017

22 comments:

  1. Nice video Anna, I like how you've change it up. Interested in what you do first on your sweet 16. Love all the repurposed items you've adapted to your needs. Boy you've got a lot of project boxes.

    ReplyDelete
  2. I loved the tour of your space, especially your bipolar section, you shared some great ideas! Thank you!!!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Loved the tour! Please tell me more about your sewing chair. I would love to get one!

    ReplyDelete
  4. Thank you for the tour and ideas! What is the brand of the chair?

    ReplyDelete
  5. Anna, your room is beautiful! So organized and tidy! Makes me want to get in and straighten up my sewing room. I have closet envy! I would love a walk in closet for my stash. Most days I can't get the doors closed on my closet because of all the overflow. It really is time to do some major cleaning here. Thanks for the inspiration! At some point I'd be interested to know how you like the Sweet 16 versus the longarm. Thanks again and have a wonderful sewing day!

    ReplyDelete
  6. Thanks for the tour! So many great ideas. What brand is your sewing chair?

    ReplyDelete
  7. So sweet of you to share this wonderful space with us! It really does look like a peaceful haven. The light from those windows is beautiful.
    Your videos are the best! I love hearing your thoughts and tips. I get inspired every time...and of course, have more questions ;-)
    What prompted the change from a long arm?...and who makes the sewing chair? :-) Thank you!

    ReplyDelete
  8. I love your room and I LOVE the old stove !!!

    ReplyDelete
  9. Thank you for the tour Anna! You've created a wonderful sewing sanctuary. I can imagine the fun you and your stitching friends have in there. I'm also interested in what brand the sewing chair is.

    ReplyDelete
  10. Thanks for sharing your room.... I am now green with envy! 😊 The size of it and your organization, wow!!! My husband thinks that my room would make a good episode of hoarders and he is right.... In my defense though it is a very small room. 😉

    ReplyDelete
  11. Love your sewing space - Thank YOU for sharing

    ReplyDelete
  12. I have sewing room envy! Miss the violet hair from the Crabapple Hill retreat last July...much thanks for getting me that dye # as it is now what I use on my hair. Always in stitches, but do take time to check where you are on the road.

    ReplyDelete
  13. Thank you for sharing your room, it is a beautiful place to sew in.

    ReplyDelete
  14. Hi Anna - your room is beautiful! I walk by your house often (I live in Sisters). Can you please tell me where you can purchase the chair you highlighted? Name etc? Many thanks in advance.

    ReplyDelete
  15. Thanks for sharing. Where can I get that sewing chair???

    ReplyDelete
  16. Such a charming tour! And your room is lovely! Thanks for sharing.

    ReplyDelete
  17. Wonderful room, great tour, I always enjoy your videos! Thank you so much!

    ReplyDelete
  18. Thanks for the tour! I would love to come and sit at your table and stitch. Yes, where do we find that chair?

    ReplyDelete
  19. Great tour. You have me thinking about changing a closet in my quilt studio. I love changing my space around.

    ReplyDelete
  20. Wonderful to visit you in your stitching room. So not like mine . . I've got some work to do! My favorite idea might be G's Happy Hour Chair. So sweet.

    ReplyDelete
  21. You have a great room, and I envy your windows. And I agree with your opinion to keep open space for things you love, it's something I wish I had done.

    And I really really need to find that T-shirt you were wearing !

    ReplyDelete
  22. So glad I found this video. I was searching for the one in which you talked about "the chair", is there a brand name you can share? Love love love your space. I was so glad to see so many repurposed items, that's how I built my room, and I think that's what makes so happy about it. I can totally relate to your design wall. Mine is made the same way, but I used the biggest command hooks I could get to attach to the wall. The ones at the top are upside down, and the wall sits on the bottom ones, mounted like a mirror.

    But I have to address my pet peeve. When talking about your ironing table you kept saying you cover it with Muslim. Muslim is a religion, muslin is fabric. I cringe every time I hear someone say this.

    Again, thanks for the tour. And while I am envious of your room, I'm even more envious that it's in Sisters, OR.

    ReplyDelete