When I heard that Cheryl Sleboda over at muppin.com was hosting a spring cleaning blog hop, I knew I had to sign on. My sewing area had turned into a full on hotmess. Several upgrades, and a desire to expand my longarm to its full 12 feet created some urgency to get things under control. This blog hop was just the
This project began as a serious uphill battle:
Yes: somewhere under there IS my long arm. Crying.
And a brand spanking new Janome MCP 12000.
My view from my sewing machine: CHAOS.
So a team of experts was brought in. Everyone pitched in, even Genevieve the pug.
|"Jerome" loves her new clean table by Tracy's Tables|
|Casters allow the long arm to be shifted depending on whether I need to work from the back or front|
|Cutting table by Tracy's Table is lowered for more room.|
|Whoa - there's room for a HUGE quilt|
|One leaf of my Tracy's table lifted for a small cutting area.|
|Oh, I'm not supposed to be crawling around with a broken foot?|
May 8 Misty Cole Http://www.dailydesignwall.blogspot.com
May 9 Heather Kinion http://heatherkinion.com/
May 10 Jessica Darling http://jessicakdarling.com/
May 11 Lisa Blevis Filion http://upstatelisa.blogspot.com/
May 12 Peta Minerof-Bartos http://www.thenotsewguiltyquilter.blogspot.com/
May 13 Mandy Leins http://mandalei.com/
May 14 Amalia Teresa Parra Morusiewicz http://funfromatoz.com/
May 15 Sam Hunter http://huntersdesignstudio.com/
May 16 Debby Ritenbaugh Brown http://higheredhands.blogspot.com/
May 17 Debbie Kleve Berkebile http://www.mountaintrailquilttreasure.blogspot.com/
May 18 Michelle Mattingly http://stitchesofjoi.blogspot.com/
May 19 Cheryl Sleboda http://blog.muppin.com