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I just found your videos today and am so glad I did! Your sewing room is a dream. I love your wall of little quilts going up the stairs. Would you mind sharing the name of the pattern for the little spool and jar of notions quilt? It is adorable! Now to binge watch the rest of your videos!!
Hi Anna,I enjoyed so much watching this video.Love your fabric storage room. Very neat and well organize too. Also just watching your videos I got the chance to see all kinds of nice quilt stores in different states and towns.Love your idea of keeping the vintage oven as decoration and looks so cute and the paint is still very good condition.Thanks a lot.
Love, love Quilt Roadies, watch 1 or 2 every morning to catch up! So enjoy watching your shows. I am new at using wool & would like to know what of the Valdani thread you use. Thank you so much!
Thanks for sharing your space with us – love your cozy room. I got several ideas from your tour – the Stella lamp, how you store your bins and sort your fabric…. I am curious about about the comment you made about turning your grandchildrens art into embroidery pieces. I searched under "grandchildren art embroidery" and found nothing. Can you explain this or share a site that will educate me please. I too am in need of a better sewing chair so will take the info you shared in an earlier post. Thanks for all your videos too
I LOVE your sewing room. I have a Tiara, which is basically the same as a Sweet Sixteen, and I am excited to be learning on it as well. I was wondering, is the wool you use for applique washable? Is it just for wall hangings that will not be washed? Do you hand stitch it? Thanks. I subscribed and look forward to watching more of your videos, because I have many different crafts going on, just like you! lol
❤️ your space. The old stove and all the items around you. I try to do similar but my space is very small. Thanks for sharing.
And I'm just learning to sew at 68! My living room is my sewing room, but it's just me and my cat, so I think it serves the purpose, but would love one like yours, lol
Coolest sewing room Ever!!! May I ask, where did you find your sewing chair? And love your videos!
What a great room and a great video! Your room is very inviting and calming. We moved a few years ago and I am still in the process of getting mine the way I want it. You seem to have a great personality and I am like Nicole, I feel like we could be friends as well. I am enjoying discovering your videos! Happy stitching! 🙂
Good tip about the Theracane (is that right), I have not sat at my machine in so long due to pain I must ask my physio about it, thank you.Love your room.
Where can I get that chair? Please and thank you.
Love your old stove and would love to see it, I'm sure your family would get a pretty penny for it not something you'd sell
Love to hear from nurses we are very creative people, we had to be during our everyday practice. Thanks for your tour I had my partner make me a pegboard which you can find the instructions to make one your room is certainly large enough check it out. Thanks again from another quilting creative nurse.
I love your room and your dog. It is cute how you call muslin fabric Muslim. I am so encouraged by your creative spirit. I'd love to live in Sisters Oregon too.
Where can I get that Halloween pattern?
This room makes me happy:)!
Thank you for the tour! I love the quilt rack…. we have a friend that does woodworking and my husband does his computer fixes for them – he has made my ironing station for my big board, my cutting table and now I will request a quilt rack! We never know who owes who 🙂 I also made the Halloween quilt that you have on your design wall! Lots of work but certainly a treasure! Thank you for sharing your travels with us…. If you come to Wisconsin sometime… visit us at my favorite shop in St Croix Falls – Pins 'N' Needles.
Anna – my hubby and I loved your video. He wants o purchase a chair like yours for me. Would you please share where you purchased it?
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