Tight Quarters In The Sewing Cabin


This is the cabin on our property; it was originally a chicken coop from a 100 year old farm.  As you can see, it is very different from the greenhouse building, where I will be setting up my quilts.  Over the weekend, we converted the cabin into my sewing studio!


This little building was redone with recycled materials just before the greenhouse was built.


 Soma and Kaya are resting on the floor of this new work space.  It’s going to be tight quarters in the sewing cabin, but I think it is going to work out nicely.

This morning, I joked with my son, Wes, that I now have a quilting campus in the backyard!  He replied, “You have “Building  A” and “Building B.”

I will show you more pictures of my new sewing studio tomorrow!

Have a good day!


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