Hello and thank you for visiting my studio. As some of my regular readers will know, I have been in the throes of having my sewing room refurbished. Now it is a nice calm space, where I can look out the window at the view of the garden close by and the neighbour’s vineyard in the distance, which virtually disappears in the summer when the willows and poplars in the paddock below are in leaf.
The first picture is how it often looked in the past, mainly because my stash just kept growing. I found that clutter around me was not really conducive to being very creative.
That has changed immensely, my space is a bit smaller (blame the new and larger kitchen next door), but I am happy with less stuff around me.
And now I can see the view and have room for inspiration
with my books, threads and fabrics around me, it will be a good space to be creative very soon.
I hope you liked visiting my studio space, as well as the other art quilters who have been a part of this month’s Studio Blog Hop by members of SAQA (Studio Art Quilt Associates). In the few months I have been a member of SAQA I have already met quite a few fellow artists both in person and through the internet. If you would like to know more about SAQA, why not visit their website – http://www.saqa.com .