Pat Sloan wraps up the Studio Organization series with some thoughts on thread storage, questions from our readers and lots of give-aways.
It’s voting time!! The theme for this week’s contest is Quilts with Baskets. Grab yourself a cup of coffee, a pencil to make note of your faves. You can vote for THREE quilts this weekend.
Today’s post covers some ideas for organizing and managing your magazines, books and patterns. I also discuss two digital products that help keep me organized and sane. Plus I have several upgrade codes to give away for both of my favourite solutions.
I entered my Love-ly Garden appliqué project in a contest. Please vote for me. Plus, I’m sharing a few photos of my cleaned-up sewing room.
You’ve seen and heard of a few ways to store fabric in our earlier studio organization posts this month. Today’s post is about Fabric Storage and we have an awesome give-away for you too. Join our link party for your chance to win.
Starting Tuesday, five designers will be sharing their fabric choices for making one of Pat Sloan’s Girls in the Garden patterns.
Leah Day of the Free Motion Quilting Project has published a couple of posts this week, that really struck a chord with me and I want to share them, along with my own thoughts, with you too.
It’s voting time!! The theme for this week’s quilt contest is Be My Valentine. Contestants were allowed to enter anything made with fabric this week, not just quilts. Grab yourself a cup of coffee, a pencil to make note of your faves. You can vote for FOUR quilts this weekend.
Please join me in welcoming today’s guest, Cathleen Savage from Quilt My Phone. She’s sharing her quilting story and her newest venture of putting quilt images on cases for phones, tablets, and laptops. Plus, you can win one for yourself too!
Happy Valentine’s Day. I’ve made a Love-ly Garden wall hanging (or table runner) free tutorial just for you! It finishes at 22″ x 38″.
This week I want to share creative ideas and tips for storage from some of my friends. These gals know it’s important to have a space that works for them. I know they have some ideas that might work for you too!
It’s voting time!! The theme for this week’s quilt contest is Commemorative Quilts. Grab yourself a cup of coffee, a pencil to make note of your faves and maybe even a box of tissues. The stories with these quilts are heart-warming. You can vote for FIVE quilts this weekend.
Continuing with our Studio Organization series, today’s post contains tips on storing and managing your quilting projects.
Today’s guest blogger Nan Baker is sharing her love of crafting and the inspirational work she’s done teaching and helping others to learn how to take care of pets during disasters. She’s also put together a slide show on “Safety Tips for Pets” and is giving away a gift too.
Please join me in welcoming today’s guest blogger Linda Hubalek as she reflects on the value of quilts. Linda’s also giving away a Kindle copy of one of her books too for those that help name one of the quilts she used as a child.
Continuing with our Studio Organization series, Pat Sloan is sharing some creative ideas to help you find a space of your own. Take your “before” photo(s) and join the link party for a chance to win Organizing Solutions for Every Quilter….
It’s voting time!! The theme for this week’s quilt contest is Snowy Friends. Grab yourself a cup of coffee and a pencil to make note of your faves. You can vote for FOUR quilts this weekend.
To kick start The Learning Center our February topic is Organization and Storage tips! I like to call this "Organization 101 a la Pat Sloan". I’m going to start you off today with what we’ll accomplish and jump right in and get started.