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In 2017 I had the opportunity to purchase a lovely ranch home with a large, beautifully finished lower level.  It became the dream studio for my blossoming quilt and dye adventures.  I have ample space for design walls, cutting stations,

a pressing station, and fabric storage.

A separate room is set up as the dye studio for wet processes and messy stuff.

I plan to hold small retreats in the future (after Covid)

If you are interested, drop me a line in the contact section and I will keep you posted.

The view entering the main sewing area.

Some thread storage

My fabric Vault

Quilting Arts Magazine, August 2019. 

Open Studio features my studio.

Orbiting Ovals is also the Cover Girl!

My ribbon collection adorns the wall above the fireplace.

Print table for painting & flat dyeing

I lovingly refer to this as: 

My Bernina Island

Large, sturdy tables hold my Bernina 790 and the Q20 sit down longarm.  I love having them back to back to create an extra large surface for feeding large quilts through. 

The Bernina 440 also sits in its own cabinet. I love having multiple machines to setup for various

and dedicated functions. 

Corner of the dye studio with sinks

An old metal pattern cabinet holds many squirt bottles & other supplies. 
Dyeing 50+ pair of socks at a time requires lots of squirt bottles!  But, the more colors... the more the fun!

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