My sewing corner is feeling more like a special place. I had a quilt top that belonged to my husband’s granny on the wall. It was covering up a wall that needed to be painted. It never really looked that great. As time passed it started to look worse than the wall. I painted the wall in a flat white, and the table and chair in a gloss white. My husband and I had an idea to hang antique medicine cabinets in the bathroom. We found our first one. When we got it home it didn’t work at all in the bathroom. I finally hung it in my sewing space. I use it as a thread box, and I love it. I hung up some of my mother’s paintings around it. Now I have to fix the area you can’t see in the photo. I don’t think it will take to much time to finish it all up.
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A few years back my sister-in-law got me started on my first quilt. Ever since then I have been hooked in a big way. Quilting was always an idea that I was attracted to, but hadn't taken the time to dive into. The process takes me to that meditative place that art can bring into your life. I've always been a maker. Making is an important part of life. View more posts