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Seeking Studio Mate

Below are pictures to the space that I’m looking to share with a working artist.  The building houses many artists and creative entrepreneurs, as well as an antique warehouse on the first floor. The monthly rental price ranges from $200 – … Continue reading

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Gut Feelings

This is what I am learning about myself:  my gut is like a divining rod and seems to know a lot more than my head.  Recently, I’ve been working on building a steamer-on the cheap!  I need one because my … Continue reading

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Starting to Feel Momentum Again

My goal was to hit the ground hard on June 1 after a little break from my big project.  My head was on board with this idea, but my body had different ideas.  Why does my body always have the … Continue reading

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Hurdles

I’m in the throes of dyeing yardage and making templates for the Baptist Mission Trails Hospital project.  My timeline is pretty tight, so what I accomplish every day matters. In my first batch of yardage, I had several pieces that … Continue reading

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Big

Working big was a major intention for 2011.  This intention was certainly fulfilled with the Baptist Mission Trails Hospital project.  The three quilts will each be 60″ x 60″.  That is big!  At least for me! Working big has meant … Continue reading

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Studio Progress – Blinds

With some design help of my friend, Jill Becker, I created a very functional solution for my windows in the new studio.  This is a minimal sewing project–only a tube to hold the upper slat of wood.  I used two … Continue reading

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New Studio Neighbor

This weekend I had the pleasure to meet my newest neighbor in the Studios at 1100 Broadway–Anna Luna. She is a the owner of Crafty Girls Workshop and will soon be offering fun classes in the 1400 square foott Suite 311. … Continue reading

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Spaciousness

I rediscovered spaciousness in the studio this week. I have always been attracted to small spaces. I think it may have something to do with the organizational challenge of making it functional. I have recently moved into a new space … Continue reading

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Day 4

Day 4 was rained out.  There was rain from the ramp.  There was rain from the old drips that had been sealed.  There was rain in brand new places.  After moving my studio mates canvases out of his area to … Continue reading

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