My sewing room is a small space…less than 10’ square…so I have to be very creative in getting the most use out of it. Mr. Sunshine is always trying to explain to me how I can not get one more piece of furniture in there…and then I amaze him by finding a way to do it anyway.
I’m doing great on storage ideas but my biggest problem has been table space. Then the other day I read this post over at Bloom and she led me to this post at La Vie en Rosie and a giant AHA! moment hit me.
Early the next morning I was out shopping for foam core boards and inexpensive batting and before noon my quilt boards were all assembled.
And now…look what I can do!
And I love being able to carry them right to my sewing machine. I can sew away without having to keep jumping up to get block pieces from the design wall. Wonderful!
I am now using them to finish the last row on my “The Road Less Traveled” quilt.
But the first thing I used them for was to finish my Nine Patch Challenge blocks
A beautiful pile of yellow and blue (with a touch of green).
And I finally have a plan for how to put them all together.