This is the view from just inside the front door. I think it needs a little something, don't you? I'm thinking a long narrow quilted "welcome" wall hanging, hung from the ceiling, perpendicular to the wall so that it shields the design wall from the initial view.
The sunlight shining in from the window is pretty intense! I knew I wanted new window treatments, but I now know I will need at least a sheer over this window for quilting during quiet time. There's a roller shade, but that blocks nearly all that lovely light. My sewing machine table turned out fabulously! Hubby set up a camera mount tonight so I will have to do a little free motion quilting video soon.
Shelving unit full of supplies, thread, batting and other supplies. Way too much stuff! I need to make something, many somethings.Curtains! Patchwork curtains. That's what this room needs. Two for one, stash reduction and pretty window coverings!
A cozy spot for hand work. I haven't sat in this chair much since I stopped nursing my babies and now it beckons me to take a rest. That's our wonderful front porch just outside the window. My house is small but it has a lot of bits we love.
I got a little carried away and made a video tour of my studio too. My little guy who was
Now I will have to not only create beautiful things, but also keep the mess under control since it is the first room you see when coming in the front door! I think it will be quite challenging and uncomfortable, but I'm pushing myself outside my comfort zones lately and seeing a lot of growth from it.
Best part about this room? Other than traffic coming to and from the stairs, it is all mine for quilting!
I will link this with Nina Marie's Off the Wall Friday and Leah Day's Free Motion Friday.