|My typical arrangement|
My so-called studio is a small room just inside the front door to our cottage. There's not a lot of space, especially as the stairs are also in the room. High traffic, I tell ya! I like to pin baste but I don't have much floor space, nor do I want to be on the floor to do it. So I use my tables. They're counter top height and fairly small but I can use them in several configurations. I like to walk around the table as I pin and since the room is small and well....my rear is large....there's not a lot of room. The wheels allow me to push the table around as I work so I don't have to squeeze between the table and anything else. Not to mention move it when someone wants to come through my room.
Also I want to remind you that Craftsy is doing a 12 Days of Christmas promotion and you can see the offerings (they change from day to day, but all classes are up to 50% off) by clicking on my special link. That link puts a little Christmas jingle in my pocket. They've got absolutely fabulous classes for quilters! (I've been checking out the cooking and crocheting classes too!)
I have a feeling that most of my readers have already taken my class (and given it some amazing reviews!) but maybe there's a special friend who hasn't seen it yet, or someone on your Christmas list who'd love a few classes? Use my special Gift Any Class link to bless someone with their choice of class. (Again, my pockets get more jingly when you use my links!)
Next week, I'm joining in with some other Craftsy Instructors to do a blog hop. We'll be talking about our classes of course, but also about creativity AND there will be giveaways! I'll be joining in with the official Craftsy giveaway and doing a ruler giveaway as well.
So make sure you check out the site Monday and I'll tell you all about it! Now back to the quilting...
How do you baste? Pins, spray, by hand? On the floor, table, or wall? Inquiring minds want to know!