First, I want to show you the cheapie thread board I made this week. After much research, I found several great ideas on blogs, with quilters showing off different thread boards. I liked them all and priced out several projects. All were a bit pricey in the end. So I thought I would design my own. After a false start last week, I manage to get one done that I can live with. Here's how I did it:
wa-la - my own sign! Now, I would like to take credit for this way of lettering - but Paul suggested it after seeing that Andy Warhol did it on his soup cans. (I guess you really can learn something from reading all those little museum signs!)
Which brings me to the second part of this post. I want to announce that next week I will be hosting a Studio Spaces and Sewing Places link party. Any blogger can link a new post showcasing their creating space - big or small - extravagant or humble. The link up will be open all year, so you can use it as an excuse to do some spring cleaning or show it in full creative flurry. Its up to you!
Now that said, let me say that I can be a bit
So look for the post next week - there will be a button to grab if you want. Spread the word. My button will eventually lead you to the link up party post when its written. I'm going to unveil my new grown up studio (that yes - I do actually work in - LOL) and I hope you'll share yours!