My Studio

Here I go, joining blogland and hoping to have as much fun posting as I do reading all the other crafty contributions in cyberspace.

I have lots I want to share with you, and lots to learn I think.  There is more to know about posting than I thought so bear with me as I navigate my way along the journey.

First of all let me show you where I sew.  I’m extremely lucky to now have a dedicated studio in the back yard, a place to gather all my goodies and house all my “started projects” .  And there are lots of them.

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Well this is the outside.

I was going to wait until I tidied up a little before I showed you the inside, however, that is highly unlikely to happen in the near future so here is my space, cluttered, busy and ….sew up my alley.

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I’ll be back with more, see you then.

Mel

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  1. Annette says:

    Luv your studio Mel…….you must also be in Melbourne, an umbrella is often needed. Thanks for Passport pattern & Myki holder is gorgeous, I don’t use mine very often mainly for quilt shows in the city. Happy Easter…….Annette

    • Mel says:

      Thanks for dropping by Annette, and for your kind words. I live about 2 hours out of Melbourne and could do with a bit more rain at the moment. Will be posting a few more patterns and tutorials as I navigate my way around the blog.
      Regards Mel

    • Mel says:

      Thanks Lurline, You have a lovely blog, love your projects. Noticed you are doing a Kim McLean Quilt – I am a few blocks into her lollipop quilt. The big joy has been collecting all the fabrics. I think it will be a long term project for me.
      Cheers
      Mel

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