First of all, I am going to do something that is entirely self-serving--
I really, really, really would like a bit more of this fabric!
I used up all that I had when I was cutting these diamond shapes. Unfortunately, I forgot that when I cut them on 2 thicknesses with wrong sides together, half of the diamonds have lines running a different direction. So instead of having just enough, I am now short. I don't know for sure where I bought it, nor who made it, but if it looks familiar to someone out there, please leave a comment.
I don't need much!
Now, on to the real business here--- another sewing room visit!
My co-worker, Eileen, has shared these pictures. Eileen has a good sense of humor!
The entrance to her "studio" explains what many of us feel!
Now, as you look at next 3 pictures, aren't you amazed by how Eileen was able to hang from the ceiling and get these shots? Well, the truth is, Eileen's daughter made this little doll-house size sewing room! Notice the papers all over the little tiny bulletin board in the 3rd picture.
Now look at the real life bulletin board! I would say that the teeny tiny room is a pretty good depiction!
Thanks for sharing, Eileen! And that lovely new Bernina looks great in there!
And now for 4 more blocks of our City Sampler selection by Kristina--
Wondering how she decides what colors to use?
And from there, the rest is history!