Here's another little peek inside my sewing studio! I often get asked about how I display my quilts in my sewing studio. Decorative quilt hangers can be really expensive and difficult to source in the UK (especially larger ones) so I resorted to buying curtain rods with a decorative finial. They're easily available from hardwear shops and DIY stores, and they're usually very reasonably priced too...
...the extendable rods are great, as you can see in the pictures above and below, the rod has been extended so 2 quilts can be displayed together. I like to change my quilts around to match the seasons, so my festive ones will be displayed later in the year...
...all of these quilts are patterns by the Australian designer Lynette Anderson. The quilts in the first picture are "A Dog's Life", and "Home, Family & Friends". The quilts in the second picture are "Stitched by Me" and "Anderson's Farm". When "Seaside Town" is back from tbe longarm quilter I'll have to reorganise my display!!
Hi - welcome to my quilting blog! My passions are my family, my dog, my friends and sewing, not necessarily in that order!
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These are the UK shops that I use to purchase my quilting supplies - fabrics and threads etc.