Beth and Priscilla ventured out to the studio for a little sewing time while the weather was clear and before we braced for another 10 -12 inches of snow.
Beth is marking her pattern for her "lions" quilt.
Priscilla has made a good start on a new quilt she's composing from a pattern that she drafted and enlarged. She has a great selection of fabrics to pick from on her table, but we really like the shibori-dyed fabric she has on the wall.
When the quilters leave the studio, Inspector Suki feels the need to explore any items left behind. Here, she has jumped into a tall bag that Priscilla left by her table.
And, of course, it didn't take long for her to knock the bag over and make it more comfortable for her to see out.
It was another snowy day here, which limits her outdoor explorations, but she has managed yet again to locate some indoor possible attractions.
The studio was built by New Energy Works (Timberframers, Housewrights & Joiners) as an addition to the west end of our existing house. The timberframe structure is 23 x 33' and was built using reclaimed douglas fir timbers. The interior cabinetry was made from reclaimed rustic beech, and the countertops
from Australian Jarrah wood. The construction started in April, and we moved into the studio in August 2007.