Many a quilter dreams of a studio that serves their every wish and desire. And when the budget is pretty large, outstanding studios can be the result.
A large, open quilting studio that allows for uninterrupted flow of space.Springboard
Not using your formal dining room as much as in the past? Make it your creative space. Raisinguprubies
Molly DeGroot's studio includes this amazing work table made using antique treadle sewing machines. BijouLovely
Convert an existing garage. Mosbystudio
Go upstairs for a studio space of your own. Houzz
This is the studio of "Got Kwilts?" Professional Longarm Services by Richla Ramsey. It is a combination craft studio and home office featuring vaulted ceilings, multiple windows, and a kitchenette. Riddle Construction
Take your creative space outside with a She Shed.She Shed studio
Work from home...only a few steps away from your back door. Titangardenbuildings
Need an even larger space. Check out Pokey Bolton's art barn. Pokeysponderings
Outgrowing your quilting space? Jenny Mostek bought the house next door. Visit the quilt house known as the "Cauldron" featured in Show 612
Star members can watch the show for free.
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