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Our very first guest on TQS, Joe Cunningham, just did a walk-thru of his studio.  Come along with him.  He was holding the camera himself, so it's a bit shaky, but you'll get the idea.
 

Want to have even more fun? Star members can watch that first episode, Show 101: Get a Life! from 2007.  It's fun to watch and see how times have changed the shows.

Click here to watch Show 101.


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#10 Jan Parker 2016-02-02 16:46
I remember way back maybe in the early to mid-nineties, you and Gwen came to the Icehouse in Grayling, MI to teach us how to do freehand feathers. I still have my work sheets from that visit. Very entertaining and enlightening!
#9 joleneshindler 2016-02-01 22:06
Thanks Joe! Wondering if you lived in Michigan? My great-grandfath er was a huge inventor of a sivible auto part in the auto industry. There's even a park named after him on the lake near downtown Detroit. "Chene Park"
Love the way you store your quilts!
#8 Becky 2016-02-01 13:51
Fabulous! I knew it would be O-so-practical! Love the finished quilt store idea. I will be sharing that with Mr. Husband to see what we can rig up. Thank you for that. Hope to see you again, in class, somewhere, some day!
#7 Becca 2016-02-01 10:33
Fun tour Joe! Obviously a wonderful place which inspires you! Thanks
#6 Lesley Morris 2016-02-01 09:11
Thank you for sharing. Great space! Loved what you did with your rulers! I'm inspired to do the same.
#5 Paige 2016-02-01 08:29
Thanks for the tour!
#4 Cathy Hale 2016-02-01 08:24
Love, Love, Love that it's obviously a work place and not something out of Better Homes & Gardens!!! Everything is neat and in its place, but practicality is the major focus. I could actually work there!!!
#3 kim mast 2016-02-01 07:39
Yes, I love to see behind the quilts too. It offers an insight and awareness, if that's a word. My jammin' studio nest can produce something good after all. We all feel comfortable in different spaces.
I love to see the pristine, but it is unrealistic for me.
#2 Willa Smith 2016-02-01 06:37
Thank you for the inspiration.
#1 EditorAnne 2016-02-01 02:34
I don't know why, but I love seeing people's studios!

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