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Creating Your Perfect Quilting Space Paperback – November 14, 2005
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About the Author
Lois L. Hallock is a quilter and professional organizer, with a specialty in maximizing efficiency. This is her first book.
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The section on fabric storage was an eye-opener. I've been feeling pretty smug about tucking my fabrics away in plastic shoeboxes, very tidily arranged on a closet shelf, but now I've discovered that plastic storage encourages mold to grow in the fabric.
The book progresses from least-expensive makeover to the big dream spaces, but I think the title could be somewhat misleading to people who are on very, very tight budgets. Most of the options offered run in the $1,000-$2,000 range. It will take a while to save that much money -- especially when I could be buying more fabric -- but the author's suggestions are straightforward, reasonable, and very helpful in showing exactly what you need to do, or spend, in getting a very efficient, usable, and attractive workspace.
One of the best ideas I got was to make an ironing space higher than my regular ironing board. I got a board cut to my cabinet's top and covered it with padding and fabric. It really looks great and my husband even uses it, too.
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Could be good for a non designer type of person who needs a lot of guidence.