Lovely Pumpkins. Must be laser cut.
Great free motion work.
Here I'm making tie transfer fabric (shameless self promotion: This technique is featured in the current, October-November 2010, issue of Quilting Arts.)
1. I collect old hand made boxes and use them for storage. In this instance ties and scarves for transferring onto other fabrics.
2. I use baskets a lot for storage of projects, small pieces of fabrics I think I might be using on a project, etc.
3. Ties laid out for transfer.
This is my inspiration board. I do clean it up from time to time otherwise
it would pull the wall down.
Here are the number references:
1. A piece of foam core that I hung on the wall as a bulletin board. It's located at the end of my cutting/painting table. The table is huge - 7 feet x 8 feet - and pushed against the wall in a corner most of the time. The table is made of 2 hollow core flat doors hinged in the middle and sitting on top of 4 folding waiter's tray holders ( like in a restaurant). It makes it movable and it's very stable. Lots of messy storage underneath.
2. Wine case full of dyed and printed silks and cottons that are close by when I'm working on a project.
3. Specialty paints, brushes, etc. Handy when needed, removed to under the table when cutting large items or printing yardage.