Studio Tour: Vintage Modern Quilts

Today we are touring the studio of Moda Bake Shop Chef Lisa Calle of the blog Vintage Modern Quilts.



{Have you joined our Show Off Your Stash Link Party yet? If not, you can link up here.}

Let's take a peek! Lisa tells us, "I frequently make changes to my sewing space. I can never seem to find the perfect arrangement or the right furniture pieces. I suspect the real problem is that I have too many supplies, too much fabric, and too many WIPs!"


Lisa's space is filled with inspiring little objects and art, and she tries to keep everything tidy on shelves and tucked into drawers. She has a special spot for her Moda pre-cuts. That's a very inspiring shelf, indeed.


Lisa keeps her one yard and larger pieces on mini bolts, and she says that it has given her a lot more storage space. Jars keep notions like thread and buttons from getting dusty or spilled on the floor by little hands.


Thanks for letting us into your space, Lisa! You can see more of her studio {here} and {here}.

Dreaming of Jelly Rolls,


8 comments:

AlyceB said...

Mmm, so serene! This is my kinda studio!

Karen - Quilts...etc. said...

so many beautiful bright colored pieces of fabric - I wouldn't know which group of fabric to choose to use first!

Auntie Pami said...

I really like your cutting table! Lots of drawers for cutters, rulers/templates, etc. And the jars and the bake shop goodies; Yum!

Quilt n Queen said...

A bright, cheery work area...a quilters dream studio...thanks for sharing your studio...I'm now dreaming of my new studio!! Happy stitching and have a wonderful weekend Lisa.

Emily said...

I love the bookshelf for fabric storage- so colorful and decorative but useful too!

Connie said...

What a beautiful stash!

GATO PETIT POÁ Patchwork said...

Seu ateliê é lindo!
Parabéns
Sílvia
Brasil.

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