Come along on a tour of my quilting studio!

Come along on a tour of my quilting studio! 
Here Ann does her longarm quilting, binding, piecing and other quilt related projects for others and herself at this link.


Please let me know if I can help you with your quilting projects.

Ann’s Quilt N’ Stuff 


8806 S 198th East Ave

Broken Arrow, Ok 74014
Ann Olson  918-606-6344

              Email:  annsquiltnstuff@yahoo.com       

   

10 comments:

  1. I bought my first sewing machine in 1971. A Bernina 831. It is a Bernina 830 record with only 5 extra stitches and no knee lever. It is still my favorite machine for free motion quilting.

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  2. I love your work, thanks for sharing with us.

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  3. Totally inspiring. You have no idea how you have given me license to complete my "emptying nest project" . zz

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  4. Thank you for the tour. Your collection of machines has me in awe. I have two sewing machines, one serger and a useless old Singer (paperweight) that the repairman said was too costly to repair.

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    1. Don't believe your repairman! Featherweights are very easy to repair! One was buried and recovered and rehabbed! They're valuable. There are websites devoted to FW repair. Don't just give it to the repairman!!!

      I have two and I love them!

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  5. Awesome!!!!! I want to come visit...like forever. :)

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  6. Thanks for sharing! You are so inspiring!

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  7. Love your spaces, thanks for the tour! Who needs a living room, right? Not a quilter! My dining room was sacrificed many years ago to the quilting lifestyle. And that's exactly what it is; a lifestyle, not merely a hobby. Again, thanks so much for taking the time. You are so organized, BTW.

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  8. Oh, and those Artopex cabinets are the bomb! My thrift store never has anything great like that!

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  9. Wow, thank you for the glimpse into your world. Susan

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