Whilst I was at the Quilt Room this morning I took a few pictures of the upstairs workroom. The building dates from early Tudor times, and has not been much altered inside since then. The Quilt Room is of course the home of the authors of The Jelly Roll Quilt Book.
This is the seating and sewing area. There's enough space for about 14 people to sit, though it's a squeeze to get round behind them. At the end there's a display wall for whatever is being taught.
This is the Dear Jane copy quilt that was on display.
|From Amanda's Musings|
They always have loads of quilts on display, at the moment many of them using the patterns in the Jelly Roll book. It gives the shop such a cosy feel. You can just see a tiny part of the shop at the bottom of the stairs.
Next time I visit I'll try and take some photographs of the shop itself.