Phase One of Quilt Studio Complete

Harold Smith

Wise people recommend that when you have a large project break it down into small pieces. That is wise advice when you are creating a Quilt Studio. I don’t know how many phases my studio will have, but I can now report that Phase One is complete.

Phase One consisted of installing heating and air conditioning in my attic. After all, with temperatures in Atlanta over 100 degrees every day, no one else could work until Phase One was finished. My contractor Ray Maynard warned me this would be the worse phase. He was right!  In order to install the new units, holes had to be cut into the walls of two rooms in my house to run the lines from the attic to the ground floor. It was a mess!

Harold Smith, my heating and air contractor, worked tirelessly to get the job done. Ray miraculously put my house back together, and there is no hint that there were huge holes in the walls a few weeks ago.

Now on to Phase Two.

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About ovbrantley

I am a passionate quilter who also is the general counsel for a major urban county in Georgia. I manage to pursue my triple passions of motherhood, quilting and traveling.
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