is a very talented slipcover maker and frequent contributor to DIY Network’s Made and Remade blog. She gave us a deluxe tour of her quaint-yet-funky studio — check it out.
The studio (a.k.a. — the sewing shack) is a fairly new structure that was built to blend in with the 1927 Spanish-style house that it sits behind. But they’re not a perfect match; the sewing shack – designed by architect Anthony Oliver -- was given a bit of a modern vibe with its metal roof and glass garage door.
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