Upgraded Cutting/Ironing Station
Nov 05: Kelley (Ye Olde Forest Quilt Shop) gave me an ironing board (he made several for the shop) & the table that fits perfectly where my old one did. So much better. So much sturdier. Much better cutting surface. YES!
Nov 09: I imposed upon some neighbors to help get my table inside & the legs back on.
Nov 10: Time for pictures of course.
Nov 11: Decided to try to fit the old work table into the sewing room. Knew it would be close. Turns out I like it so much better. Moved the small desk into the living room beside the new work table.
A Bit Of History
Ye Olde Forest Quilt shop is a dangerous place indeed!! I just love it there! I got everything i need to finish of several projects. I picked up fabric for a J&L Grinch quilt and a couple of irresistible projects for myself. Enough said. Pictures are more fun!! What my work table, living room and closet look like this evening.
On October 13th with a $14 check, I registered my business name with the Ashe County Register of Deeds and registered online for my NC Sales & Use Tax. Just like that, I am officially in business! For NC customers, this means I will be collecting sales tax on thread & batting as I resale it to you. No tax on services though! With my business registration on the wall in the quilting room & my new business cards, I find myself in a place I never imagined nor hoped for!
Years later the law changed so NC residents have to pay taxes on services too.
Life is an adventure with a plan of its own to be sure!