Now it was time to reset up the furniture in a different configuration.
I set up the filming area first, then add the other sewing desk for my primary sewing machine. Next, I added a curtain rod up high behind the filming area to hang a quilt from.
We placed the cutting table on the other side, along with my ironing board stand, after setting up all the lights and camera tripods in between the cutting table and filming table. We decided we needed to make a filming stand that we could place all the filming equipment on.
So this last weekend, my husband build a 5' x 6' frame that goes across the filming table. We bought some clip-on tabletop stands for the Led Light stand and a ring light for the camera. It is sturdy and excellent. We can leave everything set up all the time. Works perfectly.
Finally, we took one of the Grid walls I used at quilt shows and hung it on the wall. I then added all my Studio 180 and Sue Pelland tools.
I'm so happy with my new studio, now to get back to work and start making more quilts, and taping some video to share with you all.