Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Big Doings at Liz B. Quilting

Hello Quilting Friends!!

I just recently realized it has been a very long time since I wrote a blog on here...been VERY busy and going to get busier for the next few months.  However, I really want to get in here and let everyone know what is happening with me and Liz B. Quilting.

As many of you know I am having some medical issues. These are not severe but can be temporarily debilitating.  I can only quilt for 4 - 6 hours at a stretch and being in a commercial building and not in my home makes it hard to keep up with my workload.  If my machines were in my house I would have more opportunity to work and still be home.  So, I have decided to move my business back home in April.  My doctor is pretty sure that most of my maladies are directly related to stress.

I was really convinced for a while that I needed to sell my business, but after much thought and help from my close inner business circle...I have decided just to move it.

We have built a new house and it will have ample room in a brand new studio space, for me to do the quilting and teach classes and everything else I have been doing pretty much from my home.  It is only 3 or 4 miles from where I am now.  The new address will be published soon for all who want to come see the new studio.

A few things will have to change due to the new location.  I will not have a sign our front of my house and quilt drop off will be by appointment only.  I will have much longer spans of time though to quilt uninterrupted, which will allow me to stay current with my workload more easily.

There have also been other developments that have caused me to want to move my business...Aquia Park has decided that I can no longer have my sign on the back of my building and that is most of the reason for being in a commercial space.  My son will be able to ride the bus and play in the neighborhood if I am working from home.  I was unable to find workers that worked for me...I am not such a great  This will significantly lower my overhead, so I can reduce my stress of duplicate bills that need to be paid.

This is such a wonderful opportunity and it came at just the right time, I can't help but think it is a divine as coincidences like this don't usually happen without a reason.   I am so excited to set up my new space and have everyone come and check it out.   So, please keep you eyes peeled on the snail mail and e-mail to look for the new address and other pertinent information.

I am so blessed to have such wonderful customers and such a wonderful business.

Thank You All and Happy Quilting,
Liz Bigger


SueB said...

This is great - more freedom and time for great quilting, and less stress!

Anonymous said...

What a great idea!Sounds like the best of all worlds. More time for creativity and family too as well as your health issues. Keep up the good work and best of luck in this endeavor!