Below are some photos of our Teardrop Trailer. We love the convenience of traveling with a small trailer. Some people have asked how I quilt in such a small space. It is only large enough for a bed that converts into a table, a small bathroom, and some storage. We do have heat/air and an entertainment center as well inside and in the outdoor clamshell kitchen. The kitchen is revealed when you open the back of the trailer.
For those who are wondering, I sew outside in good weather. In bad weather, I sew in the campground laundry or activity room. Most commercial campgrounds have them. At most state parks, I need to bring some hand sewing along just in case it rains.
Before the Spring 2019 RV Quilters Sew2gether, we are talking about getting a small tent that covers the kitchen and a folding table so that we can eat outside if it rains. I still think that I will stick with hand sewing in the tent though.
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I am a quilter who is starting a new adventure. After retiring in May 2016, I became a certified Quilt in a Day Instructor. I am certified to teach workshops using Quilt in a Day patterns and techniques. In addition, I am designing my own quilt patterns.
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