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Thread: I can see!!!!

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    Senior Member vickimc's Avatar
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    Love it. My husband added some like that for me a few weeks ago.. I just have to plug and unplug them. Love them.
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    Great way to problem solve!!
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    Awesome solution, I'm lucky I got the light bar with mine, but that looks like a great solution.

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    Way to go, Leesa. You are so smart & talented.
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    Looks great and makes me envious.

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    looks good

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    I did the same thing in mine. I had an overhead lighting fixture but it did not pinpoint the light the way I wanted it to. I still prefer to quilt by daylight as I don't get shadowing at all but my track light is the next best thing.

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    Looks like a great solution. And affordable.

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    It has certainly helped. I can't wait to add more to it. Gotta get back to Lowes!!!
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    To have light is a wonderful thing. I had no overhead lights in my sewing studio so I had a clip-on light, Ott freestanding and a desk Ott still not enough light. There is a suspended ceiling in the room so I went to Lowe's and bought a shop light and also purchased Daylight bulbs that plugs into the wall. It now hangs directly above my sewing table and I can see to sew all night long if desired. Necessity is the mother of invention - and if there is a will there is a way. Great job of solving your lighting problem!
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