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Thread: Sewing room progress... Mini Mural on page 4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Loretta
    Very nice sewing room and I love the mural! enjoy!
    I couldn't have said it better!

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    Gosh Lori, it's all looking great! The new mural is a very nice touch. :D
    Hope your back is feeling better. Take care of yourself, so that you can enjoy everything you've accomplished. :D:D:D

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    I can come and visit when need me! :D

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    Lori-I love your mural! Did you do that yourself? I am so impressed--I cannot draw or paint at all.

    Take care of your back--do you need me to come do some massage for you?

    Your room is looking so cozy-I love it. But I know what you mean about it filling up fast. I thought my quilt room was so big, so I just kept adding more to it and now it doesn't seem so big any more!! Just fill it with fabric--it is soft and cushy! :D

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    Lori you have talent beyound belief. Love the mural and your room is looking oh so good. Enjoy. Now we just need pics of you at the sewing table.

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    What exciting changes are happening! It is a great treat to be able to paint murals in your home!! Since my stick figures aren't recognizable--I sure admire your talent!!

    I look forward to seeing the sewing room done. It's going to be magical.

    My 18 year old daughter said I should make her bedroom into my sewing room because she thinks she'll spend all summers away now--and she'd take the guest room when she's home, but I can't do it. She's way too young to take over that room. :wink:

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    Quote Originally Posted by barnbum
    What exciting changes are happening! It is a great treat to be able to paint murals in your home!! Since my stick figures aren't recognizable--I sure admire your talent!!

    I look forward to seeing the sewing room done. It's going to be magical.

    My 18 year old daughter said I should make her bedroom into my sewing room because she thinks she'll spend all summers away now--and she'd take the guest room when she's home, but I can't do it. She's way too young to take over that room. :wink:
    I know how you feel!! Both my kids own their own homes now so I am OK with getting the teenage angst out of my house :lol: Erin had a lovely collection of musical figurines that I kept out and put in the guest room. Rubbermaid tubs got the rest!

    I am getting to the point where I will soon take pictures of the sewing room all filled in! I go and sit in that room and smile and smile and smile!

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    Wow! I wish I had a sewing room like that.... Someday when I have my own house... :lol:

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    very nice....... hey i have that chair too.... cool :D

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