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Thread: Come Tour My Sewing Room

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    Super Member Caswews's Avatar
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    Love your space .. LOVE your floors; now Missy; why is this room so clean and nice looking ? Why isn't it messed up like the rest of our sewing rooms/spaces?LOL
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    Love your sewing space. I cleaned mine just before I went into the hospital for surgery. Now the challenge is to keep it "sort of" that way. Love your sign!

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    You have a fantastic, well organized space.

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    I was wondering about the small table you have your cutting mat on. Do you use that table only for cutting or do you also use it to baste your quilt? If yes, how do you attach the backing & batting down?

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    I like your room, looks well organized. At least for now, till the creativity starts flowing I also like the idea of "S" hooks on your metal racks. I hadn't thought of that. Now to go raid DH workshop for some hooks.
    Enjoy your room when the weather turns crazy tomorrow! I'm hoping for a snowday from school so I won't have to cook lunch for the kids and can sew for me instead.
    kathyd

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    How neat and tidy. Great to have your sewing machine stationed so that you are able to see outside. Very nice.

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    This looks great. Love the china cabinet for fabric/books. I also can look out my window at goats/sheep/cows, but they are on the neighboring farm, so no work. Love your room!

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    What a great sewing room, you did a great job organizing. Have fun creating in your new room

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    I'm green with envy. Wish I was that organized!

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    You have a great sewing room! So organized. Love how you hang up the rulers. Happy sewing.
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