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Thread: I took over the Master Bedroom

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    What a wonderful idea I wonder if I'd get away with that so far I have onesewing room and one scrapbooking room but I think ifI asked for our bed room which would meen sleeping in the lounge room I'd get one of THOSE looks

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    Love it; the colors of the walls, the curtains, and the white furniture. I would love a room like that!

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    You have two great rooms for your quilting, Lucky you.
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    For those who have asked about the juki, I really haven't played with it much yet. It has a 9" throat.
    I got to play in my new room today because I had some things to get done for my quilt guild meeting tomorrow but after that I have to work on figuring out where everything is going.
    Paula

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    I love my Juki 2010 and have it on a frame (which I purchased from a member from this board). For the cost of my set up it is wonderful. I have less than $1500 for the whole set up including stitch regulator. You are really limited to the type of free motion quilting your can do because you don't have a huge throat but for meandering and "cute" meandering it works good. I have been able to make waves and everything with mine. If you want to do quilting professionally you may want to get bigger machine, but the way I look at it, it will get me through this time, and even if I get a bigger throat machine down the line, I will still have the best work horse for piecing in the Juki. That is just my opinion but I free motion quilted 6 queen size quilts on a singer embroidery machine the Christmas before last so this is so much better.

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    My room is so the opposite of yours. Nothing matches. I have all types of dressers for my fabrics and rubbermaid tubs under my cafeteria type tables to store more fabric. I have bookcases and storage units and lots of FQ boxes I bought, all to store my fabric. I put my 24x72 cutting mat on my two long tables with a piece of plywood (cut the same size) under it so it doesn't sag. My room is cluttered. I always have too many projects going at once. Compared to your room, my room looks like a crazy woman lives there. How I would love to have your desks and tables. I love the white on them. Classy look!
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    Wow! What a beautiful set-up!
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    Could I ask you what all do you have on your Juki on your frame to make it into a quilter machine? I wold like to do that to mine...........Could you please let me know> Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by emsunfire View Post
    OK, the rooms in my house aren't big to begin with and I will still also be in the old sewing room (cutting table and ironing board).
    I bought a juki machine last year from a friend on another forum and then the quilting frame to put it on and so it began........
    Today DH put the tables and draws together (IKEA)

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    Love your new space. Enjoy!!! And your hubby is definitely a keeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nana4baj View Post
    Could I ask you what all do you have on your Juki on your frame to make it into a quilter machine? I wold like to do that to mine...........Could you please let me know> Thanks
    My Juki is on the Grace Start Right Frame
    Paula

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