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Thread: My craft/quilt room reorganized from small bedroom to a bigger bedroom

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    Senior Member Quilted Dogs's Avatar
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    My craft/quilt room reorganized from small bedroom to a bigger bedroom

    Please check out my old unorganized small room to my new room redone.......we sold our home in June, 2012 and I miss this room but this winter I will be redoing my cellar into my new room and will post pics when this is done but wanted to share my previous room that I enjoyed so much with all of you.... Also, just to share, in my new room when I do it, I have comic boards for my mterial and will use less room, so excited about that and have the material all wrapped already, so a start!!!!!!!

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    I had to do the same thing to my sewing rooms to get in new furniture. It's a lot of work and the one room is done but have been enjoying it so much working on two quilts. Will finish the other room when I am stuck inside for the winter. Looks great. Hope you get many hours of enjoyment from it.

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    Senior Member Quilted Dogs's Avatar
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    Thank u for viewing but it is my old room from our home we just sold, will b redoing my cellar this winter and have a new room, miss this one so much........we both will b busy for sure

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    Your old room looks really great, can't wait to see your new one!!
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    I will be redoing my room in January. Most of my things will stay just get moved around to make better use of the space. Your room is fabulous.

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    A great old room can't wait to see your new room when you get it done. A lot of hard work you've done
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    real nice....

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    Thank u all for looking at my room, it was fun doing and sharing for sure.......the hardest part in doing the room was where it all was going and how to do it for sure, so I just concentrated on one area and built around that, it helped to all come together for sure........started with the bookshelves and worked around the room.......when I do my new room will do the same thing but think I need to concentrate on all the dressers and that I will b using, just got an old armoire from the road and want to use that too.....so once all is in place work around all of that....think I will start this weekend coming.......watch for pics......and again thanks all

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    I know this has been on here before, but where do you get the comic book boards??? My stash needs better arranging and it seems many of you use these. thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by karate lady View Post
    I know this has been on here before, but where do you get the comic book boards??? My stash needs better arranging and it seems many of you use these. thanks in advance
    I bought mine online but u can look in the yellow pages for comic book stores in your area, I bought a hundred for $11 and got 300 of them and it seems to b plenty for me, I have a 100 left.....this is where I got mine from and pics of difference in storage for sure after redoing the fabric......
    site for boards: www.bcwsupplies.com
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