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Thread: My new quilting space...

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    Power Poster mighty's Avatar
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    Awesome new space!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lots2do View Post
    How do you like the ikea desk? Is it pretty sturdy? You could also hang a flannel backed tablecloth over your closet doors for a design wall. Enjoy your space, looks great.
    It's very sturdy and resiliant... It's been taken apart many times and moved and is still as good as when it was put together the first time. The only negative is that I can't make a cut out to set my machine level with the desk...

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    Thanks for your reply. It is really good looking.

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    Wonderful space.....don't ya just love it?
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    Nice area, especially the light. I was wondering about the height of your sewing machine bed. It has been suggested for good posture, while sitting at your machine. Your elbows should be bent at 90 degrees' with hands flat on the bed. The back should be straight, knees also at 90 degree. For alot of us our sewing bed (not table surface)is somewhere between 28"-30" from the floor. You never want to be bent over and lending into your machine. BACK ACHES from neck down to your low back. Tinker

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    Looks like a very spacious sewing area
    The black table must be great to find all those lost threads, enjoy !
    lp

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