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Thread: My Quilting Space

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    Very nice! and thank you and your family for the service to our country!!
    Pam Riggs

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    I love it, you did a great job. I was wondering with all that fabric, (out buying it, that is, lol ), do you have time to sew?????????? Just kidding, looks like a fabric stach dream

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    Thank you for the sacrifice you are making my being in the military. I'm sure you don't hear it nearly often enough.
    Your room might be small but you certainly have it well organized and set up for making beautiful quilts. I'd recommend an office type chair that can be raised to the proper lever for your height. Wheels on the bottom also help you turn to get up for all of the pressing. Oh Yes, I'm jealous of your fabric stash too.

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    So nice to have all that! Beautiful. When do you buy fabric? You got enough for a year, lol. I have mine all stuck in tote containers till I get the bedroom ready again. Its used by a move back in daughter for awhile. I miss my sewing room. Its all in my big bedroom now, I want to sew!!!!

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    You have done a wonderful job organizing and making use of teh space. Love your checked chair.

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    You have a very nice room! I am going to do mine this fall after our summer heat leaves.
    Ronda aka Sassy

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    You have a wonderful variety of fabrics in your stache. I like how you arranged your sewing room.
    Ronda aka Sassy

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    love your sewing room. i have that drop leaf table from ikea as my sewing table in our 5th wheel. it is perfect for having my cutting area on the left, sewing in the center and pressing area on the right. then can put the leaves down for easy storage.

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    Beautiful table and your fabric collection is wonderful!
    It all about the Journey!! Enjoy It

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    U did a great job, love the table
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