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Thread: My Quilting Space

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    Super Member Sienna's GiGi's Avatar
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    My Quilting Space

    I live in military post housing so the rooms are tiny. I turned one room into my sewing room when my son moved out. It took me months to organize everything. I use comic boards and empty bolts from my LQS. I am realy grateful to them because they were more than happy to collect them for me. The table came from IKEA and it cost $50. It is two sided and it folds to something tiny that can slide under my bed. Amazing! The Viking 500 is a loaner from Tirolgirl on the board. It has European voltage and I love it. The strips are scraps I usually cut up after a project. I cut most of the 1.5 strips at Torilgirl's house one evening and ended up making about 32 log cabin blocks when I got home. I love Tirogirl's log cabin quilts. The Featherweight I brought from a member of the board along with a 99K that is not shown. The machines are in excellent condition. I love them too. These pictures were from a month ago so my sewing space no longer looks like this. Stuff is everywhere but oh well...
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    very nice. I like how organized you are. I've done that too and get lots more sewing done.
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    Wow, very nice room. It amazes me how fast we can fill a room up, but yours looks great and a nice variety of fabrics.

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    ​Ohhhh! Your sewing room looks great, so neat and organized.

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    Wow, I love your organization ideas. The labeled bins for scraps are a great idea. Might just copy that if you don't mind. Every thing in your room looks so great.

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    Awesome, beautiful space to craft in. I'm sure it helps to be organized in tight quarters. Great job!
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    You made it work for you and that is what counts.

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    Boy, that looks like a large space to me!lol Lots of fabric and wonderful organization. I wish you could come help me as I have a huge spot and don't know how to organize it better. Great job.
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    Goog job! you made this room look a lot bigger than you described. So well organized and such a big stash. I am envious! Congratulations!

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    I just love your sewing room! Your stash is so beautifully organized. What a great, inspiring place to work!
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