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Thread: My Sewing Area

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    Super Member callen's Avatar
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    Lucky you. It looks so nice & bright.
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    Wow I really like the holder you store all your notions in, very good idea.
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    Nice sewing room. I used to have a basement sewing room that was large and nice, but I didn't like being away from the family. So now, I'm in a much smaller bedroom in the main part of the house and I don't feel alone. I guess I spent too many years being able to hear my loved ones.
    jean

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    You've created a wonderful sewing room! I hope that you and hubby have found a solution that works for both of you.

    But I know how your hubby feels ... I have a large sewing studio upstairs and I am the one who now hates to be away from dh while he is downstairs watching tv etc. I just don't want to drag my heavy machine downstairs or turn my dining area into the mess it was years ago. Sometimes there is no pleasing me.
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    Love your extension table for your machine. Just bought a 24 X 24 inch on and love it. Place to put pieces before and after sewing and laying out squares.

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    I love it! Thanks for sharing you're story, you inspire me!
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    Looking good and great storage ideas!
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    You have a nice space to sew in. Has your husband moved a TV and lounge chair in yet so he has something to do while in your sewing room? That's what my guy has done plus a cribbage board so we can play while watching TV. Yes in the sewing room!

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    Great space....I would love it....LOL....

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    Nice nice sewing room. I just took a picture of you ruler holder. Is that something you made or bought. It looks like something I could use to save space on my cutting table.
    Lizzy in La.

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