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Thread: My Sewing Quilting space

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    Senior Member ksdot417's Avatar
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    Great sewing room. You've definitely made great use of the space.

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    Love your room. Thanks for sharing
    Nana of 1 E and 2 G's

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    You have a great place to be creative! Thanks for sharing.

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    Your husband did a great job. Enjoy your new space.

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    Great room. Especially like the hammer on the wall (don't know why, but noticed it right off)...Every woman needs her hammer. I also have a small space (extra bedroom) and have a rather large book shelf that stores all kinds of stuff. Handy husband. My husband...not so. I do all the building. LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaryMo View Post
    Wonderful space! You've done a great job at organizing.

    JanetM .... I bought a Conaire fabric steamer when they first came out (from QVC - what a mistake) and now rarely use it. Not a complete waste because it has come in handy several times, but wished I had waited and bought it much cheaper. I thought it would replace my iron but not so, my iron does a much better job on most clothing. I have not used it with quilting ... yet.
    Thanks. I recently bought some fancy beaded tops that have bubble hems. They are impossible to iron so I am looking for a steamer.
    *~~~Janet~~~*

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    Wow! A handy and willing husband! Rare combination. Mine is willing (Sometimes) but has 12 thumbs. I like your well-organised room. Wishing you many happy hours in it.

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    I chuckle at the hammer hanging on the peg board! I have a hammer and a tiny anvil in my sewing room. I use them to set grippers with, especially on thicker fabrics!
    Bootsie

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    usy room, lots of project work
    Freedom is costly and quilting keeps us busy...

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    You have a great sewing space to create in. Looks like you have a lot of room

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