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Thread: My Sewing Room/Office!

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    So neat. Love it.

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    I realy like th ecurtain rods with the clips on it for work orders and the small bags on the lower one. Very organized.

    This is close to the first time I have ventured into this catagory and I have seen some great stuff. I just posted a Few pic's of my work space in its working condition. Ha.

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    Quote Originally Posted by laurafet View Post
    Welcome aboard! I love, love, love the towel bar ideas! What are the bars though? Look too thin for actual towel bars.
    I had the very same appreciation for the towel bar ideas!!!!!!! Would like to know where to find some of these so I could steal this idea. I can see quilt patterns hanging from them along with finished quilt squares waiting to be sewn to gether. Some of these would just be great near the cutting table so I could keep up with my sissors.
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    Nice room, almost looks like a picture out of a magazine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by laurafet View Post
    Welcome aboard! I love, love, love the towel bar ideas! What are the bars though? Look too thin for actual towel bars.
    Curtain rods
    Everyone is born right handed, only the gifted overcome it.
    I have already committed my felonies, so people don't have to worry. (Russell Means)
    I swear to you, I am guilty of only being Indian. That's why I am here. (Leonard Peltier)

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    Quote Originally Posted by FRIEDAPICKETT View Post
    Wow, so organized! I'm getting great ideas for some shoe/purse racks I have but am not using. Thanks for sharing. I love your space! Also like the idea for using the hooks over the towel bar. This is going to help me reorganize my space.Attachment 379209
    I love the cowboy on a horse cloud! Neat!
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    I love your sewing area, very nice!

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    What a great and creative space!!!!!!
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    Perfect space and so well organized.
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    Sew lucky to have such a large room - and your Stash! wow! I'm still re-organizing my sewing closet in a spare bedroom, tried to have the sewing cabinet in there but it got too crowded with the ironing board and other furniture (doubles as a guest bedroom), so now my sewing cabinet/machine are in our enclosed garden room. I actually prefer this since I get to be in the center of the house, can access the kitchen for coffee, and mind the washer and dryer as they are out there too. Small TV, two seater couch and a table and chairs for a snack (or to extend my cutting area when needed). I don't feel squashed in the back of the house and away from 'everything'. But that closet! in the process of culling kiddy prints my teenager won't wear anymore and have no useful purpose for us (and to make room for more quilting fabric!). It's a work in progress and I'd like it done by the time my daughter returns to school so I can get out my fabric and start sewing!

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