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    Super Member callen's Avatar
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    What a great room !!! So big & functional. You must love working in there. Who cares what the walls look like.
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    Great space!!!!!

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    Great room!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    Wow you have a great sewing space. I have a ping-pong table that I got at a garage sale, I keep it folded up in the garage and when I need to pin a quilt I just pull out the car and unfold the table wish I had the space to keep it down all the time like you do.

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    Ping Pong table? Now that's a great idea. Didn't think of that. You can fold it in half and push it out of the way. I need to keep that one in mind. May need to see if I can find one in a garage sale. NICE STUDIO!

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    Great room and Great space to creat and teach in.
    Couldn't help but notice a place of honor by your TV. Your Featherweight looks very nice there.
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    Faith :-D

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    Love the idea of the ping-pong table! I nabbed an idea from somewhere can't remember and it's wonderful too. Put sheets of ceiling panels on wall, and using the spray adhesive for quilting layer your quilt upright. It saves lot a time and backaches. I do have an extra tall husband, 6'5" with long arms so when he is around I sweeten the pot for him to manage the upper end. lol, he loves working with me.

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    I didn't see any walls.
    Was tooooo busy looking at the nice space.
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    Good for you!! Congratulations on a wonderful sewing room. Many of us wouldn't have room for a ping pong table but what a great idea if you have the space - have fun!!

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    ping pong table great idea!
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