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Thread: New Cabinets and cleaned up quilting room

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    Senior Member SewMomma66's Avatar
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    Lucky you! Great job on the cabinets.
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    Beautiful studio, love your buddies to they are so cute!!!!

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    What a wonderful space and one morning you will wake up and decide it is now your studio, please share with us when you get there.

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    What a great space. Congratulations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    I'd be calling it my quilting palace right now! Great quilting area and cupboards.
    Have to agree - how about the Quilting Palace Studio? Looks like you have a terrific setup and I like all your helpers.
    Pat

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    VERY nice. Wish I had that much space.

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    How lucky to have a quilting space independent of the living space. Sure makes it easier to close the door behind you and walk away

    You've got yourself a great studio.

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    Very Nice Sewing Palace. You are very LUCKY.

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    Thanks for all the great comments. Yes, I do feel like it is my quilting palace. Not very fancy and it is a very rustic looking outbuilding, but it has wonderful space - heat and a/c - bathroom - place for coffee maker, microwave, and small fridge. I couldn't ask for more and I seriously feel gratitude for it every day.

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    NICE!!!!, You have a studio of your own
    happy to have enough stash fabric at all time

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