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Thread: New sewing room

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    Very nice! You will love sewing and creating in this fresh, new space.
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    Great

    OMG how in the world do you work in a beautiful place so clean. ???? I've got piles all over and if I ever cleaned as pretty as your room, I couldn'tfind a thing. hehehee
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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaInRed View Post
    The spool blocks are a pattern by Thimble Blossom called "Spools" http://thimbleblossoms.bigcartel.com...-roll-patterns. I made mine from a kit from Hancock of Paducah when it was on sale. It was the first time I used a kit & really enjoyed it, I had fabric left over.
    Thanks for the info!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Girlfriend View Post
    I wish I had your sewing area. It's so nice, and spacious. Here is a pic of my sewing (corner). I just moved and don't have a lot of space in my new home. To conserve space and money, I bough an IKEA table ($15.00) and drawers ($20.00). Affordable, but not a lot of space. Had to fit cutting, sewing, and ironing all on one table. Yikes.

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    Can you share what your table and drawers are called at IKEA? I get so frustrated finding things on their site but I do love your setup.

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    I noticed that you have your thread in front of your window.You need to move it.The thread will fade and it will rot your thread. Beautiful room.
    peanutbrittle

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    I love the green color!

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    I love it wish I could do that in my sewing rm just not enough space. Have fun quilting. Sue

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    What a lovely room! You may want to consider some mini lights to attach underneath your wall cabinet, so you have lots of light on your nice, long countertop. Love the colors -- even in winter, you'll feel like its spring. Love the quilt on the wall, too! Congratulations on your new space.

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    Wonderful work space.... or play space!

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    how lovely, it must be great to allow yourselves such a lot of space, and a design wall too!!! Heavenly!
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