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Thread: It is not fancy, it is not alot, but it is mine

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    Any little corner you can have for a dedicated sewing room is great. Your set-up looks wonderful!

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    Looks pretty efficient to me.

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    Just remember that we all had to start somewhere. Yours may not be big, YET, but give it a little time. Less things to get in the way of the creative process. HaHa!! BTW: I love, love, love the chest you have your fabric & batting in. If you ever decide to get rid of it, I'm first in line for it. Ha!!!
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    Looks like a great working space.

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    Love your well planned 'sewing room'. Enjoy

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    I agree with Granny CheeChee. It will not be long and you will need more storage and space. You will also rearrange the space a million times until you find what works best for you. I have found that a "U" shape works well. I have my machine in front of me and table to my left with a little cutting mat for quick fixes or trims and my ironing board lowered to my seated height to the right. Easy to turn in my chair for a quick press to a seam rather than be up and down the whole time. Have fun and enjoy your space.
    SewMomma66 - Janome 7700 named Lucy, Pfaff Creative Vision 5.5 named Ethyl, Babylock serger named Fred, and Janome 9500 named Ricky.

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    Pretty tables and great sewing space.
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    Very clever!

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    Looks very n ice and like everyone else-love the tables you have. Looks very neat and a great place to be creative in. Enjoy.
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    I am enchanted that you have everything (ironing board, cutting area, sewing machine) in one room! I have stuff spread over 3 rooms - not because I have so much, just that I am so unorganized....

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