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Thread: Pictures of my "new" quilting room

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    Super Member hopetoquilt's Avatar
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    Pictures of my "new" quilting room

    My DH just bought a laptop and moved out of the quilting/computer room... it's all mine. Aside from the treadmill that I use frequently, the entire spare bedroom is for quilting.

    First picture is my pincushion and scrap catcher made by DRickman. It is my favorite thing in my quilting room. I use it constantly.
    Second picture is my current/ongoing project boxes
    Third picture (don't laugh too hard) is my thread box on the left and my entire fabric stash on the right.
    Seventh picture is my version of the Bonnie Hunter scrap storage.

    Getting a quilt LAQ'ed by dmyers and it will go above my desk. I am in the planning stages for a quilt above the sewing machine...

    Hope this give some others ideas on how to organize their space.
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    Wow, so organized! I envy you.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Great space, you will have fun having that for your quilt room.
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    Wow! Are you a military spouse? I remember those days. I kept my "crafts stash" defined to 3 storage boxes so I knew I could take it no matter where we were assigned. I'd do projects based on gifting them at Christmas.

    How do you like your sewing table? How expensive was it? I have an similar old one from an estate sale.

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    Your enthusiasm and happiness is reflected in your sewing room! Enjoy every moment!

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    Enjoy your room - it looks great! Mine is a shambles most of the time - - yours is SO neat!!
    The person who can bring the spirit of laughter into a room is indeed blessed. Bennett Cerf

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    That is really nice. Well organized.

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    It's lovely - so organized.

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    Great space and well organized!
    Born to Quilt, Forced to work.

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    Your room looks great. Where did you get the sewing machine table. It looks like a great space saver - and space I do not have a lot of so that table might be what I could use. Thanks.

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