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Thread: Quilt Room Moved From Small Bedroom to Big Bedroom and Reorganized

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    Super Member Country1's Avatar
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    I love the magazine/book shelves on the wall! Cool idea, " Oh, Honey." LOL
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    I totally give you a ton of credit for the changes you made. So, the part that I liked the best was that there was room for the dogs to enter. Now it is right.....One more question? What have you made lately to show us after all the work you did to get things rearrainged? Have a great day.

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    thats very cool and nifty and creativly organized! In our art room we have a door on two filing cabinets as a desk. it was a really cool idea. my dad has the coolest ideas sometimes!
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    Quote Originally Posted by IzzysGrammie View Post
    I love the hanging bookshelves that flank the window! I would love to know where I can find some please?
    Lots of work there but so worth the effort.
    I am so sorry, thought I wrte u back.........got them @ Michaels, $10/each, u r suppose to stand them up or turn them over with shelf on top but I looked at them and said, no will turn them the other way to store my books....worked out nice as u can see......better than putting them in those book holders....
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    Quote Originally Posted by sewhat540 View Post
    I totally give you a ton of credit for the changes you made. So, the part that I liked the best was that there was room for the dogs to enter. Now it is right.....One more question? What have you made lately to show us after all the work you did to get things rearrainged? Have a great day.
    Now remember, this was in the home we sold back in June......so I do not have this any more, boo hoo....but going to redo my cellar here in the duplex and hope it will just as nice ...if not better, will post when done. No, have not made a thing yet, winter coming for sure........
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    Quote Originally Posted by Country1 View Post
    I love the magazine/book shelves on the wall! Cool idea, " Oh, Honey." LOL
    Penny
    Your "HONEY" could not build them for the price I got them at Michaels, $10/ea.
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    Nice job on your new sewing room!
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    Enjoy your new Place and you did a good job organizing, keep on stitching and creating timeless treasures!

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    Good job, very nice and functional.
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    Love how you did the room. Your new space will be even better. That old gun cabinet is fabulous and I love the frog handles.

    Now as you get your new space set up you can give us more great ideas like the shelves turned book holders. Love that idea.
    peace
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