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Thread: Re-do of craft room

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    Super Member spartan quilter's Avatar
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    Have fun getting your craft room spread out. It will be so nice. Be sure to post more pictures when you get it done. What a wonderful thing.
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    I am excited for you. Whenever I redo my sewing room I draw it out on draft paper. Then make little pieces of furniture to scale to fit the paper. After I get the pieces cut and labeled, I put repositional glue on the back of the pieces and just have fun rearranging until I come up with something that works. Looking forward to seeing pcitures of the new room.
    Mary

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    you will love all the space, congrats.
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    I envy those with rooms I have a small corner of our bedroom in our small apartment. I dream of a room of my own.

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    Thanks to all of you for your suggestions and good wishes! I have a room of my own only because the kids are grown & gone and our house is too big for just two people. I had to take over the bedroom or leave it empty (couldn't do that!). I am happy to have the space for myself, but if the housing market was better, we'd be downsizing, too! DH is talking about retiring soon and I have to have a place to hide! LOL
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    WOW...Great room.....I am envious of anyone that has a designated space to use for sewing. I use to have a room years ago and sure do miss it. I get tired of having to hide my sewing when I get company.Enjoy your space..

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    Great room and so many crafts going on in there - by removing the bed you will gain alot of space. Have fun being creative!
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    I also do stained glass & quilt/sew. I had both in a 100sq.ft. room. Did not work out... My DH just removed my stained glass so I would have more room to sew.. and I could still use more space... I love both crafts, so I refuse to give one up.
    You enjoy re-arranging your work space. Can't wait to see pictures. Maybe I will get some ideas from you...

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    Great for you! I know you will have a grand time making it your space. I agree a U shape works best...Have fun!
    "You must do the thing you think you cannot do"....E. Roosevelt

    Sharon
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    Glad you are getting some space. You will probably find that you will have no trouble filling the extra space. LOL. Have fun planning your new space.

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