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Thread: Sandy's Sewing room Re-do

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    Looks like you have a comfortable and productive setup! It is very pretty and inviting.

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    Great Job! And LOVE that quilt on the bed! I'd like to spend an hour or two in that room - not quilting - but looking at everything.
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    Looks good! I really like it!
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    I love how you have your computer and sewing machine close together. That way you can sew and keep up
    with quilting blogs on -line at same time. I have to get it and go from sewing area to computer then to another
    room for fabric. I wish I had space to combine everything in one room, but alas I don't.
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    Nice. What is that thing sitting behind your embroidery machine...looks like something I would like sitting behind mine.....




    Quote Originally Posted by Sandygirl View Post
    Well, I think that I have FINALLY figured out how I want to leave my sewing room set up. Seems like I am always re-doing the layout and over the holidays I tore it apart and reset the furniture. My original post Sandy's Sewing room

    My new layout...and I am pretty satisified with it!
    sandy

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    Your room looks happy and welcoming. You did a great job!

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    Thank you for sharing your "new" room. Sat. my husband took out a closet & beginning to build it in for cutting table & storage. My question, How do the curtains work out for you under the counter? My "H" wants me to do that vs. slidding doors. (less work for him)

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    Lookin good!! Enjoy your new space.

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    Looks well organized.
    Retired & enjoying life

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    Lookin' good gal. You do not even want to look at mine right now. The saddest part of a sewing room is seeing to many dust bunnies. That means it is not being used.
    Let God be your quilt and wrap you in His loving care.

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