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Thread: Sewing Room Pictures

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    Beautiful quilting space!
    Warning! If someone comes to your door telling you they are from the government and they're checking to see how bad the ticks are in your area, and then tell you to take off your clothes and dance around so they can check for ticks.... DON'T DO IT!!! This is a scam! They just want to see you naked! I wish someone had told me this yesterday, I feel so stupid.
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    Cindyg19 - that is called but first syndrome -- I'm going to do this but first I going to--- There was an old "Pickles" cartoon about that very thing. I have it posted in my frig cause I suffer from that also.

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    Looks like you've got everything you need right at your reach. My DH is a wood worker to. Isn't great how they help you make things for the hobby rooms. I've gone to Quilting classes and have actually sold some of the neat stuff he has made me. We are both lucky to have such wonderful DHs.
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    Your room is great. It looks so inviting and so functional.

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    I love how everything looks like it is handy, right there at your fingertips...saves so much time. I love it, I'm a little jealous. ha ha I'm "Drooling"

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    What a sweet hubby! Great room - so light, bright and organized!

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    love your room. Is that a long arm behind your sewing machine? If so, how much room do you have between it and your chair at the sewing machine? Are you bumping into it at anytime when you roll your chair out? I am looking to set my room up similar but am really worried there won't be enough room between the quilter and my sewing area. What is the pad underneath your chair? I have the same issue of rolling away from my machine. Drives me nuts. Sorry for all the questions.

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    Beautiful. I wish I could get my room organized enough to take photos to share.

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    It is not a long arm, but a short arm, I think. It is a Little Gracie frame with a Juki TLQ 98. I have 54" between my chair and the quilt frame (I went down and measured). The chair no longer has wheels, but I didn't have any trouble with bumping into the frame when it did have wheels. The pad you are referring to that is under my chair is a piece of particle board that my husband custom cut just for that purpose. DH is very clever when it comes to solving my sewing room issues.
    Quote Originally Posted by Nettie View Post
    love your room. Is that a long arm behind your sewing machine? If so, how much room do you have between it and your chair at the sewing machine? Are you bumping into it at anytime when you roll your chair out? I am looking to set my room up similar but am really worried there won't be enough room between the quilter and my sewing area. What is the pad underneath your chair? I have the same issue of rolling away from my machine. Drives me nuts. Sorry for all the questions.

    Nettie

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