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Thread: Sewing room redo

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    Senior Member grammy17's Avatar
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    Red face Sewing room redo

    I wanted to separate my sewing and my computing areas in my room. Previously they shared and L-shaped desk. Also to lower the height of my sewing machine table to ease the strain in my shoulders.

    My son suggested we go to IKEA. bought two tables. He and my grandson put the tables together. Then my son cut the hole for my machine in one table; put a shelf under it to hold my sewing machine. He put casters on the other table to raise it for cutting. Now they sit so the cutting table can hold a quilt when it is on the machine. And it can be rolled out for moving around when cutting.

    I'm so happy.
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    can i borrow your son. he did a great job blessings to you and yours. ogama

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    Super Member Gramie bj's Avatar
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    Oh I am so jelous! I have a large craft room but no organization at all! something to tackel after the first of the year. Love your tables great idea!

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    Very nice and I love the horse quilt on the wall, can I ask the name of the pattern?

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    what a clever and handy son you have. May I borrow him?
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    looks great wish I had an Ikea close by

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    That is great. My sewing room is small and stuffed full.

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    Great use of space! Your son and grandson are keepers.

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    Didn't you post this 'redo' 2 days ago? Or is the QB duplicating your post?

    Sewing room redo
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    Looks very nice. Makes it nice to have a very handy son and grandson.

    mltquilt

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