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Thread: The truth!

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    Super Member sewmom's Avatar
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    Ok, these all look better than mine! No way am I posting any pics of my room! It's so bad, my paths are disappearing! Clean up is coming- look out clutter!
    A time to tear, And a time to sew;
    A time to keep silence, And a time to speak;

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    I'm sure the naughty sewing elf comes into my sewing room when I'm not looking and drags everything out that she knows I've thought about in the last week. Then, to really keep me on my toes, she mixes everything together then scatters it all over the room. I personally would never make such a mess as this.
    Gail in Utah

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    I hope I'm doing this right and it is in the correct thread. Here is my somewhat organized work space.
    Also hope pictures aren't too big.

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    LOL...Looks like mine....maybe better.....I will post a pic as soon as I can figure out how to do it...

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    I'm with you, mystery is the name of the game.
    Quote Originally Posted by Lori S View Post
    Oh I don't think I can ever disclose mine.. there are just some things better left a mystery.

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    Everyones 'messy' looks better than my usual. I can clean mine up, but it only last a day or so.
    Phyllis
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    no guts here......trust me, your room in working order is alot nicer than the mess I make....hence....not guts!

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    I thought you said TRUTH! All these look quite "orderly" to me, compared to my mess. HAhahaha

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    I think i have shown pictures before but these are my recent ones.
    This is just half of the room. The other half is the family room.
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    I hate [yes, feeling that strong] this recent house I bought and will sell and move after the first of the year. So I'm not organizing this house much. This is my sewing space for the moment [the iron is on the kitchen counter]
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    And I had to move a bed to put up the quilting frame ... but to have enough room to store the bed, had to remove the bedroom door

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    All of the fabric and other machines are in the basement, which is dry... thankfully.
    Nancy in western NY

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