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Thread: The work has begun!

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    Super Member callen's Avatar
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    It is going to be terrific when it is done. You are off to a great start. Plastic containers - are there some quilt police nearby????? I'm sure your fabric will survive !!!
    Dance like no one is watching

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    looks like a nice large room,lucky you
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    GREAT!!!! for you - Awesome that hubby's really working with you to get your dream room set up.
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    My GOAL is always to ENJOY EVERY STEP of the quilting process....

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    Looking good! Looks like things are coming along really nice, I'm really happy for you.
    Country 1

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    Looking good, it will be great when you can get it finished up. Ploastic totes are okay to use, keeps the dust and dirt off the fabrics.
    Another Phyllis
    This life is the only one you get - enjoy it before you lose it.

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    your are so blessed it will be really nice to get it all organized
    good luck

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    You have such wonderful freedom in spreading out your quilting supplies and fabrics!! Excellent.
    I think that fabrics need to breathe....so why not allow yourself to enjoy a few fabrics from the plastic bins and put them on display..... and create a ladder to hang fabrics out from time to time, rotating them from plastic to ladder, back to plastic for storage. It might keep your fabrics fresh. You might be inspired by seeing your stash from time to time. Right?!!
    Kathy Bonafede in Colorado

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    It already looks spacious and exciting! Keep us posted and enjoy using that wonderful space.

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    How exciting!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Hope you'll keep us informed of your progress.
    DeAnne

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    Good start. I know you will have a good time planning and completing your sewing room. So much space!

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