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Thread: Day 2: Scene 2 of the Tour: My Studio/Gallery/Home

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    Super Member cwessel47's Avatar
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    Thanks to all who said you were interested in seeing more. It's pretty easy to encourage me. Keep those comments coming! If I find a drawer I fill it. I realize that might get boring after awhile - so I'll try to mix it up a bit. The star pieces of furniture will be featured, however.

    But I need room for more!
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    The ironing station
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    Here's sewing central
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    The real workhorse, my grandma's dresser
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    Super Member Qbee's Avatar
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    Oh how cool! And look at your featherweight!!!! We need more pictures of her!! :)

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    Thanks for sharing.

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    Super Member sweet's Avatar
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    Grandma's dresser is beautiful and looks like she can hold a lot of fabric!

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    Very interesting tour. Looking forward to scene 3.

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    Super Member Doreen's Avatar
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    I love to see new rooms come together.

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    I love seeing the sewing rooms of others. Can always use new ideas. You made all of those quilts with that featherweight? You go, girl!

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    Super Member cwessel47's Avatar
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    I have been making all of my quilts on that featherweight for over 30 years. It is a part of me. I did need to replace the motor a few years ago - there was a short that was giving me "shock therapy" every time I touched it. The pain/pleasure ratio didn't work for me. And I had more quilts to make! Its only repair in all that time.

    On Day 3 I will begin the gallery portion of this tour. Are you ready for some more quilts?

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