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Thread: design wall DH and I made yesterday

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    Bravo! Like the WIP.

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    so cool

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    Great design wall.

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    plain and simple does the job!

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    Now that is what I call a design wall. Mine is like 4X5, so you know how effective that is. I had no idea so many people sew in their basements until I joined this board. Do you ladies have any problems with moisture?

    Our church group at one time was talking about using our finished basement; but was afraid we would have moisture problems.

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    Very nice indeed!

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    You have a fantastic design wall!! Great sewing space, ie, longarm!!! Your DH is a keeper to help you make this design wall!

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    Quote Originally Posted by annieshane
    Now that is what I call a design wall. Mine is like 4X5, so you know how effective that is. I had no idea so many people sew in their basements until I joined this board. Do you ladies have any problems with moisture?

    Our church group at one time was talking about using our finished basement; but was afraid we would have moisture problems.
    I have a dehumidifier in my sewing area. And I can't believe all the moisture it draws out. I empty the container every few days, which is at least a gallon of water each time. I haven't had any problems with any of my sewing machines or fabric smelling musty, and I've been sewing in the basement for 30 years.

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    Very clever :thumbup:

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    Wow, that looks great.

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