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Thread: From disaster to woman cave/sewing room

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    I really like your woman cave.

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    Sorry for your disaster but your room looks so nice.

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    Very nice sewing area!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    WOW!!! Looks like you have an awesome room, I'm so jealous!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Material Witness View Post
    How Cheery! I'm on my way now to put a notch in a tree...
    LOL! Great idea!
    When you sleep under a quilt, you sleep under a blanket of love.

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    So sorry about the damage to your home. Your 'cave' is great, love that comfy looking desk chair.
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    The Dresden is coming along beautifully. What a nice "different" take on an old favorite pattern. You have turned lemons into lemonade in your new cave! Sorry for the tragic circumstances - but look at what you have gained! Enjoy, enjoy, enjoy it.

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    Sorry about the house, but you have a nice sewing cave. I love that tie/shirt quilt that you have hanging up on the one wall. It makes for a great way to use up old ties.

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    Your woman cave is beautiful. Enjoy.
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    That is a wonderful space! Congratulations on turning lemons into lemonade. Enjoy!

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