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Thread: My Minimalist Sewing Room

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    Junior Member jzaaboo's Avatar
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    My Minimalist Sewing Room

    My son moved out last year, so made his room the guest room and made the old guest room into my sewing room. It's really serene in here, and it's on the top floor so I can see the squirrel run around in the oak tree in the back yard.
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    Very nice setup!, mine is a dark hole but it works!
    Susy

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    Great looking room. I like your storage system for rulers.

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    Enjoy your space.
    Just passing through!

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    Nice room, looks very relaxing. Thank you for sharing.

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    Nice clean space to work.
    Intimistic
    Reflecting on
    family and everyday life
    www.intimistic.com

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    Great room and to be able to watch the squirrels is fun. It's nice to have the space I wish I did but I guess you can sew wherever you have room I just have to move about to do different things. Your room looks very relaxing and I like the quilt you have by the machine. Happy Quilting. Sue

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    iT IS special when you get to have a dedicated sewing room. Know you will enjoy it a lot.
    God Bless,
    Rachel

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    Love the cutting station with the rulers hanging up. And it looks like your pressing board sits on top of your table - is that for easy removal? And what's under it, if you don't mind me asking? It looks like there's something between the table and the board? I'm going to turn a repurposed kitchen table as an ironing table and was just thinking I'd pad and cover the top, but I may use your idea instead so I don't have to permanently "install" the pressing surface. Thanks!

    Lovely room!

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    You have a nice sewing space. I'm sure you spend many happy hours in there!

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