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Thread: My Patchwork Parlor

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    Here are some pictures of my sewing room aka Peg's Patchwork Parlor.

    My stash closet.2 shelves for fat quarters, 2 shelves for fabrics and 4 rolling carts. 1 for upholstery, 1 for yarn, 1 for childrens fabrics and 1 always at the ready for a quilting retreat.
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    I picked the set up at a yard sale and then repainted and put new seats on them.
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    My many collections
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    My pressing area
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    My sewing and cutting area
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    Part of my thread stash. I love to do machine applique so I have a ton of thread
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    Area above my sewing/ cutting desk.
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    I have always wanted a window seat. I probably won't ever have a real one so I use this bench to curl up and read sometimes.
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    Super Member Lori Peercy's Avatar
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    I am laughing because I amjust starting out and I have 1 rolling cart! I guess it just takes time to build up a stash.

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    Love your patchwork parlor, it is very organized!!

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    Oh, I feel so less guilty about my stash!! I look at my 6 large green/gray totes and feel badly...well, sometimes I feel badly! When I need to start a new project I am glad I have such a nice stash. My problem (and I'll bet yours too) is that no matter how much stash I have, I always have to fill in the gaps for a new project.
    Ah, but you have done many of us a great service showing these photos!! Less guilt about our own stash, but for me, envy for your organizational skills!!

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    wow that is great

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    :thumbup: :thumbup: Great room!!

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    Such organization, I'm impressed ! Very,very nice !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lori Peercy
    I am laughing because I amjust starting out and I have 1 rolling cart! I guess it just takes time to build up a stash.
    Me too!

    I cleaned out & rearranged my "sewing" room - and right now it consists of a small desk (aka cutting table), my sewing cabinet, the ironing board, and the storage cart. Lots of room for growth!

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    Love the room! Organized and ready for your next project! :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilting.addict
    Oh, I feel so less guilty about my stash!! I look at my 6 large green/gray totes and feel badly...well, sometimes I feel badly! When I need to start a new project I am glad I have such a nice stash. My problem (and I'll bet yours too) is that no matter how much stash I have, I always have to fill in the gaps for a new project.
    Ah, but you have done many of us a great service showing these photos!! Less guilt about our own stash, but for me, envy for your organizational skills!!
    LOVE the Parlor! Absolutely the coolest.

    I don't know how you all do it with the carts... all my wide carts *8* of them - got so filled with fabrics that they wouldn't roll, sagged, couldn't get the drawers open or shut... cloth too heavy for the wide plastic carts! I do have 3 small carts I use for fusibles, stabilizers, zippers, etc. But no more big carts! lol..

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