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Thread: My sewing room - quick clean up

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    really nice sewing room! will you post pictures of what you make with your loom????

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    Love the pictures of your room. Enjoy!
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    Wonderful room to sew in.

    Linda

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    great clean room-have fun and mess it up a bit
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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Size:  1.20 MBHere is the 22 inch loom my Aunt gave me. I bought it to Harrisburg and they upgraded it to a 6 treadle and added lams. it use to have rope that went directly to the treadles. I have not made anything yet. There are wonderful online classes for 29.00 if interested let me know I will send you info. The online classes are wonderful. you can download the classes or they will send you the disk. I have the that teaches you how to warp the warping board as well as how to set it up. So much more to looming than I ever would have thought.
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    I have a thread holder similar to yours that my Dad made me too. Nifty. What kind of loom do you have? My Dad made my floor loom also and then more recently, someone gave me a rigid heddle table loom. I am curious as to what you weave, what kind of threads you use, and where you get them, locally or on the internet..

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    I can make blankets...though I may not since I quilt, scrafs, rugs, table runners, place mats. My friend has one and the stuff she makes with hers is amazing. I bought my thread at Harrisbug, 100 percent cotton. You can use just about anything. All depends on what you want to make. My Aunt used left over strips of cottom materials and made rugs.

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    Send your company to me, maybe I'd clean too.

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    mine will never look that good I'm creatively messy

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    My room was getting very messy...amazing what you can do when you folks decide to visit. I am wondering how long it will stay like that. LOL...I was good about picking it up after I sewed on Saturday evening. My hubby was amazed. I do have a closet up stairs full of fabric that noone ever sees...; )

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    Yellow is my favorite color, I painted my quilting room the same color. I love your carpet as well.

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