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Thread: Ok Here is My Quilting Shop

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    This is the the shop I have in my back yard that I was using for storage and decided to remodel it so I can use it for my quilting habit. Since I collect machines and restore them and I have amassed a lot of memorabilia automotive and sewing and machines so I am adding on a 2 story addition that will be around 2200sqft total. I have the floor tile for the shop but I am waiting till I start the addition and start moving some things around to lay it.

    But here are a few photos of what I am working in......
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    Very nice. Your treadles are beautiful!

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    Here is a couple more, the wall unit is not fully assembled yet I have a section that sits on top of the one that is there now alongside the ironing board and another section will be on the wall next to it. I built everything in my shop including the wall unit, benches, thread rack, curtains and the wall art that I framed. Also this is only a few of the machines I have earmarked for use in my shop. There are several more to chose from.
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    Awesome shop. I used to have shop in my back yard years ago and did all kinds of sewing and crafting in it til I moved to town. Now my carport has been enclosed and converted in to a sewing room. Love it too.

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    Wow i love that place and the machines are awesome

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    I separate building for your studio! how wonderful is that!

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    Nice room for all your quilty stuff and machines :wink: :D

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    I need to finish the wall unit up, I ran out of clear when I was building them so I need to run to the paint shop and pick up some more. I use automotive clear for finishing furniture and it always comes out looking like you can swim in it. But since I paint a lot of high end show cars and bikes I always have it on hand.

    The machines that are in the shelves next to my "Universal" were both basket cases. The Singer 27 was done in a Godzilla finish and I did the Blackside finish on the nickle plated parts. The Singer 24 was locked up and rusted solid but it runs like a champ now. I have a 185J that I am working on now that will be treadled and I am shooting it a cream color with a gold pearl mid coat with the gold Singer decals on the arm.

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    WOW...those machines are fabulous! You've redone them????? I just love your shop....thats my kinda' place!

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    What a wonderful room. I love your machines. I am in awe that you have refurbished them. You are multi talented.

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