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Thread: A fancy garden shed (This one has pictures.....LOL)

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    Pretty fancy garden shed, very nice and I agree I see some plants hanging there.

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    Looks great!

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    love your garden shed, now you can build yourself a big quilting studio

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    I LOVE IT!!! and QUITE ENVIOUS of you! It does need a rocker in front tho "-) Thanks for sharing and making the GREEN EYED monster rear its head!! ha

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    That is so cool! I'd bet you are excited for that greenhouse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweet
    That is so cool! I'd bet you are excited for that greenhouse!
    Oh, I am. I already have my first set of crops picked out. :)

    Since it is just my husband and I we are going to grow....
    1 tomato plant
    1 bell pepper plant (red ones)
    a zucchini plant
    a yellow squash plant
    and some bean plants along the dog pen fence.
    And I may grow some herb plants too....I would be wonderful to grow everything I need for homemade spaghetti sauce except the wine and meats.........lol

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    Ooooh, gorgeous! I love it! :thumbup:

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    Luv it

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    It's gorgeous!!!

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    Wow!! Do you have a sewing room? If not one can be added on in the future.

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    That is the Taj-Mahal of sheds...goodness...I've lived in houses that didn't look as good. Charlee's right, some nice flower baskets and maybe some clay pots with herbs. I love renovating and gardening...but as my lush weeds attest, quilting is now consuming most of my time!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annz
    Wow!! Do you have a sewing room? If not one can be added on in the future.
    Yes I have a sewing room, and its soon to be renovated once again. My husband is adding a cabinet in my closet to accommodate my new embroidery machine and add more shelves for my ever growing stash.

    it looks totally different than this now.
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    Great sewing shed - I mean garden shed.

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    Lovely sewing rom! I can see empty spaces!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shemjo
    Lovely sewing rom! I can see empty spaces!
    LOL, that picture was taken a little while after we moved in. I have very few empty spots now..lol

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    Super nice!

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    sew envious. I want one. Really nice. I bet the dogs love the new space as well

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    I would use it for a sewing room, it is beautiful. God bless.

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    The thought of sewing outside in winter. Brrrr. I like the shed - was it a kit or did you build it from scratch?
    You are lucky - my beloved is a chocolate teapot at building stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rainy Day
    The thought of sewing outside in winter. Brrrr. I like the shed - was it a kit or did you build it from scratch?
    You are lucky - my beloved is a chocolate teapot at building stuff.
    We built it from scratch. The siding is rough-sawn pine with a semi transparent stain. I lugged around 16' boards for days, got ate by mosquitoes and tripped over I don't know how many little hidden stumps...lol But it was worth it, I even climbed an 8 foot ladder several times. Which is a big feat for me, since I am scared of heights.
    My husband is starting on my greenhouse today!!! So at the first sign of gardening weather next spring, I will be ready.

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    Well done for getting up a ladder. Mine does garden, but building - no chance!

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    Very nice. From the looks of the picture I would say you live in Washington state :?:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chasing Hawk
    Quote Originally Posted by Annz
    Wow!! Do you have a sewing room? If not one can be added on in the future.
    Yes I have a sewing room, and its soon to be renovated once again. My husband is adding a cabinet in my closet to accommodate my new embroidery machine and add more shelves for my ever growing stash.
    I Love the Parking sign on the wall of your sewing room. Not saying it's true, but where do I get one? LOL

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