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Thread: My Playroom

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    Such a great place to play :P

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    what a great room, lots of shelves are a girls best friend, you can never have too many.

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    I love how a lot of you have long wall spaces to have a really long work surface. My walls are broken up by windows and cupboards so only have a regular desk space. Love looking at the pictures... :-)

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    What a great room...enjoy it.

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    I sew and sleep in the same room, Is it a little crowded? A little but after living in travel trailers for 18 years I feel I have lots of room, Now your room is a awesome room, A place for everything. I am sure you enjoy it abundantly:) I love your peg board, In fact was just telling daughter a couple of days ago I would like to buy one. Now I know I NEED one. lol.... You shine young lady and fully enjoy what you have. :) :) :)

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    What material did you use for your design wall

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    Quote Originally Posted by jstorm67
    What material did you use for your design wall
    Felt

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    Love it Love it. My husband just made me a design board by using a rollup shade which I stapled flannel to and mounted under a large window & it rolls up under the valance so you can't see it.

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    Can i come play :roll:

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    I love it! I can image how much fun you have!

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    What a great room, I'm so envious. I have 1/3 of my bedroom for a sewing room. My husband still thinks I have too much room & I keep telling him that I need more space. Someday when we are empty-nesters maybe I'll get a real room.

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    Love it, so organized!

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    What a great room!!!!

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    I really really neeeeed you to come to my house and help me organize and plan. lol Love it

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    Can I come to your house and play?

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    I love your playroom! You have set it up in a way that it would be easy to sew. :thumbup:

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    It's beautiful. Boy are you organized!!! Does it stay that neat and tidy when you're working?

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    Well now, a girl has to have some fun, so yes, I do get it a little messy at times. Depends on how big the project is.

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    awesome!

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    Quote Originally Posted by hairquilt
    Love it Love it. My husband just made me a design board by using a rollup shade which I stapled flannel to and mounted under a large window & it rolls up under the valance so you can't see it.
    How ingenious!! :thumbup:

    I LOVE this idea :!: :!: :thumbup:

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    I'm warning you- the more space we're given, the more we fill up!! Wait for a couple years- there will be no empty spaces LOL! I love my sewing room, and it looks lovely when I'm not in the middle of a project, but watch out when I am! All the wall space is used, but it makes it more colorful- I think I have 9 thread racks, but it's my happy room. Sometimes I just go in there and sit if I don't have the energy to sew. It's what makes us happy. Every sewer deserves their own room!
    Oh, Hairquilt- what an awesome idea about your design board!
    Sally

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    I know what you mean my quilt room is full and I have fabric stored in my wass room and the shed too.

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    Darn, now I have to clean my sewing room.
    You made me want to clean it. lol

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    quick note about a "design wall"... purchase one of the rollershades that is made with the plastic strips (the kind that people hang on their porches to keep out a lot of sun). Mount it to the wall above the closet door or up under a valance above a window. hand stitch the flannel to the strips on each side and up the middle. when you need a design wall, unroll it. when not in use, roll it up. I've even been able to roll mine up with quiltblocks on it. You do have to unroll it v e r y slowly, but it can be done. :)

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