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Thread: It is a never ending job!!!

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    Won't it be nice when it is finished. Nice place.

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    what a wonderful space. and look at that window. love it

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    How nice that will be when it's finished.

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    Lucky you.
    Will fall into place quickly now.
    I was in this very spot three years ago.
    I had the dry wall fellows prime and
    paint mine with the gun. Went fast and
    they did a fantastic job.

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    that window view is spectaular ! Looks like it will be an great big room with plenty of elbow room! Can't wait to see the finished project soon...

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    I love your farm scene from the window!!

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    We bought a fixer-upper in 1985 and we are still fixing it up. And now we are re fixing. But my husband says that he always knows when we are 3/4 of the way through because I always say, "We are never going to be through with this...." We will be repainting the outside this summer.

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    You Lucky Lucky Lady! May good things continue to 'bloom' in your new space! Best of luck with your health issues. Enjoy your new sewing area-you earned it!

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    good job ,looks like you will have lots room.

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    Lucky girl!!! That will be a wonderful sewing room!!

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    Wow, what a beautiful room it's going to be. Lucky you!!!

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    How I envy you. I have a sewing room, but it is very small.

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    It will be a great room, enjoy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewmuchmore
    Quote Originally Posted by happyscrappy
    so how difficult was it to give up your greenhouse is what i want to know! hmmm, gardening . . . quilting, that's a tough one.
    I had cancer and it took alot out of me. Not able to garden any more. DH want let me, one lung has fluid in it and I am not able to do the thing I want to.
    :-(
    I was in a car accidsent, and kind of did the same thing, concentrating on other interests.
    The room where I whelped the basenji puppies, is now my sewing room. I couldn't do the dog thing like I knew I'd want ti, so I opted out, luckily I can still sew

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    Quote Originally Posted by stitchofclass2
    Your room is going to be lovely with the window and light. I would caution you to remove your sewing machines and thread completely from the room when sanding your walls. That dust goes everywhere (ask me how I know) and it is not good for thread or machines. I would even put a rung up against the door jam or cover the door with plastic. Just my thoughts to save you some headaches later. Would love to see it when finished.
    We are not going to do any sanding. We are give it a light texture to the walls and ceiling. I can not breath the dust, not good for my lungs..

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