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Thread: Cant believe its all mine!

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    Cant believe its all mine!

    Two years ago we bought our first house and I got a big loft as my quilting studio. Yay!
    It still needs tons of work (like nice lights and hardwood floor) but it already looks the way we wanted. See that huge recliner? That was planned for my DH way before we found the house
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    You are lucky! That is a beautiful space.

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    Wow! That is awesome!

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    ​Wonderful studio!

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    WOW Does DH come and visit??
    Love to quilt and play with the great grandkids

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    Nice space! What is your design wall made of? Frame with flannel? How is it fixed to the wall?
    Go forth and sew!

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    Wow..... what a beauty of a sewing room You are so blessed, and I know you will enjoy it to the max!
    I am a homeschool mom to four little ladies, a prayerful wonderer and marveller, a spirit-filled dancer, a meek and mighty warrior, and a friend to many small creatures. Nice to meet you!

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    Your quilting room is gorgeous. I really love it. Can you keep it orderly, as the pictures show, when you are working on a project? I am moving from a specially built quilting room just for me, to a tiny bedroom quilting room. I have to downsize drastically. I am planning on organizing containers and storing them in the basement so that I can find what I want when I need it, but I know it will be a hardship. Even so, I have to down size and move to a small home since my husband passed away recently. Enjoy your wonderful area.

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    I am so jealous! With that much space I just might be able to keep my sewing area tidy and organized.

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    Lovely space. So much room to move around!

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    wow....what a beautiful sewing room.

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    Beautiful, wish it were mine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grannie cheechee View Post
    WOW Does DH come and visit??

    Thank you all for your wonderful comments!

    Yes, he comes to sit with me and watch tv. Really looks picture perfect sometimes, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by orangeroom View Post
    Nice space! What is your design wall made of? Frame with flannel? How is it fixed to the wall?
    We made a frame with window trim and stapled batting to the back starting from the mid-points. Then mounted it to the wall as an oil painting, we just used three nails because of the size. The batting is flush to the wall. So far so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AnnEliz View Post
    Your quilting room is gorgeous. I really love it. Can you keep it orderly, as the pictures show, when you are working on a project? I am moving from a specially built quilting room just for me, to a tiny bedroom quilting room. I have to downsize drastically. I am planning on organizing containers and storing them in the basement so that I can find what I want when I need it, but I know it will be a hardship. Even so, I have to down size and move to a small home since my husband passed away recently. Enjoy your wonderful area.
    I am sorry for your loss.
    I came a long way from a dining room table in a kitchen to this room, so i do remember how tight and inconvenient it was before.

    Clean? No way, I wish. When in process it is a huge mess. I just clean every time before i start a new project. It helps

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    What a beautiful room -- how nice to have a spot where your hubby can spend time with you. My room isn't very big and is completely full! I won't ever have any as big and nice as yours -- enjoy it you deserve it.

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    Wow. Marvelous bit of quilting real estate to play in!

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    How wonderful!

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    You quilting room is so nice. After seeing how neat it is, there is no way you are going to see pictures of mine
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    That is the neatest sewing area I think I have ever seen. I'm sure it looks like all of our areas once we're working on projects.

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    You sure have a lot of space! I like my cutting table behind my back (when facing my Bernina) so it's so really simple for a twist to the chair to go from sewing to cutting. Be very careful with indirect light because it can fade your fabrics over a few years.
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    I love the floral quilt on your wall....do you know the name of the pattern??

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    Beautiful studio; i am green with envy.

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    Wow....nice digs....have fun in it!!!

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