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Thread: I took over the Master Bedroom

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    My room is so the opposite of yours. Nothing matches. I have all types of dressers for my fabrics and rubbermaid tubs under my cafeteria type tables to store more fabric. I have bookcases and storage units and lots of FQ boxes I bought, all to store my fabric. I put my 24x72 cutting mat on my two long tables with a piece of plywood (cut the same size) under it so it doesn't sag. My room is cluttered. I always have too many projects going at once. Compared to your room, my room looks like a crazy woman lives there. How I would love to have your desks and tables. I love the white on them. Classy look!
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    Wow! What a beautiful set-up!
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    Could I ask you what all do you have on your Juki on your frame to make it into a quilter machine? I wold like to do that to mine...........Could you please let me know> Thanks
    Quote Originally Posted by emsunfire View Post
    OK, the rooms in my house aren't big to begin with and I will still also be in the old sewing room (cutting table and ironing board).
    I bought a juki machine last year from a friend on another forum and then the quilting frame to put it on and so it began........
    Today DH put the tables and draws together (IKEA)

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    Love your new space. Enjoy!!! And your hubby is definitely a keeper.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nana4baj View Post
    Could I ask you what all do you have on your Juki on your frame to make it into a quilter machine? I wold like to do that to mine...........Could you please let me know> Thanks
    My Juki is on the Grace Start Right Frame
    Paula

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    Very nice! Love your floor color, so organized!... I'm jealous of of your counter space.
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    great table set up. IKEA model numbers? tho i don't have as many machines, the work station set up would be fabulous in my 'play room'. thanks for any info. keep quilting!

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    Smile Isn't the bottom line that your quilts are beautiful works?? Not where they come from

    Quote Originally Posted by jcrow View Post
    My room is so the opposite of yours. Nothing matches. I have all types of dressers for my fabrics and rubbermaid tubs under my cafeteria type tables to store more fabric. I have bookcases and storage units and lots of FQ boxes I bought, all to store my fabric. I put my 24x72 cutting mat on my two long tables with a piece of plywood (cut the same size) under it so it doesn't sag. My room is cluttered. I always have too many projects going at once. Compared to your room, my room looks like a crazy woman lives there. How I would love to have your desks and tables. I love the white on them. Classy look!
    By the looks of your quilt photo, you create beautiful quilts. I think that you should stand up and take a very large bow, and be so incredibly proud of working in "any space" to make your expression of quilts happen. Some of us are very wonderfully clean when we sew projects, and others of us just work better in a messy and creatively chaotic environment. Both working environments serve a purpose.....allowing us to evolve into "makers" of something beautiful. The clean white lines and multiple machines on new cabinetry is so fabulously beautiful that we all covet having this much organization and cleanliness. And I imagine the quilts from this space will be enormously satisfying to complete. Congratulations to all of us for working with our limitations to create beautiful quilts!!
    Kathy Bonafede in Colorado

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    Quote Originally Posted by isabella View Post
    What a wonderful idea I wonder if I'd get away with that so far I have onesewing room and one scrapbooking room but I think ifI asked for our bed room which would meen sleeping in the lounge room I'd get one of THOSE looks

    ROFLMBO - ooooohhhhh that's sooooo funny !!! "one of THOSE looks" - I know Exactly what those looks look like!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tartan View Post
    Looking good! Do you use your big mirror for checking the back of your quilting on the frame?
    Boy you are observant...I had to go back and look for the mirror.

    GREAT idea...now I know why I've been hanging onto an ornate 24x70" wall mirror.
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    How Lucky can one woman be!! Like WOW!!!
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    What a wonderful sewing room! Isn't it great to have a hubby that understands quilters? Congratulations on your beautiful new room.

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    WOWZA! Great room!
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    Now that's what i call a sewing room.
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    IKEA - the answer to all my quilting needs!

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    I love those tables. Looks great.

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    what a wonderful set up!!!!
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    Sweet!!!! Looks like a perfect space!!! Congrats and enjoy!

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmkijk View Post
    great table set up. IKEA model numbers? tho i don't have as many machines, the work station set up would be fabulous in my 'play room'. thanks for any info. keep quilting!
    Sorry It took me so long I'm going to try to attach my shopping list from IKEA
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    Paula

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    I'm dyin' to hear where the MASTER sleeps these days!!!

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    Wow that is really something. Think it is great that you are using the space for your hobby.
    Mary

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