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Thread: My happy place...(picture heavy)

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    Senior Member Katz13203's Avatar
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    It's nice to see antiques that hold memories used. I like the cabinet that holds your fabrics. The fabric inside decorates the room with it's beautiful colors.

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    BEAUTIFUL!!! I can definitely see why it's your happy place. . . it made ME happy just looking at the pix!

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    Quote Originally Posted by grandmajuki View Post
    Beautiful room and I agree with you I think I do better in a more organized room
    judy
    Ditto on everyone comments, very nice room, love alot of your furnishings. I also have some items from friends & relatives that are near and dear to me, just makes the space that more cozy and fun to be in. You have done a great job, thank-you for sharing.
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    I could spend a month in there very happily sewing. I love your space. So organized and happy.
    RedGarnet222

    "Take your needle, my child, and work at your pattern ... It will come out a rose by and by. Life is like that ...one stitch at a time, taken patiently."
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    What an awesome room to sew in. If I had a room like that - it would be straightened out each time I left it as well. That being said - I am consistantly fighting the hoarding genes I got from both of my parents - fabric & books especially

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    Love your area, my mother n law has a lovley room to but very small.I was wondering how do you hang your rulers?I need a way and need a idea .instead of peg board.hehe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joejoe31 View Post
    Love your area, my mother n law has a lovley room to but very small.I was wondering how do you hang your rulers?I need a way and need a idea .instead of peg board.hehe.
    My rulers are on wooden holders on my cutting table. They are handy and only get in the way when I am spray basting and using that table.
    Happy Quilting.

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    Now that's a beautiful set-up!
    SheSews (when she can)

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    I love your room and all the special furniture and memories. Your right....It truly is a Happy Place with lots of love in it! Not sure I could keep it as clean as you though. I tend to sew until the last minute I have to leave the room, but I do cleanup between projects and when those nasty threads get to me. Enjoy your space.

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    Wonderful! A sanctuary of love and memories, those of past and the ones you are making. Bless you,
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    Beautiful, I am impressed with your dedication to orderliness. LOVE LOVE LOVE the cabinet with the glass front. does if face away from direct sunlight. I have always had my fabrics in basement where there is no sunlight at all, but now we are planning a bright new studio that will have tons of windows on two walls. I should probably be concerned with fading???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denise_the_Quilt_Lady View Post
    Beautiful, I am impressed with your dedication to orderliness. LOVE LOVE LOVE the cabinet with the glass front. does if face away from direct sunlight. I have always had my fabrics in basement where there is no sunlight at all, but now we are planning a bright new studio that will have tons of windows on two walls. I should probably be concerned with fading???
    It is in the basement. Everyone will warn you against fading in bright light. Plan a cabinet or covered shelves to hold your fabric. Since I moved mine out of totes, I use it. Before, I hated digging and most of the time just bought more.
    Happy Quilting.

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    really really nice!!! i'm envious!

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