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Thread: My NEW sewing room--in the basement

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    Senior Member almond's Avatar
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    Love your area. Lots of useful space. If you find you cutting table is too low for your back, just cut 4 pvc pipe to place on the legs to lift the table to a higher height.
    Mary

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    Congratulations on your own space! I think you will love it! You have lots of room with good storage, plus it looks as if you can shut the door if you need to!! Enjoy!!!!
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    Good for you girl

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    Looking great love the cubbies, just saw those at Ikea's last week, have fun building yoou such a wonderful crafty space of your own.
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    What a lovely sewing studio! Very spacious!
    Go forth and sew!

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    Enjoy many happy hours in your new space.
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    Looks Great!!!
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    Looking good!! You'll be so happy in "your space" that your family may never see you unless they come to your sewing room. LOL!!
    Kim

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    My ironing board was taking up too much space in my bedroom/sewing room so I found one at Wal-Mart that hangs on the door and folds flat when not in use. It hangs like the over door hangers for clothes etc. No trouble with the door closing either-best thing I've invested in for my sewing room.
    Kathy Osterby

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    Really looking good. The shelves are great.
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    What a wonderful sewing room - and it's so neat!.

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    Very,Very Nice !!!!!!!!

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    Your space looks great. You are going to love it. You might want one comfy chair. You are going to be spending so much time there your hubby will want to come and sit and visit.
    Happy Quilting.

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    Wow, it looks like you have lots and lots of space. Very nice

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    Beautiful. Thanks for the tour.
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    very nice looking room
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    What a great sewing room. I love the cubes. You have so much room.
    Kacy from OK

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    You have a wonderful space to create your quilts. It seems to go so much better when your space is organized-at least it does for me. Great job!

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    Your so lucky , it's a grand place to sew, thanks for showing us, have lots of fun

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    Nice and roomy! If your looking at flooring I suggest the square tiles, thats what I have and mine have a design going half way across in each direction. The tiles are 12" and then half way is the 6" so it is quick and easy to measure out a quilt top by laying it on the floor. I also tape my backing to the floor with painters tape (easy to remove) and baste my quilts together that way. Just a suggestion, but either way, enjoy your new space. I have my whole basement and would not have it anywhere else.

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    Don't forget to add a design wall. You've got plenty of great space to show off you completed projects.

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    Wow! It's looking great!!!! Love the cubbies for storage!!!

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    Your sewing room is roomy and inviting. You will surely enjoy having such a great place to sew.

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    What a nice sewing room. I just love going out to Ikea.
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    Very Nice.
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