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Thread: My Newest sewing space.

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    Great room. Love the baby quilt.

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    Awesome! You can put a lot in the pretty boxes too!

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    Debra, that desk was a sewing table so the hole was there. It was an ugly brown and the extention table on the back of my table used to fold over the hole. I moved the supports to the sides of the table and turned the hinges so the extention can hang down in the back. It has wheels on it and I have laminate floors so I can easily pull it out and use the whole table if necessary. I sanded and painted it but the top is sort of laminated so it didn't take the paint as well and I had to make a table insert around my existing machine to make the table level.
    Just my 2 cents and probably not worth that much but I ALWAYS have an opinion!

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    Looks GREAT! I really love the sunny yellow walls!

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    great space, wanna come help me organize? hehe

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    Wow, your space looks great. How do you manage to keep it so organized and clean?

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    Thanks for the pictures. When I lose my incentive when switching my small sewing room to the larger one, I can now look at what you've done and realize that I can have an area like yours. I finally realized that I was working "wrongly" (is there such a word?). I have been working on getting the room-to-be organized so I can move things elsewhere in the house; now I realize I should have started with the current sewing room and pack it so I have space where I can move the unneeded items from the new room. Now, does that make any sense? any, that's enough for now. I need to continue packing the smaller room.
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    I drool for those Elfa drawers! Love your space.
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    Wow, love your sewing room and thanks for sharing the photos with all of us, I like the idea for the bright white light bulbs in your ceiling fixture
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