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Thread: My quilting studios

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    My quilting studios

    These are a few pictures of my sewing rooms that I enjoy thoroughly!!!!!
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    Awesome! I envy you. Looks like a delightful environment for sewing and quilting.
    Make it a scrappy happy day!

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    Wow, I have room and quilting machine envy!

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    Great room.

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    You actually have more than one sewing room? I am jealous.

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    You have a wonderful space to work and create in.

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    I love your idea of using curtain rods to hold up your clamp cords on your LA. I'll have to give that a try....just hate them getting hung up. I also have two sewing rooms-----actually, two houses! My LA and some of my fabric are located in an empty farm house on our property and my embroidery, serger, and other sewing machines and other fabrics are in our main house, for easy access. Thanks for posting your pictures.
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    You've got it going on girlfriend. Don't you just love that tile floor, swifter and no more strings. That is what I have in my room too. How long have you been doing longarm? I just started in March and can't get enough of it. Your room is cozy and neat and inviting. Happy Quilting.
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    You are bad, you made me turn "Green with Envy". J J

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    Wow you did a great job organizing!

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    Terrific, and it's so neat.
    Retired & enjoying life

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    Wow great area so cozy.
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    Terrific rooms!!
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    Lucky you!

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    Wonderful rooms!

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    use of curtain rods/longarm

    Here is another thing to do with those curtain rods........attach to sides (2) of cookie sheet with screws...(any kind) and then you have made a "caddy" to keep on the end of the take-up rollers for cut thread keeper (I use paper coffee filters), basket for scissors, markers, ( a few pieces of chocolate)--whatever.......I have seen those made of wood for a high price, this works just as well for a lot less $$$$$!!!!

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    Wow very nice! Im curious what type of machine is your longarm?
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    What wonderful places to be!!!!
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    Looks nice and easy to work in!!

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    Mine is a Mega 18 (Tin Lizzie) on a 12' Grace aluminum frame. Also think your tray idea and curtain rods a great idea! Anyone else have great ideas for the LA's?
    Last edited by Sewze; 01-14-2012 at 10:08 AM.
    Jinnie

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    Great room. I chuckled when I saw the ironing board....I just purchased the same one last week.

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    Great room, have fun!
    Quilting makes me happy!..

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    Wow!! What a great space you have!!
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    great space.
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    Nice! Like the idea of the curtain rod to hold up the straps on the QM, might try that myself. Thanks!...
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