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    Great room and Great space to creat and teach in.
    Couldn't help but notice a place of honor by your TV. Your Featherweight looks very nice there.
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    Love the idea of the ping-pong table! I nabbed an idea from somewhere can't remember and it's wonderful too. Put sheets of ceiling panels on wall, and using the spray adhesive for quilting layer your quilt upright. It saves lot a time and backaches. I do have an extra tall husband, 6'5" with long arms so when he is around I sweeten the pot for him to manage the upper end. lol, he loves working with me.

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    I didn't see any walls.
    Was tooooo busy looking at the nice space.
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    Good for you!! Congratulations on a wonderful sewing room. Many of us wouldn't have room for a ping pong table but what a great idea if you have the space - have fun!!

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    ping pong table great idea!
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    Very nice space. Did you find the desk like that or did it need modification?? Thanks for sharing.

    Have a blessed day.

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    Nice place!! I didn't even notice the walls!! It looks so nice & big. Hooray for you!!
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    What a great place for you to play in!
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    Quote Originally Posted by cny_sewer39 View Post
    Very nice space. Did you find the desk like that or did it need modification?? Thanks for sharing.

    Have a blessed day.

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    It is a Horn table
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    Great space to quilt. I would never leave it. Just a coffee pot, cup, and my fabric and a bathroom of course and I am happy.

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    You have a great space-walls can always be done sometime.....
    Your room is large and bright and has all your sewing treasures so is paint necessary?

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    Very pretty space, you will love it there. Enjoy.
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    Your space is awesome!

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    I use a hollow door without the hole, for my cutting table. It holds the giant sized cutting mat nicely, and it is long enough for me to have my machine on the end. I love it. It is sitting on an old computer desk. So it is a great height. I have used this method for years, and it is wonderful.
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    For our anniversary, DH bought me a ping pong table so I can sandwich quilts upright - hooray! Now I can finally use the huge Horn cutting mat that came with my table. I have been teaching a friend to quilt, so I have a small folding table set up for her, and the ping pong table offers much needed storage underneath. I will move the table out when I do a marathon of sandwiching using industrial clamps to hold the backing. Thank you Carnell for making my quilting life so much easier!
    I should have painted the walls before I took over the enclosed garage - my stepsons were pretty hard on the walls when they used this as their "space!" So please excuse the ugly walls
    Karen from Appleton, Wisconsin

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    Wink My Sewing Room

    What a wonderful Places, enjoy, enjoy, enjoy!

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    What a wonderful space! (Power for the course.)

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    nice space, love the quilt on the floor

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    hehe... just gotta say... I'm envious..... and WOW... this it the damage you got from stepsons? Bring on stepsons..... No seriously, you have a wonderful room and hope that you can share your special spot with ALL your family!

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    What a great space! So nice to have a nice room to work in.

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    Looks really good. Happy sewing

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    Looks like a great space! Nice and big!

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    I'm impressed!

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    Great space!! What a great place to totally enjoy

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    What an amazing setup! I'm green with envy!

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    Love this space! My space is in progress as my Dad is building me a cutting table I saw on pinterest! I think I may put another good lamp on my Christmas list after seeing how many lamps you have, I need more light!

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