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    My sewing studio.

    I hope it's appropriate to add a link to my blog here with a post I did on my space. If not, please advise and I'll quickly remove it.

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    Clean and well lighted. Both necessary for good sewing and quilting. Love your area.Would you like to come over and organize mine?????hugs

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    ​Great sewing room! I like how you used red Rick rack between the white and yellow paint.

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    Nice organized room. Is that fabric I see in the closet.

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    It looks like a bright and happy room! I like how you use candy containers to hold other goodies! Gives it a warm feel!
    Go forth and sew!

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    Just checked out your blog. You are so amazing. I though about upholstering some chairs once before but chicken out. I did make slip covers for the dining room chair about two years ago to redo my daughters' chairs. Which I had taken a picture. Thanks for sharing.

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    Great studio...great blog....I love those peonies....
    Kathy

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    wonderful room!!!

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    It's lovely! I'm sure you will enjoy it.

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    Aww, thanks guys! If I were to post a pic today, well, it would look a bit different. I use the room constantly therefore it is constantly a mess. But I wouldn't have it any other way. :-)

    And Sewfine, yes, that is fabric in the closet. Rolls, and rolls, and rolls of home dec fabric, which I really need to part with. Leftovers from projects mainly, but then again there was a Calico Corners close to me and I stocked up. Like for the apocalypse stocked up.

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    Wonderful room - a creative environment.

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    Great studio. So bright and cheery.

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    I love your quilting/sewing room, so innovative, thank you for sharing.

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    Looks great, happy for you! Enjoy!!!!
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    Are those "Gidget" tables? How do you like them? I'm considering purchasing one for use in our travel trailer.

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    Well done, Ellen! It hard to reorganize, create, and keep sane! I am in the process of moving into a new space.

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    Sew nicely done!

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    love your space! getting ready to do mine and am doing the walls a light grey I think. of coarse that is subject to change. yours is feminine. very nice
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    Great room!!

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    What a nice room! Love the way everything is so neat! Good for you!
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    Great sewing room.

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    Love your sewing room and I know you are happy, happy, happy!
    I love to encourage people to feel good about themselves. You are beautiful to God and you are beautiful to me. You were put here for a purpose and you never know how much you have touched someone elses life.

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    What's a gidget table, Luray?Two of the tables I have are just Joann's cheapies (for sewing machines), the cutting table is my own creation using base kitchen cabinets and two are sewing machine tables that are made for industrial sewing machines. I'm intrigued. Off to Google gidget :-)

    ETA....I googled gidget tables and mine look like them. I got them from JoAnnes so I don't know if they are the exact brand. They obviously won't work for a serger and that bummed me out. I suppose if I had someone make the cut-out larger it would work. Our work surfaces are everything, right? And there's never enough space, no matter how hard one tries. I'm going to be experimenting with changing around the space some so I can use one of my Viking machines nose-on for FMQ.
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    Oh WOW, I love your sewing room. Made me want to get into my sewing room and make some big changes.!!

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    What a great room! Can I come and live there?

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