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Thread: New Cabinets and cleaned up quilting room

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    It's about 10 times the space I have and it surely looks like a "studio" to me!
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    I love it! You deserve a pat on the back. by the way I do have one question. the white things around the legs of the dresser.... are they for protection from your assistants? or is there another reason i am clueless about?

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    Wow-that is one huge space. One day for me perhaps.
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    I am so jealous! You have so much space. Is this in a basement? I miss basements - we don't do basements in Houston, unless you want an indoor swimming pool!

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    Enjoy your space. It's nice to have so much room for all of you and the quilting stuff. Along with br, mini kitchen, a/c and heat.

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    Quote Originally Posted by suelovesquilts View Post
    Great space! Are those Bichons? Too cute!
    Yes they are... 5 of our crew are Bichons. They are my most favorite breed. Such friendly, loving little guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Denise_the_Quilt_Lady View Post
    I love it! You deserve a pat on the back. by the way I do have one question. the white things around the legs of the dresser.... are they for protection from your assistants? or is there another reason i am clueless about?
    Everything could use a little protection from the assistants... LOL! But the dresser is really a coffee table and the white things are lifts to raise the height to something I could use to put the computer equipment on. The coffee table used to sit under the folding table which held the HandiQuilter and the white lifts were under the table legs to make the table a working height. Now there is no "under" and I wasn't sure what I was going to do with it. The computer nook seemed like a possibility. Not sure if it will be tall enough, but since the computer doesn't connect to the net, I will be using it only for reference. Can't tell you how many times I got out there with something cool from the Board and found I didn't "exactly" remember the instructions. So, those things I put on a thumb drive and transfer out there. Also it is my old computer out there and it had lots of quilty stuff saved already.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bjnicholson View Post
    It's about 10 times the space I have and it surely looks like a "studio" to me!
    Its attributes would be sufficient to be called a studio... But my talent and mastery of the craft may not be. It just feels as if I am granting myself more status than I deserve to say it is "my studio"

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    Quote Originally Posted by bunbytes View Post
    I am so jealous! You have so much space. Is this in a basement? I miss basements - we don't do basements in Houston, unless you want an indoor swimming pool!
    Not a basement -- we would probably be swimming here too (south Ga). I don't know what the original intent was for this building. The former owner was a serious NASCAR fan and it was filled with memorabilia and other guy stuff. He had a HUGE BBQ grill just outside. No windows anywhere though. I wish it had natural light, but minor inconvenience all things considered.

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    nice huge room. i'm looking for ideas for my new studio. i like that your frame is on wheels

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    Honey, you have the right (nothing about earning, although you have)...... This is also a place in your heart. It is YOUR STUDIO...ENJOY...
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    You go girl! Love, love, love it!!

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    what a great space-nice and large
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    You have a great studio and the helpers look happy.
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    I have two quilting assistants. One wants to pack every thing off. The other one wants to be curled up in my sewing chair and NOT be disturbed.

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    I think if I have any room left in my room after I get all situated, I would like to have those kitchen counters also with a top added. Good idea. Working on redoing the closet today.

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    Lucky you--so much space!!

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    My bichons are my helpers as well and keep a very watchful eye! I think you have earned the right to call it a Studio!

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    Awesome space and I vote that you can call it your studio!
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