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Old 03-30-2020, 10:07 AM
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looks wonderful - enjoy your new space.
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Old 03-30-2020, 11:21 AM
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OMG I think Iíd stay in my home n have someone come in to help u out when needed for that kinda money
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Old 03-30-2020, 11:04 PM
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Beautiful sewing room. I could live in a space like that forever.
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Old 03-31-2020, 03:16 AM
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What a cozy place to create...you have really used every inch of space with some great storage ideas. Happy quilting.
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Old 03-31-2020, 06:14 AM
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Originally Posted by leaha View Post
I am going to have one bed room and a bathroom. every thing will have to go into storage. and I am leaving behind so very much.

My sister that came up to help me wants me to get rid of so much more, she just does not understand, she said she does not care about any of it, she wants me to be safe, they decided I could not live on my own any more, I am having health issues I never had before like blood sugar messed up have to poke my finger every morning and test my blood. Snerts when sewing I try real hard to not poke my finger, LOL Have no idea how long it will take me save up to get my own building to put on sisters land (75 acers) so far move will cost me $11,000. so will be some time before I can get back to my quilting and dyeing. Have a couple of things put in one box that I can work on by hand, Have to go sister is back have to get back to packing, hugs
Leaha, please tell me to mind my own business but I have had you on my mind since you commented about having to move. I have a few health issues so I can relate somewhat. But it sounds like you are giving up so much of you & what makes you happy. Now I am really going to be out of line so forewarned......I feel your sister is being very non caring-just get rid of your life & everything that makes you happy. How gracious of her that she is offering for you to move in but at what cost to you? You hear of this so often where our family means well but that's a huge change for the person giving up everything they know to be their life, not to mention independence. I am as curious as cat so I have to ask why is it costing you so much to move? For that amt. of money maybe you could have bought one of those tiny houses to put on her land. Now tell me to mind my own bee's wax and I will.
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Old 03-31-2020, 06:56 AM
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Originally Posted by amyjo View Post
OMG I think Iíd stay in my home n have someone come in to help u out when needed for that kinda money
I agree or if the sister is really wanting her closer how about a tiny house on her 75 acres?
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Old 03-31-2020, 02:45 PM
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Beautiful sewing room.
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Old 03-31-2020, 08:16 PM
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Originally Posted by leaha View Post
oh how lucky you are. My sisters decided I have to move to be close to them, and I just do not know how I am ever going to make it work, right now I have a 3 bedroom house with a large kitchen I designed,, which I love, huge island big enough to lay out quilt and pin it for quilting. huge sewing room, with all 9 of my sewing machines with space for my 4-h classes, 8 rolling office chairs. cutting table, ironing board, love seat sofa, TV, sony stero system with 51 CD player,,fire place lots of fabric storage, DVDs lots and lots of them, and more. Now will be moving into 1 bedroom and bath, the rest of the house is sewing room for sisters group of friends who come over each Thur.will be moving my guest day bed down for me bed. Have NO idea where I will put ball my goodies, I like thing in order, sisters not so much , can not sew or cook in messy room, What ever am I going to do? Have no idea when my house will sell if ever. I get this from my dad " if one is good a half a doz, is better," and boy do I ever do it,if not more, cutters, rippers rulers, ect, ect. enough, sorry congrats on your new spce, know how lucky you are!
I wouldnít be giving up my space unless thereís a really good reason. I donít think itís selfish I think itís a way to stay sane. Iím sorry you have to make this move because it doesnít sound like you want to.
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Old 04-01-2020, 05:55 AM
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Beautiful sewing room.
Thanks so much, Jingle
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Old 04-01-2020, 06:25 AM
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What a fabulous space!

I have a knit wall hanging like that, too. Did you make yours? DH made my knitting needles for me with dowels.

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