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    It’s going to be awesome! Great room!
    I love the smell of Best Press in the morning!

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    Enjoy your big nice space to work in. That is a wonderful sewing studio.

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    Here are a few pics of the ramp being built. Still have railing n carpet to put down. I can’t believe the amount of stuff out there and still have a lot to go

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    Have to paint that corner of my house yet too. Grandson better get busy

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Size:  1.62 MBWell this is the progress today. This weekend I will try to get some of my fabric put away. I also have a design wall that needs to get put up

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    Great space, love it!
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    I hope you get it set up to enjoy during winter.

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Size:  179.1 KBStill lots to put away and my dingo cabinet to get out here yet, but my sister was here from grand forks so we got a lot out here. I have to put my fabric on boards when the carpenter gets finished. She’ll come over to help with that too. Note the old quilt laying out is one from one of the carpenters that his mom made sewn on sheets that I’m going to put thin batting in with a pretty blue back n tie

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    Still working on putting stuff away. I did decide to put my fat qtrs in the loaf acrylic units & into my ScrapBox. They aren’t in it yet bc I need to move my sewing cabinet around. Wish the carpenter would come back n finish n take his tools home with him so I can put my dingo cabinet under the window and have it open to use

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    Still working on putting stuff away. I did decide to put my fat qtrs in the loaf acrylic units & into my ScrapBox. They arenít in it yet bc I need to move my sewing cabinet around. Wish the carpenter would come back n finish n take his tools home with him so I can put my dingo cabinet under the window and have it open to use

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    It must be so nice ot have a large dedicated space.

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    Well I’ll tell u I used to sew in a tiny bedroom. Now my husband has died n left me with a garage I couldn’t park my car in during the winter so I decided to convert to a dedicated sewing studio. I still have lots left to move in as my skid shack that we were going to use couldn’t bc of not being able to walk out in the snow n the slippery floors. I guarantee u that I sewed many many years in a tiny bedroom

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