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Thread: Photos of my new quilting cave

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    Photos of my new quilting cave

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    The shelves hold folded stacks of fabric, pre-cuts and books.
    The two small batchelor's chests under the tv are great storage.
    The white shelf holds my other machines and scraps I have precut.
    Of course I added a chair! It's my grandmother's small Lane recliner.
    I have a big double window so I can look out at the trees in the back yard.
    Stealing the master bedroom was the best idea I've had in a while!
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    great looking space!!

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    Looks fantastic.
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    Looks wonderful. We just moved into a house where I can finally have my own sewing room. It is a small bedroom, but, I am so happy with it. It's slowly getting organized, so I'm taking suggestions from posts like yours. thanks!! Enjoy!!
    Alyce

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    Beautiful! I'm jealous....

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    Lovely space!

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    Looks like a great space.

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    What a fun, organized, comfortable play room!

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    I wish I had that much room and it was that organized! Have fun.

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    The old "master bedroom" has been transformed into the "sewing studio".... Great move!

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    Great space. I have my sewing machine one room and I have my cuttinging table in another room.

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    Nice! Enjoy.

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    Lovely layout. Just be careful that no direct or indirect sun hits your fabrics. I was surprised when I moved, that some of my fabric had faded due to indirect sunlight.
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    Wow! Way too neat! Get in there and make something!

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    Nice space...and so neat!

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    That is one beautiful room!!! Lucky you. Thanks for showing us.
    so many quilts to make, so little time.

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    It looks great.

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    Great space to sew in.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    Very nice!!!

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    Looks wonderful! Enjoy!

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    Your Juki looks like it fits perfectly down in your white table. What is that table/where did you buy it. Great working space.
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    LOVE your cave...so light & bright! Enjoy your cave!
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    Very interesting and bright room. I would like to sit in that rocking chair, do hand embroidery and looks out your window. Lovely, just lovely.

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    such a cozy room... looks like you have plenty of fabric to keep you busy. Enjoy!
    attitude is everything...the rest will fall into place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shesews View Post
    Your Juki looks like it fits perfectly down in your white table. What is that table/where did you buy it. Great working space.
    Thanks! I think it's a Arrow 601 Gidget Sewing Table. I purchased it at my local Hancocks Fabric Store. With a sale price and my preferred customer card I think I paid around $70. I tried to find the product on their website but they don't show the hobby tables anymore (or I just can't find them). I love the table. I can fold it or move it easily if needed. The little board the machine sits on is adjustable so I can take my Juki out and drop my Featherweight in and adjust so they both sit flush with the table top. There is a space behind the sewing machine but I fixed that by putting one of those strips that you use between the counter top and stove.

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