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Thread: Quilting Room(s) Reorganization

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    what a lucky Gal! whatever it may look, enjoy everything, to have a studio or room for what you enjoy. To have a son, so wonderful to help with this endeavor.

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    What a wonderful son to do this for his mother!!! How awesome is that. Will be looking forward to your pics of your new room!

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    Update: almost finished, but not quite. Shelves are up, batting is hung, but the work top to hold the serger and embellisher has to be done...then I can start moving stuff in!
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    Look in' good! I'm a little jealous.
    Why do I keep trying to find the "like" button?

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    Just found out the shelves under the batting is exactly the height I need for a table top to put my serger and embellisher on. Yea!

    Next photos will be of finished room, so I won't be posting for a week or so.

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    Cant wait to see how it all comes together!
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    So happy for you! You are on your way to a beautiful place to quilt! All of your hard work is paying off.

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    Any updates? Can't wait to see what you come up with.
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    yes show us after pics please
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    Quote Originally Posted by orangeroom View Post
    Pictures when completed will be appreciated. I love the idea of horizontal roll storage for your batting. I'd love that too. Won't ever happen at this point for me as my sewing studio is in full view of the kitchen, family room and front entrance of our home. Not aesthetically pleasing enough. Maybe with some artwork covering it... who knows. Pics though...
    Nice wall hanging in front of roll would be an idea. Hang from ceiling.

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    I have roll of batting on long wooden pole. Had issues with cutting till I figured out putting a yard stick on top of the roll, mark with pen and then cut it with scissors. It is so much easier to measure and only cut what I need this way
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