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Thread: Sewing Room Make over

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    Kacy, what is the make & model of your long arm? Love your whole room. Boy it is a 180 degree change with the paint. Aren't you lucky your DH decided to get it painted? LOL. Men!!!
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    I love your sewing room. I would give almost anything to have a room like that. I envy your room, not to take from you, but to have a room like that.
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    QandE it is a Babylock Crown Jewell on the Grace Majestic frame. It is set up for 10'. I bought Ms. Kate last May so she is 10 months old....The Crown Jewell is made by Handiquilter and is the twin to the Avante. I am really happy with her and have fun quilting with her.


    Quote Originally Posted by QandE2010 View Post
    Kacy, what is the make & model of your long arm? Love your whole room. Boy it is a 180 degree change with the paint. Aren't you lucky your DH decided to get it painted? LOL. Men!!!
    Kacy from OK

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    Love the blue - so calm and serene.
    Quilting makes me happy!..

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    What a beautiful room and set up.

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    Very nice sewing area. Looks so well organized.
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    Looks very nice and relaxing. Sue

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    Very nice...but I even like the knotty pine. It brings back memories of my childhood home. My dad
    loved knotty pine.

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    Very nice and organized, too!

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    What a beautiful space you've created!
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    Love the redo. Does look calming.

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    Nice sewing room. Really like the color and the cover you made for your featherweight!

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    I want a sewing room
    Januari Rhodes
    26" Innova, LS, Pantovision, all on a 14' Frame

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    like it, love it

    What is there not to like. I am drooling with envy over the equipment and organization. You will spend many happy hours in that room.
    You are not getting any younger, so go and try it now and enlarge your world.

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    It looks great. Enjoy it.

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    Look great.

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    Wow, I love your sewing room, great job and thanks for sharing with all of us
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    Oh I love your blue ... oh so calming and oh so nice...
    Love it!
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    How inspiring! Absolutely beautiful! I am looking at commercial embroidery machines, what kind have do you have and what are the pros and cons?
    Cindy

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    We have the same wood in my laundry/sewing room & in one of the bedrooms. I have so wanted to get rid of it but everytime I even mention it to friends or family, I get told "NO", it's too beautiful. I have looked at it for 8 yrs now & am tired of it. I am going to show my hubby your pics & show him it can be done!
    Thanks for sharing & your room is just beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Got Quilts View Post
    How inspiring! Absolutely beautiful! I am looking at commercial embroidery machines, what kind have do you have and what are the pros and cons?
    I have a Janome MB4 and Janome 350e. I love them both but really use the 350e the most. I only wish the MB4 had the cap hoop like the brother or babylock. Other than that they are both great machines.
    Kacy from OK

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    Nice pleasant room to sew in.

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    Quote Originally Posted by barb55 View Post
    I love your sewing room. I would give almost anything to have a room like that. I envy your room, not to take from you, but to have a room like that.
    My grandmother used to say, "I wish I had your room and you had something even better." She never wanted to covet, your comment reminded me of my grandmother.

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    That knotty pine sure does bring back memories of my childhood...Mrs. Anderson's house; the 4D Ranch House and as well, our very first home as newly weds had a bedroom of knotty pine. I would have had a very hard time painting over that wood. Your room looks very nice though.

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    That is such a lovely, soothing color! I think the knotty pine is lovely as far as the texture of the wood goes, but I agree, it can be so dark and dreary. You have really freshened up the look of the room and now it just looks so bright and fresh - wish I could sit and sew a spell there!
    Sheila N.

    When Thomas Edison invented the light bulb, he tried over 2000 experiments before he got it to work. A young reporter asked him how it felt to fail so many times. He said, "I never failed once. I invented the light bulb. It just happened to be a 2000 step process."

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