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Thread: Sewing Room Make over

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    Junior Member Lioness3xs's Avatar
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    Oh to have an outside window beside my sewing table to see the outside world while I'm enjoying my indoor space. Lovely.
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    Quote Originally Posted by parrynj View Post
    Love your room. I have the same knotty pine walls in my basement and on a porch. Would love to paint over it but my husband is horrified at the idea. What is it about men and painting over wood? lol

    Nancy
    DH felt the same way about our den wood walls. I told him he should have married a woman who liked wood walls. The walls were painted and looks great. DH now tells other guys the wood looks better painted. Really after the painting was started he realized he didn't care as much about the wood look as he thought he did.
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    I love the wall of family pictures! And the blue paint is so serene. I love your room!

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    Love, love love it and the quilt is georgeous

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    Your room looks great! What machine are you using on your Handi-quilter frame?

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    Gorgeous! love the color

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    Sewing area

    I want to come and play in your sewing area.....it is beautiful and everything has it's place. Great job
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    Love the calming look. My kitchen has the knotty pine and I want to paint it, but DH does not like to paint wood
    After 2 years with the same signature I have been requested to remove it. Bye

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    O Wow that is really nice, and that black and white quilt looks really great in there, LOL, love tom
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    Thanks Tommye. Now I have a pretty place to finish your quilts. You need to come out and sew with me sometime.



    Quote Originally Posted by ladyredhawk View Post
    O Wow that is really nice, and that black and white quilt looks really great in there, LOL, love tom
    Kacy from OK

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    Nice room.. Mine is in bins in my attic. Going to vmove soon so I hope to get it more accesable.

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    Beautiful room! I agree the blue/green is wonderfully soothing/calming. My quilting room is a finished basement with dark wood paneling on the bottom of the walls (chair rail height) and I have often thought of painting it. Did you use a special primer or have to sand it first to paint it? That's what I always read when I Ggoogle the process and it seems a daunting task. But you have inspired me!

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    Love it! May you enjoy every minute in it.

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    What is there not to love? The stash is wonderful too! Now I need to get to work.

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    Looks like this is a great place to play in.

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