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    Very nice.

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    Looks great. I love the way your son cut the hole in the table to sit the machine in it. Great job.

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    Wonderful set up. Great to have elves to make it all happen

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    A great idea! I like it
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    Love your sewing room! You are so fortunate to have such a helpful son!

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    Doesn't your son want to do an African tour? It is summer here now! Enjoy the 'new' room.

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    what a great area and don't you just love your Janome?

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    He did a nice job on that table, good idea.

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    what a sweetheart! he made your sewing table. that is so great of him to do that. bake him a cake :-)
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    That looks wonderful .They did great job.Happy sewing

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    Oho, that is very clever! I see he drilled a hole for your knee lift. I'll have to remember that one. Ikea is such a great place for affordable furniture, and you sure put these pieces to good use. Now, if Ikea was smart, they would start offering sewing tables.

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    Oh, I wanted to comment on the paintings. They are lovely!! I like the clothesline especially. Did you paint them yourself?
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    wow, that's fantastic. you are deff blessed to have someone who has the skill and talent to do that for you. Enjoy.
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    Looks like that was the ticket.How nice to have such handy son.

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    Great son. I love your new sewing set-up. Looks like it makes it easy for you to get to now. Think I might need to show it to my dh. Thanks for sharing.

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    Your son did a great job. Isn't it great to have an organized room? Mine is usally organized, but right now it could use a little help.
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    Looks great! What a wonderful son; you obviously did a great job raising him! : )
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    What a great son to do that for you! (And he ain't bad lookin' either! LOL)

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    Wow, really nice! and, he's smiling while he's working! Can I ask what kind of shelf and how he mounted it under the machine for support, and also what type saw and blade he used to cut the hole out? I want to do the same type of thing with a kitchen counter I have built into my sewing room. I love the idea of rolling the other table behind for more support! I don't have room for anything like that. He did a wonderful job on the floor too, just beautiful!
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    What a great son, to help you get organized, looks really good to me.
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    Congratulations.... you are blessed to have a carpenter in the family.
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    You have such a beautiful room! My sewing room is the dining room table. However, my daughter is moving out this weekend and I have big plans for her room! Thanks for the inspiration :-)

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    Lovely room to have fun in.

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    what a great job your son did with the table for your machine!

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    Great room. I think I ma have to try dropping my machine down too. Great idea
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