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Thread: Thought I did good?!

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    Senior Member roguequilter's Avatar
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    hi..yeah, i think ya done real good! it is difficult to keep a small space neat & organized looking. i am an "place for everything, & everything in it's place type person". but have never had a large space for all the "stuff" i needed for knitting supplies, clothing fabric/patterns, embroidery (hand) & then quilting came along lol.

    btw...i love the quote at bottom of your comment box by onalee rose. have tried doing search, come up w old cemetary records etc, but nothing about the person or the writings of. where can i find some info & read more of what this person wrote? thanks.
    the rogue quilter - in from wandering in the sun and snow with camera in hand.

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    I think it looks great, a sewing area has to be an area that you can be comfortable in. I agree the longer you live there the more you will be able to settle in. In the meantime, go sew and enjoy.

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    Nice space, I am currently working on my space.
    Happy Sewing, Lisa E.
    Don't Cry Because It Is Over, Smile Because it Happened, Dr. Seuss

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    I am working on my space too. You have a nice space. If you feel like I do, when I get stressed out, I go to my sewing area, and it feels like my sanctuary.
    "Sometimes it's OK if the only thing you did today was breathe."
    Good friends are right there with you.

    Susan

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    Cool workspace and lots of fantastic stuff. You, my dear fellow quilter are a minimalist compared to me.

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    Thanks for sharing. Hope you had time to sew and enjoy over the holidays.

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    Quote Originally Posted by buslady View Post
    Actually, it is "raspberry". It is a 1896 Singer Industrial in the most awsome sewing table I have ever seen. I paid $15 for her and DH and I cleaned her up. I still have to put the tension discs back on, then will see if she sews. For now she just sits there and looks pretty.

    ....and pretty she does look!!! Wow I love that color.
    I have just gotten into collecting old vintage machines....I have a 25.00 1948 Singer to thank for that new obsession.
    Yes I agree that is a great cubby.
    Dee Lowe
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