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Thread: Update on Re-do of craft room

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    Senior Member Rubesgirl's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chigger Holler Quilter View Post
    Your room looks awesome...just some open space is inspiring!
    Do you work on glass as well as quilt? Just wondering what your 2nd (wonderful work space is used for)
    Yes, I've been working with glass for about 12 years now and that is what the other space is for. A friend built all that for me years ago and when I moved into this house (nearly 9 years ago, now), I brought it with me. My DH set everything up just as I wanted it. Now all my quilting stuff is in there too, but enough separated that I don't have to worry about glass particles getting on the fabrics. I'll post a couple photos of my glass work on the section of the board that is anything but quilting. Thanks for asking! Wendy
    Wendy in VA

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    That's a very nice room. Looks like you have plenty of space. Your Rocketeer and cabinet are lovely.

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    Your craft room is great. I love the cabinet housing your Singer and the sewing chair at the white table is great. Looks retro!

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    Very organized!... You have a beautiful room. So happy for you!
    Country 1

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    Oh!! Isn't it amazing how much labor and energy it takes to do every single thing?! And the domino effect is never ending....so that when we see photos of your wonderful space, we don't see all of the moving of beds, going to the attic multiple times.....energy, energy, energy..... I think this is fabulous. You will enjoy this space so much.....congratulations!
    Kathy Bonafede in Colorado

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