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    You have a nice room there Karla!!!
    You certainly have beautiful creations coming out of there on a regular basis!!

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    Nice ... small is ok ... better than not having a room at all. It is hard when you have to pick everything up and put it all away every time.

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    Nice ... small is ok ... better than not having a room at all. It is hard when you have to pick everything up and put it all away every time.

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    Nice Stash!!!! Bravo!!!! My kinda girl!!! :lol: :lol:

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    What a wonderful sewing room. I am envious.

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    Mine is twice that size but oh so much more cluttered!!!
    I don't let it get too cluttered--or I can't stay organized. I pulled everything out today to clean--as in dust it thoroughly. Hubby vacuums and is afraid to go in there. :lol: I try to spot check it, but a few times a year, it needs to be nearly bare to be cleaned.

    I thing if I had a bigger room it'd tend to get more cluttered because I could--there's no room to allow that to happen here.

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    Great room. Love that it's off the kitchen. But I think you need more fabric :!: :lol:

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    Love how you have everything organized yet easily accessible. Isn't the Guttermann thread great? Hubby got me that thread collection for Christmas too! Nina (my machine) likes it best too! what type of machine do you have?

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    Great sewing room, I'm envious!!!

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    Having a space just for our quilting is so fabulous! You have a warm and inviting workspace to enjoy. Lucky You!

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    OMG i wish i had that much fabric, i would be having a lot of fun, i am jealous, lucky you

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    It's so great to be able to dedicate a space for sewing. I am totally impressed with your thread (you have them all!) and your fabric and fabric strips. I think you are ready for anything. Your quilt on the ironing board is great.

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    Thank you for the tour! I like it!

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    Very pretty sewing room!!! I love how you have everything so organized :D:D:D

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    love the ladders that are holding all the strips. Nancy Zieman does that in her sewing studio. Nice stacks of fabrics and love the blues and the black and whites.... Very nice... wish mine was that clean.

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    Very nice.

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    what type of machine do you have?
    Babylock Quest. After having an old Singer--I found this machine to be quite temperamental, but I finally figure out what she wanted and I give it to her. The tension can get a bit funky at times... other than that I love it.

    I am totally impressed with your thread (you have them all!)
    Yeah... I had lots of other thread, but had to redo everything. Since I kept going to the store to get more, once I discovered what worked, it made sense to get this display. It was so much cheaper than buying it other wise. I usually only use about 5 different colors, but now I can play. :lol: Although, it's so pretty, I hate to use any. :-D

    OMG i wish i had that much fabric, i would be having a lot of fun
    I do have lots of fun with it! :-D It's really grown in the past few years as I've played with buying now that I can. But, now it's time to sew it all into something. There is another package on the way... but I've sold some quilts lately to cover costs for a while. Space is the issue now. I'm trying to be good... it just doesn't last long enough. And I just redid the color ideas on a design I made--so it needed colors I didn't have. :roll:

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    Looks lovely Karla! And now I know what to do with the couple of wooden ladders we have laying out in the barn, that came with the house! :-D

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    Great organizing Karla! I'm actually just plain ole jealous of your stash. I wanna come play in it! Especially since I love your taste in fabrics!!! :-D :-D

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    sandpat--I just noticed the wooden running horse hanging in there doesn't show in the photos... I love it. I'll have to get photos of the horse stuff I squeezed in there to show you. :wink:

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    Would love to see it Karla!

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    wow Im drooling to all that thread and fabric,amazing

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    What a great stash! I love your sewing room. It is nice to see how others organize their sewing rooms. Isn't it funny how we sewers can make a sewing room out of any room in the house. Just give me a room with a window. My sewing room is the living room in our house and the extra bedroom is the living room.

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    What an enchanting work space....Wow, you are one organised woman who can still maintain that warm, homely feeling. I take my hat off to you!

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    :) wow

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