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    Senior Member jamh's Avatar
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    This is my little heaven on earth! My daughter has got in the sewing mood too! So I had to post her spot to! I love that I can pass it on to her!! Yes I cleaned up for the photo!! hehehehe! So feel free to post your sewing area here too! You want be blamed for thread stealing! lol!

    This is my little area!
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    Kbugs little area!!
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    very nice space....I'm jealous.....lol

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    Very nice! I would have to clean up before posting anything! And that ani't happening today!

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    nothing is more inspiring than a clean white wall, don't you think?
    It is like a magnet for putting all sorts of quilty colors up for display.
    Good luck on that clean part ... when we start working, we really do have a way of spreading the "wealth", don't we? LOL
    I like your sewing room. Thank you for sharing.
    and, since I won't be stealing your thread, I will show my room for sewing the size changes as I need more "room".

    Don't forget I have forty acres to spread out on if I really need to - - which is where I store my stash ... LOL
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    lol this rooms is never clean(just for the pic) and now that kbug is in there with me wow i cant say them words on here! lol the walls are just great to pin and tape my ideas and blocks on to get a better look at! Enjoy

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    OMG!! :D Your sewing room is
    to die for. I can just see you
    working in that great space.
    Thank you for sharing!!
    :D :D :D :D

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    You don't need a picture of my sewing room. It's a sway backed card table and a cheapie Wal-mart machine crammed in a corner. I am thinking of upgrading the table to one that doesn't jump when I sew fast.

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    Very nice.

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    Hi Jam a pic of my sewing room. I have made a few changes since them but not much different.
    Hard to keep that area clean once you creative juices start flowing :lol: :lol:

    You have a nice room :thumbup: :thumbup: Where is you stash? Need a pic of that :wink: :wink:

    Bebe's sewing room
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    Bebe..............I need a few of those shoe catties for my stuff. It would also be good for separating quilt pieces. Thanks for the idea. I am finishing up on a building for my upholstery work so my sewing area can be devoted just to my quilting and clothing stock.

    Barb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter
    You don't need a picture of my sewing room. It's a sway backed card table and a cheapie Wal-mart machine crammed in a corner. I am thinking of upgrading the table to one that doesn't jump when I sew fast.
    I thought I had the only table that did that... well until mine broke...then I upgraded...

    Love your sewing space...I wish I had the hardwood floors.. carpet is such a bother somedays..

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    That is my goal, to have a room like yours. So for now I'm just taking up our dining room table. I like your room!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SulaBug
    OMG!! :D Your sewing room is
    to die for. I can just see you
    working in that great space.
    Thank you for sharing!!
    :D :D :D :D
    Sulabug, why don't you show off your sewing room, it's very nice too.

    Sis in Oregon :D

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    What a great space and I love that you have room for your KBug. May I ask what frame is that and the machine too? I would love to have enough room for that! Thanks for sharing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisa_wanna_b_quilter
    You don't need a picture of my sewing room. It's a sway backed card table and a cheapie Wal-mart machine crammed in a corner. I am thinking of upgrading the table to one that doesn't jump when I sew fast.
    Wow, that almost sounds like my sewing area. All my spare rooms are full of kids and DGDs beds so it's the dining room. But it works for me and I have fun there. My stash is stacked in totes in my tiny bedroom, but it brings sweet dreams because it's the last thing I see at night and the first thing I see in the morning.

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    What great sewing rooms!!! I love them both!!! :D :D :D

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    very very nice :D

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    Very nice!! Is that a clothes hamper on the left? What do you keep in there?

    I have a nice area that is part of a 20x20 room. Since we don't have a basement, that is the storage room...xmas decorations, blankets, junk(!). But being upstairs, it gets kinda lonely sometimes.

    Those of you who don't have a nice, big area - my mom has a friend in her 70s who puts her machine on a footstool and she sits on the floor and zooms away!!! We use whatever works!

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    Very nice! thanks for cleaning it! lol

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    Nice quilting room. Wish I had that much space. And it is so clean.

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    Great room---but where is your "stash"?

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    luv ur room !!!!

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    Yes it a very old clothes hamper!! its full of blue jean fabric from my ex`s pants! lol!!! and it a handi quilterII it was a 12 footer but we had to shortin it down, it can be let out by just adding a leaf to the table!! and the machine is my moms old brother, it works when it want too!! One day i WILL own a longarm!! I hope! Now my stash!!! let see if the pic does it justice!!!
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    agggrrrr!! it want let me turn the pic! hope its ok!!!

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    Jamh, I love your sewing room!! Tell me about your setup for quilting. That's not a long arm, so I was curious about this setup. I can't buy a longarm, but I might manage something like this. Also, include in the information, if you are happy with this quilting setup.

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