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Thread: My Dream Sewing Studio

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    Senior Member thebossbab's Avatar
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    What a pleasant looking room to work in!

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    Oh I could work in there.

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    WOW! Nice!!

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    Wow! That is Heaven! I love your room with everything you need right there. Great lighting & the view is fantastic. Bet it is even prettier in the summer. Happy retirement & have lots of fun quilting!

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    Where is my bed? I can't move in if there is no where to sleep....

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    Quote Originally Posted by sylviak
    What a great room! My stuff is spread out through two bedrooms (minus the beds) and one walk-in closet. However, that will soon change. We're going to purchase a "storage shed"---a large one--- and fix it up as my sewing/quilting studio. It will have windows and I will have a view of the pasture! I will also be able to get everything out of my bedrooms so they can become bedrooms again and my closet will go back to being a closet. It won't be as spacious as your beautiful area, but I'm looking forward to it. Retirement is great! Good luck with your nursing.
    I hope your room "shed" will be "conditioned". My sewing room (outbuilding) was built about 6 years ago, but I only use it seasonally as it is neither heated or cooled. I think it can be unpleasant to have to have all but that feature in your hobby room. I find I don't spend nearly the time there that I'd like to. I hope you get that all figured out early on. Best wishes, Cathy

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    I agree with where is the coffee pot. I love that fact that you can look out at the lake while your quilting.

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    What a wonderful room - and that view!!!

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    One can tell you took the time to really plan this one out with all the little creature comforts and "quilty" details. This is a beautiful room with what seems like an even more beautiful view. Here's to wishing you many happy, creative hours in there.

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    So so so so so so jealous. What a wonderful space to create and be. Have fun. Think the friend space is a fabulous idea.

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