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Thread: My sewing/craftroom

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    Wonderful space and all yours!

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    That is a great room. The valance is my favorite part of it. Thanks for sharing.

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    Very nice sewing room, and your valance is so cute!

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    Your valance is amazing! I must say that my OCDness (yes I made up a word) absolutely ADORES your organization :-)

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    Thanks! I should have taken a before picture or the inside of the closet! It won't stay this neat for long.

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    Great space. Your valance is terrific :thumbup:

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    Ditto to all that has been said. Lovin it!

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    I love the way you used the beautiful baskets in your organization of your space. The see through hanging thingie on the door is genious and your valance is adorable!
    Thanks for sharing!

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    Great room and I also love your valance!!

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    I love the valance and the quilt block on the wall - great ideas! (I may borrow them, k?) What a nice work room!

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    the one thing I miss is a TV in my room....would have to get second receiver....maybe someday

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    Fantastic sewing space & baskets! I love the valance treatment!! What a great place to spend all your time!

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    looks good I also have a cricut they are fun.

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    cool, thanks for sharing!

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    I love the quilt block painted on the wall. What a creative thing to do. Wish I had an open wall now. My only walls are covered with hanging quilts. I like those too.

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    A very nice organized space! Bright and welcoming.

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    Thanks for sharing your amazing space. Very welcoming and creative..took me a while to work out what a hoosier was..what a great piece and is perfect for your area.

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    Oh I do sooo like your room :D The hoosier brought back memories of my grandmothers kitchen. Absolutely adore the valance :D :D

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    Beautiful craftroom. Love the valance

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    Your sewing room is so roomy! Very nice!

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    Love the old cabinet! I still have one like it but never thought of using it in sewing room.
    You have a lovely room.

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    Love your valance...do you mind if I use your idea?

    Sure would help with depleting the stash.

    Room is great...

    maryJane

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    How did you make that wonderful valance!??? Please give instructions - including how many strips you needed.

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    Really nice room, and I love the idea for the valance. Think I will do that in my utility-stash room.

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    Thanks everyone. You're welcome to use any of the things you see. I got them from things I seen on the internet or in magazines. I moved the hoosier in because it was in the garage and my sister said if I didn't find a better use for it she would take it. Ha! It really holds a lot of things. My brother use to live in a house that had a Holly Hobbie girl painted on the wall. I always wanted to do something like that so I thought a quilt block was appropriate for the room (and a lot easier). For the valance I used 4.5 x 15 inch strips. I did buy some fabric because I wanted them all to be different. I bought 1/8 yd and cut 2-4.5 x 15 strips (I made 2 valances).

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