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Thread: My Sewing Room

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    Senior Member Luv2sew4fun's Avatar
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    It's not fancy, but it works!!!

    Knitting Machine on Wal Mart Sewing Table
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    My Grandmother's old sewing desk. I added the lift.
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    Looks like a nice space. Thanks for sharing!

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    It looks like a place where you could have lots of fun :thumbup:

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    Lovely sewing room, so is the quilt on your frame, can't wait to see that either. :D

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    Wonderful sewing room. Bet you spend lots of time in there!

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    What a great space. That Wal Mart sewing table looks just like mine. Did you have some kind of pattern for the quilting frame. It looks great.

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    I am coveting your thread.

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    You have an awesome sewing room :D:D:D

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    Not shabby, either. I think it looks real good. Love that cabinet with all the drawers.

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    WOW -- I love it!!! :thumbup:

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    nice room ...How wide is your long arm.

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    What a great room!
    Can i come and play?

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    Wow so much thread !! and so many fat quarters... I have a tall shelving unit and another pull our drawers of fabric. I don't store much.. I forget what I have I like to use it up. There are so mnay good storage ideas here !!

    Old stretched nine patch for sale
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    THis quilt is for sale. any reasonable offers accepted ..it is just the top
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    Where did you get the lift to put on you GM s desk. I want one of these. I cant afford an expensive sewing machine cabinet, But I do have a cabinet that a lift could be put on. I like your sewing room. All neat.

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    I am impressed, I want to know why I can't get my space organized!

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    Great space.

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    Very nice sewing space!

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    Your room looks wonderful and I love the thread racks too. I don't have that much yet.

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    Great space!!

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    Very nice room. I have a sew cabinet from Wal Mart like that, others have them just like it but, cost is more for them. Nice looking quilt also. :thumbup: :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    great room. :thumbup: :thumbup:

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    can i move in!!!!! I sure wish i could get mine to look like that. Can't see my floor right now but i'm heading in there. Need to clear out some of the junk i don't use.

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    I didn't have any kind of pattern for the frame.... I just kind of made it up as I went along. It's on a 6ft foldable table. It breaks down so I can use the table when company comes.

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    Senior Member Luv2sew4fun's Avatar
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    Here is the finished quilt. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by *QuilterWannabee*
    Not shabby, either. I think it looks real good. Love that cabinet with all the drawers.
    I bought the house “As Is” . It was in the basement all moldy… It cleaned up well!

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