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Old 07-12-2011, 07:18 AM
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Thanx CraftyBear.. & Everyone for sharing your *fun-places*!! :D
Love seeing all the wonderful rooms and pick up clever
ideas/tips to have better sewing rooms! :D
Mine is still a UFO .. :D
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Old 07-12-2011, 11:41 AM
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Originally Posted by lalaland
My sewing room.
WOW!!!!! Just look at all the goodies!!!!! Yep!!!! You're so right about every sewing room needing a helper. However, I must say that it looks like your helper is either sleeping on the job or just plum tuckered out by all the hard work!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Old 07-12-2011, 11:43 AM
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Originally Posted by Opal Jane
My quilting room started in a small bedroom, I out grew that and moved into a larger bedroom, then we finished our basement and I moved down there. This is the final move.
Lovely space!!! Looks like Opal is trying to decide on which project to start next!!!! :D :D
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Old 07-12-2011, 11:44 AM
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Originally Posted by moosegirl
You ladies are too neat, creativity needs chaos....
the funny thing is - I always know where everything is until I attempt to clean up-then I can't find a thing. Moosegirl
Well, Moosegirl if you ever come up missing, we'll know where to look for you!!!!! :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: I refer to spaces like that as "organized chaos!" :thumbup: :thumbup:
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Old 10-20-2011, 01:58 PM
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My sewing room. But I'm drooling over all of your's let me tell ya! We just move a year ago into a forclosure and I haven't got everything done the way I want to yet. But I will.....

more stash
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machines 1 & 2 and threads
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cutting space
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cupboard full of stuff
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Old 10-20-2011, 02:20 PM
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Here are pictures of my sewing room. I don't think there is a free spot left.

my cutting station is a dresser in the corner of the room
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Ironing is on top of my 15-125 sewing machine
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I have a 6' table where I sew on my Brother & a Juki with a frame.
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Old 10-20-2011, 02:37 PM
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Let me go hunt some pics :-)

stash cabinet
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shelving
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cutting/ironing table
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Old 10-20-2011, 03:11 PM
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Our very messy sewing room. We do all our cutting, and most of our fabric is stored in, an adjacent, much larger room which is also our online store, but I can't show pictures of that or I'll get spanked by the mods. :)

[img]http://www.sierranevadaquilters.com/pics/sewroom1.jpg[/img]

Cindy's Viking Designer1, Accuquilt Studio Cutter.

[img]http://www.sierranevadaquilters.com/pics/sewroom2.jpg[/img]

Viking Megaquilter 9" on Grace frame.
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Old 10-20-2011, 03:27 PM
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My sewing room doubles as a guest room. I was most proud when we came up with the "Redneck Wall Bed" because to purchase a REAL wall bed was WAY out of our price range. .

#1. - We c-clamped the the iron header to the wall and removed the bed frame.

#2. I secure the mattress/box spring to the wall with a wide sash...and put 2 flannel backed table cloths over them (secured on with safety pins).

#3. That makes a nice design wall. When company shows up... I remove the flannel covering... roll up the projects on it, drop the bed back down onto cinder blocks. My table is collapsible.. and it works out just fine. I have had more then one over night guest admit to reading my quilting books half the night...

Various photos of the room... and last but not least... the room can be transformed back into a small but cozy guest room in under an hour. It's been perfect for our limited space.
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Iron Header
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Mattress/boxsprings tied on easily
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Flannel Wall bed...(Mattress and boxspring are now my design wall.
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Cutting area
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There are tubs in the upper compartments now
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Sewing area...
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VOILLA! When company shows up the bed is lowered from the wall, and made up. Cutting table is folded down.. and all is well.
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Old 10-20-2011, 04:15 PM
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Originally Posted by Highmtn
My sewing room doubles as a guest room. I was most proud when we came up with the "Redneck Wall Bed" because to purchase a REAL wall bed was WAY out of our price range. .

#1. - We c-clamped the the iron header to the wall and removed the bed frame.

#2. I secure the mattress/box spring to the wall with a wide sash...and put 2 flannel backed table cloths over them (secured on with safety pins).

#3. That makes a nice design wall. When company shows up... I remove the flannel covering... roll up the projects on it, drop the bed back down onto cinder blocks. My table is collapsible.. and it works out just fine. I have had more then one over night guest admit to reading my quilting books half the night...

Various photos of the room... and last but not least... the room can be transformed back into a small but cozy guest room in under an hour. It's been perfect for our limited space.
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That's a pretty amazing transformation! A very cozy guest room and a very efficient sewing room. Good for you!!
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