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New Cabinets and cleaned up quilting room

Old 03-17-2012, 01:39 PM
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Default New Cabinets and cleaned up quilting room

I bought 2 new kitchen cabinets at Home Depot and my brother helped me to put tops on them. One with a used kitchen island cabinet which I use for cutting and pressing. The other has a plywood top he cut to size and then secured the tracks for my HandiQuilter. Both are on wheels so I can easily move them to the walls or out in the center where the light is better. LOVE them and being able to move them for cleaning and better use.

Photos include my quilting assistants who accompany me to the out-building where I have my quilting room. I love my space and am grateful every day for it. Some day when I think I have earned the right, I am going to call it my quilting studio...
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Old 03-17-2012, 01:42 PM
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Oh, I think you have earned the right!! Nice set up!
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Old 03-17-2012, 02:33 PM
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I'd be calling it my quilting palace right now! Great quilting area and cupboards.
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Old 03-17-2012, 02:36 PM
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So much space, and all the cabinets for organization. I agree, it looks like a quilting palace. Enjoy the space.
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That looks like a beautiful setup! It is definitely a wonderful studio space!
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Great area. Yippee for you!
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Old 03-17-2012, 02:50 PM
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HELP! I finally got started. Right now I have my quilting table in my bedroom so it is out of the way and most of my (former) sewing room cleaned out, I finally looked into the room I'm moving my sewing room into. Yee gads. I've got more stuff in there than I thought I had in my house. I need encouragement, lots of it. It looks like this will never get finished.
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How many quilting buddies do you have? I think I counted 4??? Beautiful studio. You are lucky to have so much room.
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That is a neat quilting studio.
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That looks GREAT!! It looks like you have LOTS of wonderful helpers/supervisors! HAVE FUN!!
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