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The sewing room it took 30 years to get

Apr 09, 2014
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My special, creative space

This room has been converted for all of my projects; sewing; knitting & crochet; jewelry making.  Primarily sewing.  One photo shows some of the arrangement, drawers and shelves labeled, books organized by subject, fabric by project and/or person intended.  Love this room!!  In the long view, you can see my Sailrite industrial sewing machine.  Workhorse that handles heavy textiles.

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  1. user-3059980 May 27th

    How do you like your Sailrite? I have a Juki industrial that works great but the motor is by nature noisy. I prefer to use my commercial Singer just because of the noise factor.

    Congratulations on your room! I too am enjoying a room that took me a long time to get!

  2. Looks great very organized. I will share mine.

  3. User avater TwilightStorm April 10th

    Love your room! Congratulations on getting everything super organized as well! Someday I will have a dedicated craft den instead of working off the kitchen table in most cases! :)

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