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December 15, 2010


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Thanks for the tour! You are very organized, Elaray. I like your space a lot.


Awesome sewing area! I admire your restrained fabric stash and self-made cutting table.


Good tour. I like how positive she was in making the most of her space. I'm curious about the cutting board. I'm new to attempting garment sewing and the board on her door looks like an extra long one.

Mimi O

Very nice utilization of a small space. Kudos to you on your table! I too have a daughter who completed college last year...I thought the room would now be mine...set everything up then....

She returns periodically which has caused me to pack my space up and store it down cellar. For now...I'm sewing in the living room due to the bed having to be set up again in her room.

...some day I'll have that space. ;-)


The table over the bed is just brilliant! I, too, have the smallest room and have to keep a bed in it. What a great alternative to cutting on the floor!


Thank you so much for this artilce. I have a broken babylock and you were saying you couldn't sew without it. I am thinking of repairing it now. This was great information for a new sewer like myself!


I love hollow core doors and I really like your creative use of one for a cutting area. I currently have one set on top of 2 filing cabinets to hold 2 of my sewing machines. We will be moving soon and I expect that I will be purchasing another to expand my sewing area even more.


Very nice.


A table over the bed -- very clever! What great use of the space; I'm so impressed!


Very interesting - I love the way you have organised your Burda patterns and the cutting table is ingenious!

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