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Date: 9/25/12 2:30 PM

Well, here is my new closet sewing room.Excuse the kind of blurry pics.I think I need a new camera.
My link http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/album/583441413YKVqDn

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Date: 9/25/12 4:42 PM

It's a very similar arrangement to my closet sewing room. Hi Five there, closet buddy!


What sort of doors do you have on your closet? Or do you? I took mine off so as to let the stash spread out But I'd had the ironing board stored on the back of it so then it was a bit of a problem to find space for it.

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Date: 9/25/12 4:51 PM

What an incredible use of space! I'm curious to find out just how big your closet is and if you've taken off the doors.

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Date: 9/25/12 5:11 PM

Well,to respond to both your questions,I have a 10ft long closet and I only have 2 doors and one of them slides behind the first one .I took off the other two because they were not even attached to the top.It's a very high closet with 2 shelves on the top(not shown )where I keep bed linens ,towels,some clothes,etc.Also,I have a space to the right where I have shelves to store clothes and more sheets .To the left where that mirrored door is I store my fabric stash in bins.Yeah,more fabric,lol!

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Date: 9/25/12 10:36 PM

Here's a direct link to your Sewing Closet

Nice job!!! I don't have a sewing room or even a closet!!! You really managed to fit alot into your space!

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Date: 9/26/12 9:26 AM

That's a really great use of space!!! Thank you for sharing with us, you've given me some ideas with the hooks and little cabinet hung on the wall!

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Date: 9/26/12 10:28 AM

I used to have a computer desk in a closet... never thought about a sewing machine, but that's really clever, and you've managed to fit so much in there!

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Date: 10/7/12 5:46 PM

Hi! I also used a walk in closet in a spare bedroom to make a sewing room. My stepfather helped me build an extra set of shelves and a desk. I keep the ironing board in the spare bedroom because it takes up too much room in the sewing room.

my closet sewing room

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