Friday, December 9, 2011

Catching Threads... (Giveaway!)

Sunday, Blog Hop Party with Give-AwaysDecember 18, 2011



UPDATE:  I Have a WINNER!!!
It's YOU, DEB!!
Another UPDATE:
Deb's prize made it to the other side of the world from here: Australia!! Happy Quilting, Deb!

Thanks to all of you for playing along with the Quilter's Gallery Blog Hop Party!

Deb at Frog Cottage said...


"I took over the study...plenty of shelves to store the endless supply of fabric that keeps turning up in my doorstep!!!!  Not sure where it comes from hehehehe"


Hope you enjoy your new Thread-Catcher, Merry Christmas!

Thanks to everyone who stopped by and left a comment!  I so loved reading about all your sewing and quilting spaces and places!  (Very inspiring... and entertaining!)  What we quilters go through for our craft! 


Hoping you get all of your quilty projects done in time for Christmas!
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Quilted up the last of my adorable "Nice Threads" Alexander Henry fabric to make more KITS for this handy Thread-Catcher/Pincushion.  It's so cute in my sewing room (ah, I mean "studio" - that sounds so much more professional, haha!) 

And I just happen to have one extra kit to giveaway...  ☺  'Tis the Season, after all!

I'm joining over 200 quilters, giving away goodies on Quilter's Gallery Blog Hop Party, December 10th through the 17th.  Be sure to hop on over! 


To win: 
1) Become a follower/subscriber of my blog/leave a note to let me know you're already following along.
2) Leave a comment and tell me something about your sewing space. 
Random.org will choose my winner on Dec. 18th.  Be sure I have a way of contacting you!


Happy Quilting!
 

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131 comments:

  1. Am I really the first??? OOOO, how exciting. The day after our son moved out, I moved my sewing room into his old room! Yes, I know, it's a stereotype but it's a true!!

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  2. My sewing space is in my sunroom next to the sliding glass door - so I can see my flowers and the sunlight, however, I can sure use a thread catcher cause I've got little threads and snips of fabric all over the rug!!! Thanks for the chance to win such a nice giveaway!

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  3. My sewing room is a sewing corner in the basement recreation room...custom-designed by my wonderful hubby with cupboards, shelves, and a large sewing table made just for me! For Christmas, he is making me another set of shelves so I can be even more organized! Love my space!

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  4. Thanks to Google Reader, I've been following your blog for a while now. My sewing space is easily explained. Imagine a very small space, where - due to an unexplained incident - a mountain of fabrics, batting, stuffing, buttons, thread, pins and needles has been now lives. I swear to you I have no idea where it all comes from! To see proof, check out my blog!

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  5. Have been a follower for some time. Really enjoy your blog. The giveaway is great. My sewing space is anywhere I can find room to set up a card table. I stay with my elderly mom when I am not working and there isn't a lot of room for all my sewing stuff.

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  6. My sewing space is a little corner in the bedroom used by my grandchildren, when they visit. We call the bedroom the monkey room and it is fun to look around at all the toys and drawings

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  7. My sewing area....Is the kitchen table. When my daughter moved out in '05, I was going to claim her room as my sewing room, but it has become a store room instead.

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  8. My sewing space is a corner of our basement family room - the corner form which I can see the whole room. I don't have a lot of furniture but I use an old computer armoir to store most of my stuff. When I need to break it all it down for the holidays, one of my machines tucks away in the CPU cubby.

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  9. My sewing space is half of a house and a small upstairs bedroom for extra storage!! I'm very lucky to have all that space!

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  10. My sewing space is actually the "office" according to the house plans. I've been slowly getting it arranged/organized just "so" and I love it! (would kill for better lighting though--sadly, I'm not sure that's an option.)

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  11. I have a sewing room. It is fairly small so my sewing creeps out into other spaces, like one of the spare bedrooms. But the sewing room is a nice bright cheerful room and it is all my space!

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  12. How fun! I can't wait for all of the giveaways.
    Thanks for a chance to win. I really need one of these.

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  13. My sewing studio, actually a room but CA told us that it sounds better to use studio, is the largest bedroom in my house. Problem is that I am outgrowing it so my DH is planning on a 32 by 32 studio attached to the house.

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  14. my sewing space is new to me and while small had everything I needed but now its got a gracie queen frame in there it's a bit cramped, but my DH is building a room just for the frame when we continue to renovate our barn so Im getting a *frame room* so that I get more room in my sewing space...lovely hubby

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  15. my craft room is a very small back room in my 'cottage', but i put together all these cupboards and made desks and shelves around the room for my computer and it's stuff, my sewing machine and it's stuff, my stash, books, yarn, etc., so that i have room for everything and still looks nice. pretty good job for a little old lady, if i do say so myself!

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  16. The best change I made in my sewing room this year was to put my cutting table on bed risers. Now that it is taller, it's so much easier on my back.

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  17. I took over the study...plenty of shelves to store the endless supply of fabric that keeps turning up in my doorstep!!!! Not sure where it comes from hehehehe

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  18. My sewing/crafting space is an absolute disaster. It drives my husband (the tidy one!) crazy. Piles and piles of supplies and scraps.

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  19. My sewing space is very limited. The room I use is a combination sewing room/office. I have to set up and take down my iron every day so that we have room to move about in the room. Someday we will convert the garage into a sewing craft room. I won't know what to do with all the space. Thanks for the opportunity to enter your great giveaway!

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  20. Well, my sewing space, um I mean spaces. Ya see, I have a sewing room upstairs but I sew in the dining room. Guess I like to be near my little pups, and they like to be near me!!

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  21. My sewing space could do with a good tidy up!!

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  22. Right now my sewing space is very organized! It has to be. I work on numerous projects at a time. Each project is in it's own container and like I always say, "It's only one more block a month!" Thanks for the chance to win your giveaway.

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  23. I've taken over our guest room as my sewing room. The bed is still there and I am using it as my design board. Thanks so much for the giveaway!

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  24. My sewing space is our dining room. Last night I spent a good hour clearing it out so it can be a dining room for Christmas again. *sigh* Soon I'll have to clean out the spare bedroom which has since become my sewing dumping ground. Now what?

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  25. My sewing space in a little corner of my family room. I try not to let get to out of control messy :)

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  26. How lovely... I am a follower and my sewing space is also my computer space... and it is a MESS
    Hugz

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  27. I am a follower and my sewing space is a great place with two windows and a large cutting table . Thanks for the chance to win.

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  28. About my sewing space...right now it's a MESS! Okay, it's usually a mess, because I'd rather sew than clean.

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  29. My quilting area is in the master bedroom under the south facing windows. This area has the best light, and the best view!

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  30. My sewing room is the coldest room in the house - on the northeast corner - and I have to have an extra heater in there. But it doesn't keep me from sewing. :) blessings, marlene

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  31. My sewing space(s)..I have a sewing room, which I just started to organize, it is where I have my supplies and my machine. I don't go there often though. Most often you will find me on my couch hand stitching in front of my television so that I can chit chat with hubby.

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  32. My sewing space is my daughter's old bedroom. When she left home I moved in and said, no coming back! LOL.

    But now it is sooooo messy. Everything that has no place anywhere in the rest of the house now lives in a big pile in the middle of my sewing room. I guess I am the most "expendible" part of the house.

    glen in Louisiana

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  33. My sewing space is all apart right now!! I have my desk in the living room. Hopefully I will have it back together soon!!!

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  34. Merry Christmas, Deonn.

    My sewing space just got down-sized!! It is also our spare bedroom and this weekend is our family celebration so I put away machines, collected fabric pieces, unfinished projects, thread, stabilizer, and STASHED them where ever I could find a spot. I mean...under the bed, in the closet, tucked away in the corner; I even opened the crawl space door and put things in there!!!! After an hour and a half, it hardly looks used - just don't look in my hidey places!! Follower, of course. :)

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  35. My sewing space takes up a corner of the living room. One day I would like to have my own sewing room, but that would mean the kids would have to move out and I'm not quite ready for that yet. :)

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  36. I am already one of your followers Deonn. That thread catcher is so cute! the perfect fabric.

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  37. Right now I sew on our dining table. Which is in our tiny little eating area that is part of the living room. I am working on creating a corner in my bedroom and hope to get it finished up after Christmas.

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  38. I used to have a room for all my craft needs, then my son moved back in. (I love having home again!) So now my sewing space is in the dining area, and my fabrics and tools are stashed everywhere.

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  39. My sewing room/studio is my daughter's old room. I bought shelves at Ikea and decked it out to fit all my fabric and tools. It really is my haven.

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  40. I have a teeny tiny space in our basement with a regular old kitchen table for my sewing machine and cutting space - it works for me!

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  41. I am a new follower. As a quilt teacher I need as much space as possible and have converted a bedroom into a studio where I do all my sewing/desinging. As an art quilter as well I also have a log cabin in the garden, currently covered in snow, where I do all my fabric dyeing/painting and sew in the summer.

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  42. My sewing space is on my kitchen table, not that great when people want to eat there

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  43. Thank you for the giveaway. I sure could use it. Fortunately, I have a (small) sewing room, which is a mess right now. Trying to finish two quilts for Christmas: a Sudoku and your pattern, Modern Millie.

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  44. I have carved out a corner in our family's bonus room for my sewing space.

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  45. I could always use more room in my quilting space. I have a cutting table and a sewing table and there's fabric everywhere of course.

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  46. I'm a follower! My sewing room (or should I say creative space) is my son's old room. He is already warning me he might move back home after graduation for awhile. My response - I'll throw a sleeping bag on the floor! lol I would love to win this thread catcher! sewingmom42(at)yahoo(dot)com.

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  47. What a pretty thread catcher. You can see photos of my sewing room on my flickr pages

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  48. My sewing room? It's tiny and cramped! LOL. but, at least I have a room. :-)

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  49. I've been a follower since the Ghastlie's blog hop when the owl jumped off your head. My sewing space is the whole area under the loft where our bedroom is-basically 1/2 of our living room-and it is organized, sort of. Crowded, but organized or I'd never be able to get around in it.

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  50. My sewing studio is under construction right now. We are dry walling sections of the room, then we have to do the ceiling, flooring, walls, omg, too much to mention, but when it's finished, it will be the best room in the house! Thanks to my loving husband!

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  51. My sewing space is half the basement and filled with stuff.

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  52. My sewing room is in the basement of our house and although not ideal, it is 100% my space!

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  53. My sewing space is a folding table set up wherever I can squeeze it in our living room. I usually tape a plastic sack to the table to put my threads in, but this project is so much nicer to look at :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  54. i just added you to my google reader - fun! my sewing space? ahhhh... i'm so happy about it. we have spent the last few years finishing our basement, and i have a gorgeous, perfect sewing room in there! it's absolutely ideal. although there's threads all over the carpet!

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  55. my sewing space is in two different places - I have my large quilting frame for hand quilting in my daughters old tiny bedroom along with cutting table and sewing machines - and I have a basket in the living room where I hand piece and do applique.
    Love your give away.
    Karen

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  56. As of this evening my space is cleaned and straightened up. My studio/office is crowded with a Horn sewing table and in the corner a table for doing my work at home. At times it begins to look like a college dormitory room as I practically live in it. I have some pics on my blog if you want to take a peek.

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  57. my sewing area is my dining room table (I live alone so it just stays on there all the time lol) surrounded by threads all over the floor, so I desparately need this LOL!

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  58. My sewing room is tiny and at this moment is very messy. Cute kit I definitely use this little thread catcher in there. I'm a follower too.

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  59. I have a sewing 'space/room' for the first time in my life, however it seems to be getting smaller and smaller as exercise equipment, misc overflow encompasses the room....

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  60. I enjoy reading your blog and have become a member. My sewing room is in need of organization. I'm always looking for ideas and inspiration. Your thread catcher would help to tame the chaos.

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  61. my sewing space.. well it's MY space, my boys can't go there and you can find everything for do everthing! a perfect place

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  62. I'm a follower! My sewing space at the moment is all over the house trying to finish up for christmas! Thanks for a chance to win. :)

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  63. I've set my sewing space in our dining room, yeah, I use the dining table too, so we have to eat off the space that is remaining. It can get a bit messy but I don't have anywhere else to sew.

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  64. I'm new follower!
    I sew in living room.. My dining table is my working table...
    Thx for the chance to win ^^v

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  65. What a loveley give away you have here. Thanks for the opportunity. My sewing space it in the attic hallway, my sewingmachine is there and a lot of stuff. But I like to quilt in the living room too. Fabric is stuffed in many diffenrent places.... I am participant as well so you might visit my blog too if you like! Kind greetings from the Netherlands.

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  66. I have room in our downstairs for my sewing room, next to my son's lg. playroom. At one time it seemed roomy to me, I'm not sure what happened? Are the walls of fabric covered shelves closing in on me? I remember at one time having floorspace, I wonder where it went.

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  67. My sewing room used to be my daughter's bedroom. I often think of her while I'm in there.

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  68. My sewing space is scattered around the house: sewing machine in the spare bedroom/computer room; cutting table is my dining room table; fabric storage in the living room & other spare bedroom; ironing board in the hallway. One day I hope to have one room dedicated for my sewing. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  69. We just built our house so I actually got to design my sewing space. It has my computer desk in one corner, a large red cabinet with glass doors for my fabric, a huge cutting table with mat to fit, a book case for all my sewing books, and my sewing table. There are 4 sewing machines shoved in there, but as far as I know only 2 are working right now (2 were gifted from my mom and mil and I don't know if they work yet!)

    I am a very lucky lady!

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  70. JUst joined your followers! My sewing room? hmmm....I did have one, but my son moved home (again) so everything has been moved and I am afraid it will be the dining room table for me...for a while anyway! Love your prize, will help keep things neat and tidy!

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  71. I have a sewing corner in the basement. I have the big screen TV across from me, walk out to backyard and the floor is heated so I can't complain too much.

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  72. I'm already a follower! My "sewing room" right now is a table in the back of the living room. We're moving in 6 months and I'm looking for a house with a room of my own...but I think I'll miss being around everyone while I sew.

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  73. My sewing space is the laundry room. I enjoy it here as it has a wonderful light and having the ironing board next to me is very handy. Your cute Thread-Catcher/Pincushion kit would come very handy too :)
    Thanks for the chance!
    ap_lemos at yahoo dot com

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  74. My sewing space doubles as a dining room sometimes. I wish it could be a full-time studio, but on the plus side it is a nice big room with a giant table.

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  75. I have some of those 3 drawer stackers filled with fabric in my sewing room. Apparently, the drawers don't slide well when there is too much weight above the drawer. I slid out the bottom drawer and now I can't get it to slide back in. :(

    Mary
    iammaryburke(at)gmail(dot)com

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  76. I have a small but very nice sewing room..when we moved to this house I was allowed to have it fixed up however I wanted. I have super bright lights, a very large cutting table with plenty of storage and drawers underneath, special shelves to hold my tubs of stash material and a custom made serger/featherweight table. I also have a Horn sewing quilters cabinet/table which holds my sewing machine and allows me to support a nice big quilt. I am blessed with such a sewing room!

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  77. Just started following. I have my own sewing room. We added on to the house a couple of years ago, and one of the main purposes was to build me a sewing room. Can just close the door on the mess when I am done. Love it.

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  78. My sewing space is a mess, but I know where everything is! I am very glad the room has a door on it at times.

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  79. My sewing space was a new room addition a few years ago and I LOVE it.

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  80. This year we just converted our guest room to my dedicated sewing/quilting/yarn room. It's nice to have an area where I create. Just this weekend I was telling my friend that I wanted to make a thread catcher for my sewing table.

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  81. We just put a whole wall of cabinets in my quilt room and after Christmas we are going to remove a closet to make it bigger....phase 2.

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  82. I happened upon your blog and just love it. Thanks for the giveaway.

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  83. My sewing room looks like the Hoarders TV show should be arriving any time now. Hopefully I can get it under control after Christmas.

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  84. I signed up for your blog.

    My sewing room is in the basement. We are about to downsize and a sewing room is a MUST in a new home.

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  85. I think those thread catchers are great but have never made one. My sewing space is in my family room. My daughter moved to her own place so I am in the midst of moving everything around to use the sewing spaces in the best way.I am a follower.

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  86. I USE A WOODEN CASE DESIGNED FOR CD STORAGE FOR MY CHARM PACKS. I PAINTED IT OLE BARN RED AND IT LOOKS REAL GOOD ON MY TABLE WITH THE BERNINA! THANKS FOR SHARING!
    MERRY CHRISTMAS ♥

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  87. I don't have a true sewing room yet. Right now I'm using a tiny portion of my bedroom, but in the spring, we're supposed to start finishing out the attic so it can be my combination library and sewing room.

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  88. Hello! Thanks for a great giveaway! I'm already a follower! Right now my sewing space is my dining room table. Happy Holidays! :)

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  89. My sewing space is soon to be in our old guest room. We're re-doing it after the holidays. I can't wait!

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  90. I love your prize. Right now I have a grocery plastic bag tapped to the corner of my table. LOL
    I am a follower.

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  91. My sewing room...lol.
    Well last year I took over the guest room, painted it, renovated the whole room and moved in. It is cooold in the winter and very small for what I need. Half my stuff is stored in containers in a storage room.
    so when the weather turned cold this fall, I moved into the Parlor of this old house where it is warm. We moved the living room into the dining room and the dining table in to the parlor for a quick temp. set up for the winter.

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  92. Something about my sewing space...hmmm...I know, My DH made my wonderful cutting table for me. I designed it, and he made it happen. I love it! It's big and have shelves and drawers. Yes, he's a keeper!

    Thank you for the chance! Your giveaway is awesome. :0)

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  93. My main sewing place is set up on a 8' banquet table. Allowing me lots of room for machine quilting. Thank You

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  94. My sewing space is cramped. It needs to be redesigned!

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  95. Hello and Happy Tuesday! I'm a new Follower and love your kit idea!

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  96. My sewing area is what was originally the "formal living room" of which we have no need - so I took it! It's a large room which I over-crowded in about 10 minutes and now am trying to unclutter and have space to breathe in! I love having my own room and know I'm very fortunate.

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  97. when our last daughter left home, I turned her room into my sewing/craft room... but for my quilting machine which is huge, I have to set it up in the garage and it can get chilly out there making me not want to work there, wonder if anyone would miss the dining room table?? HUMMM

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  98. My daughter moved out I moved into her room. I am a follower. Thanks for the tutorials. Merry Christmas

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  99. My sewing room is my favorite room in the house; it has the best light and is warm and toasty in the wintertime, and it is quiet!

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  100. I wasn't sure how to become a follower, so I liked your FB page. Hope that keeps me updated. :)
    My sewing space is my too-small spare bedroom, it's a bedroom, sewing room, office, and it's barely big enough to be one of those things, much less three! Working on changing that though. Quilted blessings, Nita

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  101. I have a craft room. It has a table that my serger and sewing machine are on permanently :) I need a thread catcher like this and it's been on my list to make, I just keep making other things instead :)

    Desi
    weeshareblog@gmail.com

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  102. My space is downstairs, sewing table, space for projects in the middle of working on them. Not sure what else to say. lnb1191(at)aol(dot)com

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  103. Hello! I've read your blog for quite a while now, and am now an official follower!

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  104. I have a great space for sewing - a room just off the dining room, so it's fairly close to the kitchen. It has lots of windows and space, but unfortunately no closet. I love spending time there, but right now it is a wreck! It gets this way about this time every year when I go from project to project and leave trails of stuff everywhere. After the holidays I will definitely need to do a major clean-up.

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  105. I have all my supplies downstairs. But I sew in my den. I would love to have it all in one room.

    This is so cute. I love the fabric. Have always wanted to make one of these.

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  106. I keep most of my supplies in the basement of my parents' house, as I am a college student and live in a large studio. But I do have a very stuffed bag of the necessities that I keep in my desk and pull out whenever I need to. I mostly work on the couch and at my desk. Thanks for the giveaway!
    kessilari (at) gmail (dot)com

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  107. I FINALLY got a sewing room after my son went off to university. It's taking me a long time to get it organized properly. At the moment, it looks like a tornado went through and I have one week to straighten things out before my son comes home for Christmas break.

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  108. I share a small room with a computer desk, a crafting table and then my sewing table so I sew in a space smaller than closet.

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  109. I quilt alot in our dining room though I do have a sewing room in which I quilt. I like to piece in the main part of the house where my husband is but I do have room that is full of fabric and a machine that I quilt on.
    Thanks for the chance to win such a nice prize.
    Regards from Western Canada,
    Anna

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  110. My sewing space is supposed to be half of the study, with the 'office' taking up the other half. It was the remainder of a bedroom when we put stairs in for an upstairs extension. I have managed to take over about 3/4 of it and am working on the remaining floor and bench space!! I have a horn sewing table under the window, a bookshelf full of magazines and fabric boxes on one side and a wall unit of 3 book cases side by side on the other that are full of books, baskets and tubs overflowing with fabric, notions, patterns and magazines. I also have a hanging rack under the stair space. Now if I could only get the computer desk moved, I could have a lovely long cutting table and an ironing space!!! Thanks for your great giveaway

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  111. My sewing space is an area in the living room. I like being in there when Hubs is watching TV.

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  112. I'm following your blog. My sewing space started as one side of my downstairs office. It has slowly expanded, and now the entire downstairs is my sewing space. The long arm frame took over the TV room :^)

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  113. I'm a follower! (Newbie)
    My house is not quite 500 square feet, so my sewing space is literally a TV tray in the living room. I hope for more next spring.

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  114. My sewing/quilting area is a corner of the dining room table.
    It gets to be a pain when I have to put everything away ea week for Sunday dinner but that is a custom I don't want to give up as that is when we all settle down and catch up with ea other.

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  115. I'm already a follower. My quilting space is still very plain and boring.....because we just moved into our newly built house at the end of April and I have yet to figure out what to do with it. I hate the white walls. Hopefully that all will change very soon.

    How are you liking your new machine?

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  116. I am in the process of painting and putting in new flooring in my sewing room. I am having a hard time deciding what color to paint the walls so I have to make my mind up soon!

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  117. My sewing space is my living room. I store my stash in my store room :)

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  118. Hola, Yo tengo uno igual y la verdades que es muy practico la bolsita recoge hilos. Me encanta tu blog y me hago seguidora tuya.

    Un saludo desde España. Encarna.

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  119. My sewing space is (bet you won't hear this from anyone else) - in the garage! In Wyoming! Where it is often in the single digits or below zero. But, a girl's gotta do what a girl's gotta do to have her sewing space, right? The garage is unheated, but I have a space heater that helps drastically.

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  120. I have my own Sewing room! But it is hard work keeping out the 2-year-old....he loves playing with the buttons! He loads them into his dump truck and drives them around the house!

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  121. I have to share my quilting space with my music teaching materials since I am currently a SAHM and do not have another office. I get cramped, but am thankful to have a room all to myself!

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  122. This would be lovely thank-you!I sew in the spare room..or if I want to keep my hubby company take my hand work into the lounge and watch TV!

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  123. My sewing space has 11 windows! I love all the natural light I get in it!! Merry CHristmas!

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  124. Hi Deonn,

    I just found your blog and I signed up for email updates. I have a craft room in the loft of our home. As always it is a work in progress. Not enough hours in the day. Right now my machine is set up on my Kitchen table. I love your thread catcher with pin cushion. It would be perfect for any craft room, but especially mine!!!!

    Paige
    paigegathome@yahoo.com

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  125. My sewing area is at one end of our rec room. I share with hubby's desk, my kids craft table and my work desk. It's not perfect, but it works well. :)

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  126. My sewing space is currently being renovated. I'm clearing out a spot under a window for better light.
    nicolesender(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  127. My sewing/craft room is a mess right now. I am filling tote bags with small presents for children. My group, World of Charity Stitching, makes lap quilts, tote bags, pillows, walker/wheelchair bags and other items for seniors and children.
    Thanks for a chance to win.
    Peggy
    http://keepmeinstitches-peggy.blogspot.com
    peggy_verdongibbs@att.net

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