Sandra S. from Durham, NH

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Limited Space Does Not Equal Limited Possibilities!

I am a quilter using a spare guest room as my Fabric Cave. It’s quite small, and I have a Standing Room Only limit of about 3 people. But it has all I need, all in easy reach. I bought an older model Koala cutting table second-hand, and in 2011 my husband (with the help of our tax refund) granted my wish for a brand new Koala QuiltMate.

Everything but the white bookshelves (separate photo) is on wheels, making rearranging super easy.

I’m still looking for window treatment ideas, so please offer some suggestions!

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Sandra S. from Durham, NH, 7.3 out of 10 based on 45 ratings
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  1. avatar Laura Little
    Dec 14, 2011 @ 20:18:05

    I really like this studio – it looks like something I would like to have. I especially like the fabric collection.

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  2. avatar Judy
    May 01, 2012 @ 19:06:48

    I really like the fabric idea. With it all available but covered from the sun. Can you tell me what kind of book cases? I reall y like how you use the back of the door also. I don’t have much room and just started putting my fabric in clear plastic after reading this not sure that is the best thing to do…. Love your room!!!

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  3. avatar Gina
    Jan 03, 2013 @ 09:13:14

    Great use of space. What about a pretty roman shade for your window?

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  4. avatar Beverly
    Jul 10, 2013 @ 23:56:12

    Charming room!! Can I come play in your fabric playground!!

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  5. avatar CreativeGrammie
    Apr 05, 2015 @ 13:45:49

    I love the layout of your room. I like being able to look out of my window and at my door to my work/play room. You must have so much fun in your room.

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