Koala Reclaim Your Sewing Room Sweepstakes

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Thank you to everyone who entered and supported our “Reclaim Your Sewing Room” sweepstakes!

Koala Studios: Reclaim Your Sewing Room Sweepstakes

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  1. avatar Liz McCue
    Jul 12, 2015 @ 12:05:03

    I just brought home my first issue of Creative Machine Embroidery magazine. Right inside the cover was a full page ad for your company with a big announcement of a sweepstakes opportunity to win a Roll Away Studio. The sweepstakes deadline was May 31, 2015. The magazine is the July/August 2015 issue. I guess I won’t get to enter.

    Another comment that I have is that, while your advertised products are meant to store away all of the things that are needed in a creative space, you have shown shelves that are almost completely and totally unrealistically empty. If that were my workspace and I had spent the huge amount of money I am sure it would take to outfit it with your products there would be materials and tools shown in abundance. Stop thinking decor and start thinking function! Those walls should be covered with shelves. We creatives need great storage solutions!

    Liz

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  1. avatar Liz McCue
    Jul 12, 2015 @ 12:05:03

    I just brought home my first issue of Creative Machine Embroidery magazine. Right inside the cover was a full page ad for your company with a big announcement of a sweepstakes opportunity to win a Roll Away Studio. The sweepstakes deadline was May 31, 2015. The magazine is the July/August 2015 issue. I guess I won’t get to enter.

    Another comment that I have is that, while your advertised products are meant to store away all of the things that are needed in a creative space, you have shown shelves that are almost completely and totally unrealistically empty. If that were my workspace and I had spent the huge amount of money I am sure it would take to outfit it with your products there would be materials and tools shown in abundance. Stop thinking decor and start thinking function! Those walls should be covered with shelves. We creatives need great storage solutions!

    Liz

    Reply

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