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1  Re: Share your Mess...Then let's clean it up! in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by emt95348 on: August 06, 2006 11:13:08 AM
HOLY SMOKES!!!! nah, seriously i used to have a mess just like those. what was funny was even though i couldn't move around in it I knew where everything was Smiley anyway, when we moved into this new house and i acquired my own sewing room i made a promise to keep it presentable and to tell you the truth i love it!!! here are some pics to give you some ideas on storage for your room - it is far from perfect but it's getting there;











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2  My first shoe recon! in Shoes: Completed Projects by emt95348 on: August 02, 2006 10:46:34 PM
Well, this is my first shoe attempt. The colors could stand to be a bit deeper...might do that later. These were my daughter's pink shoes that were written all over.

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3  Re: this is your brain on fabric... dealing with our addictions in Stitch And BOTCH by emt95348 on: July 13, 2006 07:03:54 PM
here are some pics of my sewing room and my huge fabric stash.  the second cabinet pictured has fabric two layers deep....on each shelf that you see, there is another stack behind what is visible.i know...i have a serious problem. but the good news is, I am finally starting to do something with all of it. In the last couple of days, I have made 3 skirts (you can see them hanging in one of the pics.and I am starting on a dress tonight when the little ones go to bed.









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4  Suggestions for hiding fireplace from 2 yr. old in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by emt95348 on: July 08, 2006 01:30:35 PM
We have this fireplace. Because he knows that I don't want him to play with it, it is his favorite thing to play with. So rather than ride his butt constantly to keep him out of it, I want to find a creative way to hide it or at least prevent him from accessing it. I want it to look nice as well. I don't have an issue with him sitting in front of it like he is in the picture (what a ham!), but he has graduated to throwing balls in there and then opening the screen doors and going in after them Shocked Any ideas?Huh

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5  Help with Reupholstering Sofa in Interior Decorating: Discussion and Questions by emt95348 on: July 08, 2006 01:25:53 PM
I have two black leather couches. I love them but the kids do too. They, along with the dogs have taken their toll on them. I want to reupholster them in this awesome antique 1920's fire dept. fabric I found. But the cushions are making me leary. They are solid on the bottom and side, but poofy on top. How do I get the fabric to fit snugly? Any suggestions are appreciated....thanks! I apologize for the poor quality pic Smiley

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