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Old 08-15-2012, 07:57 PM   #1
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Class A Sewing studio

HOW MANY OF YOU HAVE WIFES THAT TURN YOUR CLASS A INTO A SEWING STUDIO WHEN PARKED AT HOME ON THE RV PAD JUST CURIOUS
LOVE THAT WOMAN TO DEATH BUT SHE HAS ALOT OF USES FOR IT.JUST WONDERING IF THERES ANYONE ELSE IN THE SAME BOAT
I DIDNT SAY ANYTHING :whist ling:
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Me, ham radio - Susan, sewing and quilting. We do our hobbies in the MH when traveling - when at home we have converted an attached two car garage into hobby area (room finished, HVAC, etc.).
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Old 08-15-2012, 08:05 PM   #3
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Awsome she has a sewing business does quilting and embroidery which her work is awsome when on the road she sells and makes up half the money for fuel awsome thing.
I usually cut leather and make holsters and pieces for saddles and tack for our horses so
glad to see were not the only ones built her a 24 by 16 sewing room in house she loves to keep the rv used to its good tho : )
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Old 08-15-2012, 08:06 PM   #4
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Wife threw out the j lounge/love seat and replaced it with an actual sewing center.
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Old 08-15-2012, 09:56 PM   #5
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well wife said good idea think she has another idea hmmmmmmmm!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:09 PM   #6
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That looks over the top......But...Happy wife Happy life....
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Old 08-15-2012, 10:23 PM   #7
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We carry a Pfaff Embroidery sewing machine and a Babylock serger. Most of the trunk of the toad and one basement base are devoted to fabric, threads, and other similar materials. Fortunately our free-standing table is strong enough for the big Pfaff. The DW is happy with her happy and that is all that matters.
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Yah she swaps hers out here and there babylock ellisomo to her surger to her pfaff to her babylock Enterprise 10 needle never know what ill swap out next shes a sewer big time.
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WOW!! I thought I was the only one. Boy do we get some strange looks when we are out.
We often get other campers approaching us for mending, DW usually accommodates them and we get to meet new people.
I kinda get a kick out of it, she loves her quilting as much as I love my fly fishing so we both have something to do when we're up at the lake.

DW loves to travel through the states because material is over half the price cheaper down there. So we often come back with coach bursting at the seems.
On our trip to Alaska a few years ago we stoped at every craft store along the way. They even had a special " square" to pick up at each store and you sew them all together and it makes a quilt. Got them all!
In Fairbanks there was a store there that had a fly shop so we were both happy!
That's the beauty of RVing I figure....do what you want, when you want, where ever you want.
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Yeah, my wife hangs a quilt in the front window of the mh, which is like a signal to other quilters to stop and say hello.
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Wife threw out the j lounge/love seat and replaced it with an actual sewing center.
As soon as ours gets out of the shop, ill post pics of ours.
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Wife threw out the j lounge/love seat and replaced it with an actual sewing center.
ill post pics soon as ours is out of the shop.
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Tom, I'm telling. Does she do hems?
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She does anything to do with sewing. lol ............telling ya you would not beleive the stuff built her a 15 by 24 room in new house, just never seems like enough room. : )
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