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Talk about up-scaling your work space and storage.  Congrats on the new play space.  I am a wee bit jealous as well.

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Sheila,

     What a great space. Now I'm jealous, my little shop will be full and you will still have space to turn around and acquire more leather goods.

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In my younger days studying agriculture, I learned that Nature abhors a vacuum.   And that, my friend, is a vacuum.  Best secure the bank account and credit cards, stay away from leather goods sales and tools... and desks... and tables... and machines....it will be filled. :)

Fantastic work space for sure, all it needs is a lot of light!  and all the aforementioned items....

YinTx

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9 hours ago, YinTx said:

In my younger days studying agriculture, I learned that Nature abhors a vacuum.   And that, my friend, is a vacuum.  Best secure the bank account and credit cards, stay away from leather goods sales and tools... and desks... and tables... and machines....it will be filled. :)

Fantastic work space for sure, all it needs is a lot of light!  and all the aforementioned items....

YinTx

Yin Tix, that's something that worries me, too! The former owner passed away at age 96. A friend of mine lives across the road from her, and tells me her children filled 4 dumpsters with her stuff when cleaning her house out. This doesn't count the stuff they sold at two yard sales, or took home with them!

I don't want to leave that sort of problem for MY executors!

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JANE,

Congratulations on your new digs. I have "stuff" in a shed that was to house only my glass business to begin with. Now it includes some of my sublimation equipment plus leather equipment.

You have seen my "Leather Room". That will give you an idea what the room in the shed looks like. LOL

Ferg

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Thanks, Ferg. Hey, your leather room had a lot of machines in it,  but you could get around and it was well organized!

You know my biggest problem right now? This century home is so small, I am running out of places to put the moving boxes! I don't want to start putting them in the basement because the stairs are so hard to negotiate (narrow, uneven, and you have to duck your head.) The garage isn't safe either as water leaks under the foundation on the west side, and the only upstairs to the house are the two bedrooms and 'powder room', which are already chock a block with furniture! Century homes had REALLY small bedrooms, and no closet space, so by the time you put a bed, a dresser, night table AND a wardrobe on the room, there's hardly any space left!

Well, the old place needs some work done before it goes on the market, so I can get it cleaned out at my leisure. It will be more marketable with some of the furniture gone.

 

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@sheilajeanne I'm just gon'a say it I'm jealous! drool.gif.77403f026af5d7497bc30e304b26507e.gif 

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