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#jeaniesdreams TTMT #13

Nothing to show today. Just rambling a bit. Ya’ll have a wonderful crafty week.

Not sure how I cut some of my beginning video off..but I’m going with it.

6 thoughts on “#jeaniesdreams TTMT #13

  1. I so get what you’re saying about EQ8. I’m still learning, too. I expect I will be for ages!

    I really can’t wait to see your craft room update. I did mine this time last year and it was such a great change!


  2. I have had EQ7 for years and still don’t know how to use it. Sigh…
    Your April plans are ambitious. I am looking forward to seeing the quilts and especially the new sewing room!


  3. It seems like a lot of us are in the “not much/anything to show you” and “not even on the screen” and “rambling” modes. Funny.
    In EQ8, I am able to make blocks within a workspace and use them there, but haven’t tried to put blocks into the general library so I can use them in other places. I should learn to do that. I tend to learn better on a task-by-task basis, so I’ve been okay learning it…I just look up what I need to know that’s different for the task at hand and then remember that skill for the next one so I can learn something else. That’s working for me so far.
    That is so interesting that you are going to use toolboxes (BTW, I just saw decent ones at Harbor Freight–LOTS of them). When I left the farm in Minnesota several years ago, I sold all my beautiful, top-of-the-line toolboxes for next to nothing, because they are heavy and I didn’t want to move them. Then, when I see them at Harbor Freight or Home Depot I always think, “Man, those are really expensive and I cut use several in my sewing room.” But, you know…regrets are not productive. So, I’m happy that you will get some and know you will enjoy them.
    Great seeing you, and you really weren’t rambling.
    Have a great week!


  4. I actually almost went the same direction as you when I wanted a cutting table on wheels… toolbox! Unfortunately being 5’2.5″ tall all of them I looked at were too tall for me to use comfortably for cutting. But I love the look and functionality of workbenches and tool boxes in general. And the sturdiness! So I’m totally with you on that.


  5. Oh I think the toolbox is perfect. We have some out in garage that in hindsight would have been some perfect robust things for the craft room. It’s never worth spending this much time and money to buy something you don’t completely want or like. I think you’ll be happy with the toolbox.

    Happy Crafting & Planning


  6. Sounds like you are going to have a ‘fun’ time making your craft room. I know ift will be hard work but the results will be great. I look forward to see your progress and process.


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