sewing room

NOUN
  1. a room set aside for sewing
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How To Use sewing room In A Sentence

  • He nodded abstractedly, went upstairs to the big, sunny sewing room, searched the family needlecase for a long stiff darning needle and extracted several rubber bands from the red cardboard box on the library table. A Son of the City A Story of Boy Life
  • And from that day on, as soon as the table was cleared and the dishes were gone, Mother would disappear into he sewing room to practice.
  • Dressed in a skirt from the sewing room and a twinset that the matron had bought, and with a red ribbon threaded through her already graying hair, Naida waited for the car.
  • I need to sort some stuff out in my sewing room (no work for three days, but lots of new stuff coming in and being dumped on the table - ack!) and I need to do laundry and a bunch of other stuff before the kids finish school at 1.30 today for the summer (well, Alex finished yesterday, but as he's really tired and it's pouring rain, I think a day of vegging in front of the telly is in order). Archive 2007-07-01
  • An enclosed breezeway connects garage to house and also serves as Lisa's hobby/sewing room.
  • My love of making things began at a very young age, when I sewed my first pair of geese from a pattern my mom had in her sewing room. Archive 2007-12-01
  • In ‘New Music’ a writer gets up an hour before her husband and children to work at her computer in a makeshift sewing room, the table a cheap plywood door laid on trestles.
  • Her sewing room, based in her farm in Fife, which she shares with her fiancé, is a hive of industry.
  • Let's take some time for ourselves, and make our sewing rooms extra special!
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