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Thread: Renovations finished at last!

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    Looks like a great space. Now how long will it stay that neat??

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    I see five machines in the first picture! What is up with that? I'm glad you have space for all of them but can't imagine what all the bells and whistles are that you need them all. I sew on a 1936 Singer Featherweight and nothing else. ( I do have another in case I have to alter denim now and again - but it is a lonely pup.) Enjoy your new space. It looks great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cwessel47 View Post
    I see five machines in the first picture! What is up with that? I'm glad you have space for all of them but can't imagine what all the bells and whistles are that you need them all. I sew on a 1936 Singer Featherweight and nothing else. ( I do have another in case I have to alter denim now and again - but it is a lonely pup.) Enjoy your new space. It looks great.
    The machine on the far left is my new embroidery machine which has large hoops. You can hoop an entire jacketback in one hoop. Beside it is my embroidery machine that I've had for several years. I enjoy doing machine embroidery so need the machines for that purpose. I have a mega quilter which is great for piecing while the other machines are busy embroidering. I also have a serger which is great for embellishment, doing edges on napkins etc. I enjoy my embellisher machine for making my own felt for flowers, appliques on sweatshirts etc. I enjoy a variety of sewing projects so a straight stitch machine wouldn't be enough for my hobby.

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    Your husband looks like a good carpenter lucky you

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    It's awesome.
    Fabric is like money, no matter how much you have it's never enough.

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    A beautiful sewing room and I love those buttons on the drawers how cool is that..

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    Loving sewing room. Just love your cupboard front.

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    Wow-what a great job! I am jealous! When can I move in?? Will your sweet DH make me a studio like that?? LOL I love the cute button idea to cover the holes! Very clever! Is that 5 machines I see?? And I think you need to buy more thread!! LOL Again, what a great room!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by tebill View Post
    The machine on the far left is my new embroidery machine which has large hoops. You can hoop an entire jacketback in one hoop. Beside it is my embroidery machine that I've had for several years. I enjoy doing machine embroidery so need the machines for that purpose. I have a mega quilter which is great for piecing while the other machines are busy embroidering. I also have a serger which is great for embellishment, doing edges on napkins etc. I enjoy my embellisher machine for making my own felt for flowers, appliques on sweatshirts etc. I enjoy a variety of sewing projects so a straight stitch machine wouldn't be enough for my hobby.
    Wow. I'm lucky to be able to handle a sewing/embroidery combo. However, I have thought it would be nice to have them separate because of needing more space etc. for the hoops. Love your sewing room. You've got everything that you need in an awsome space.

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    What a great space to sew in!
    Have lots of fun in there.

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