I gave my new room a short test run last night. Soooo good! I got the binding attached to a quilt I’m doing for my oldest grandson. It was so much easier being able to spread out and have the quilt supported by my desk space rather than juggling the bulk of it on my lap. This is going to work really well. I’ve now got plenty of work space for pattern laying and cutting, good light and even room for the ironning board.
Well after an exhaustive weekend I now have a sewing room. Still some tweaks to be made but it is only a couple of hours away to be fully functional. It took pretty much the two full days to get there and that’s partly (… well mostly if truth be told) because I had to do a complete clean and sort of heaps of uni stuff, bits and bobs as well as four bookcases. It’s amazing how much you collect over the years and how much dust it attracts!
So while we are both pretty sore and tired tonight, I now have a sewing room and my dear husband has a pretty good looking study! … Had I forgotten to mention that this was a complete room swap? My old study (which for the last three months had been a baby’s nursery) was swapping with my husband’s study and transforming from a study into a sewing room!
So to bed … I’ve had a nice hot shower and need to rest these weary but happy bones. I can now dream of my first sewing projects! But I now have a lovely spacious room with lots of light.
After a long absence and following the departure of some long term house guests, this weekend with some spousal support I shall be setting up my sewing room. At last I will have a dedicated space that’s bigger than a corner in the bedroom.
This comes just in time as some beautiful fabrics have arrived in the post. With Xmas and the warmer months on our doorstep, it’s time to do little dresses for my small granddaughters. I’ve found some wonderful PDF patterns for reversible dresses that I’m sure they will love.
So hopefully tomorrow I’ll have made some progress and maybe have a photo to share.