Here is the sewing room plan I chose to go with to accommodate the new Sweet 16.
|The new layout.|
This is the first time I've had everything against the walls. I used to prefer the sewing machine desk coming into the room so that the quilt tops could drape over the back when needed. Since I now have the Sweet 16 for quilting, I can try the sewing table along the wall.
|My sewing/embroidery on the left, Sweet 16 to the right.|
|My newest addition. Let the play time begin!|
|Storage closet and Cutting/Ironing Table.|
My first little quilt up on the wall. :-)
|Singer 160 and dresser for storage.|
I moved another thread rack to a wall inside the closet so I could have room for the quilt rulers on top of the small dresser. I also took down the knitting machine and put my black Singer 16o on top of the small sewing desk.
|Tall dresser with TV, small file cabinets, and design wall.|
The door with the mirror is the entrance.
The door with the scissors is a walk-in closet.
|Another view of that corner.|
|I tried to merge two photos so you can see the general overall view of this side of the room.|
|My machine-embroidered cross-stitch design on the wall.|
I added a couple of photos so you can peek inside my closet. It is a small walk-in style.
|Closet inside wall & door|
|When I can walk in and see the carpet,|
I know that this is the neatest it can probably be.
Thanks for stopping by my sewing room!