My sewing room can be better described as my sewing room/ the children's play room.
I had to get the space when my juki came along. its does needs a space of its own. This has removed the need for me to 'set up' and 'set down' each time i get to use my machines.
I use the dinning table for my cutting.
|My ladies... Ava (child) and Mia (adult) mannequin.|
The girl mannequin is for 3-5 year old and my daughters are three. When the gilrs dont want to do a fitting, i'll just say don't worry ava will do it and the girl in question would agree. :)
Got both mannequins off ebay.
|My 1930's Singer|
I love my vintage machine. It was built like an industrial, taking into consideration the heavy weight, 13.6kg or 30lbs and its mechanism of operation. It is the most silent machine I have ever encountered. The stitch quality is above others. It comes with a range of feet which means it could also do a variety of operations.
I do not however use this machine. It is my machine to be admired!! How many machines can a girl use at the same time anyway. However hopefully in the nearest future when I have my own dedicated sewing room/office then this baby will be out to use.
More on my fabrics and method of storage...
Nice to see you around.