We finally have an exciting update on my quilting/sewing studio space renovation. The builder has started work, preparing and framing out the floor ready for the sheets of flooring to go down.
It may not look like much but after a few weeks of waiting, this looks like heaven to me.
This is the longarm room, which will be Winnie the Handi Quilter Avante’s home. The window you can see to the left is coming out hopefully this week, and a beautiful big sliding door is going in it’s place.
Looking from the end of the longarm room, into my new sewing room. The doors have had to come out for now to raise the floor level. The first doorway on the left is being built over to increase the usable space around Winnie, and a new doorway will go between the two rooms through the dividing wall, straight ahead. I can’t wait to start organising my furniture, hanging up my shelves and racks and all my Mini Quilts!
You can see here again, the first window will be taken out, it’s damaged and warped and an ideal spot for the sliding door. Which will let in so much beautiful light for quilting by. I will still have a cute little window in the sewing room so I can see the weather. I love watching clouds blow over.
So tell me, what’s one feature of your sewing space (apart from a machine obviously) that you just can’t live without? What do I need to make sure I include?