, it's good to see you posting again. Any space is a good space. As someone who has two round dining tables, I can relate to the joy they bring to the sewing experience.Saashka
, goodness, that was quick! "Seven large wardrobe boxes that hold the fabrics" Does this mean your fabric is hanging? I could pack a LOT of fabric in seven large wardrobe boxes. Ruthie
, that is a lot of thread. I'm quite certain that you show more white thread in that photo than I have used in 50 years of sewing. Not kidding. So, does this mean that sometimes you use regular sewing machine thread in your overlock and coverhem machines? I've used it in the needle on the serger but find it makes seams too heavy for my taste if I use it in the looper.
Too bad we can't all teleport together for a great big fabric swap session.
Not much here. I did give away an entire bag of patterns at my machine embroidery group last week. I was really pleased that they took them all. And I'm pulling out some quilting cottons and quilt magazines. I'll be going to the quilt shop to sew next week...knock on wood. I haven't sewn since July 5th. Other wise I realized I've had 7 doctors appointments or test sessions this month. No wonder I've not done much.
I did decide that if I ever come up with a space to use where the machines stay set up I think I want a coverhem machine to add to the herd. I've realized my biggest RTW hurdle is decent fitting undies. A coverhem for the elastic bits would make it very quick, or so I'm told.