Monday, October 13, 2014

The Studio Takes Shape!



I moved the worktables around in my new sewing studio and it works much better.

I bought a rug mat from the big box office supply store, and it works perfectly.
 Here's a view of the work area.

From the sewing machine, I can look over to the ironing table.


Turning to the left, I can see the tv and my stash.

Still moving to the left, you can see where the design wall will go, and in the foreground you can see my small worktable.

 Looking up from the small worktable, I can see Millie on her kitty condo, and the landscape behind the house.
 My sister has been storing this wing chair I bought from a used furniture store this summer. She and my nephew brought it by yesterday. It is placed so I can have a nice comfy place to sit to study the design wall, read a book, think or watch TV.  It will also be a good place for a guest to sit while visiting.

I had to do some sewing, and made this block.

Whee!!

8 comments:

Mystic Quilter said...

What a great set up in your studio - what size is it Lynne?

Karen Gamble said...

a wonderful studio, and the light!!! perfect. Many an hour will be spent in here... Kx

Megan said...

Looking good Lynne - although it looks even better when there's actually a kitty in the condo. Just a liiiiitle bit bare when there's not. LOL

Megan
Sydney, Australia

Sandra said...

What a terrific space! I know you and Millie will enjoy the view every day. Happy sewing !

Quiltdivajulie said...

MUCH better - especially with the wing chair now in place!

Love how it is all coming together!!!!!!!!!

Mrs. Goodneedle said...

It all looks wonderful, so cozy and inviting... you have definitely put the "Lynne stamp" on your new space. I believe I could be right at home in your comfy new chair, enjoying a visit with you and Millie!

Pat said...

This is a terrific setup. I'm not sure how much sewing I'd get done with that gorgeous view but I do know it would be hard to get me out of there!

suzanne, dutchess county NY said...

Looking great! The light, the space it's all so nice.
Enjoy your new digs!