My Sewing Room

After many years of moving around renting, we have finally settled down and bought a house.
My DH is such a wonderful man that he allowed me to take over the double garage and convert this
to my sewing room, which is under the house roof line and has a door into the lounge room.
After 2 1/2 years in the house I have had the garage fully converted to a room.
The roller doors that were at the font have been removed and the temp wall taken down.
I now have 2 wonderful huge windows that let plenty of light and fresh air in.
Also the cold concrete floor has been replaced with industrial carpet.
I also use a small room behind the garage to keep my books and magazines plus the
bulk bolts of fabric and another cutting table.

Entry from lounge room.
The room is 6 x 5.5mts (19 x 18 feet)
Bench on the left hold the Artista 200e & Brother Innovis 4000D.
Computer area. I use the laptop with a Wacom touch screen monitor
for my digitizing. Having 2 displays on both laptop and desktop
is fantastic, allows for multi tasking.
Fabrics & thread storage.

Horn quilting table with Husqvarna Sapphire &
Babylock Imagine Overlocker .
Center of room with cutting table and ironing area.
I had a drop cord power supply added to the ceiling so I can
use powered tools at the cutting table.

Peg board holds the industrial hoops and most of my rulers and templates.
Each big drawer stores the hoops and accessories for both machines.
My baby Zak is having his morning nap under the bench (top photo).
View of work area.
SWF 9 needle industrial machine.
The hoop that is on the machine can stitch a 30 x 46cm design.
I had this hoop and the X-Large table custom made to allow
this size design to be stitched.
2nd room with my bulk supply of Homespun and Blenders.
Portable cutting table and bookcase.