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Suzie's Sewing Room Unedited

December 18, 2020 17 Comments

Suzie's Sewing Room Unedited

Warning...this is graphic...view discretion is advised!  OK, not really, but I have been hitting it hard in my sewing room these last few weeks, so it's definitely not in tip-top shape, but it is REAL.  I am fully aware my pics aren't Better Homes and Garden's-worthy, but here's a sneak peek into my favorite room in the house.

Thanks to my very good friend and co-worker, Joy, I can Netflix and chill in style!  She gifted me this huge TV, which is rarely off when I am sewing...unless I am listening to an audio book.

I love my Accuquilt Go! Cutter and workstation!

Of course, who could EVEN BREATHE without a Laurastar ironing system?  

Now, now, I'm NOT opening every drawer, but these 2 are ok, I suppose.  

Not a bad view.  The cow pasture is on the other side of the house, but once in a while, I do get some entertainment out this window.

You just never know what these two will bring me next!  :)

Happy Sewing and Happy Holidays everyone!

Suzie




17 Responses

Suzie
Suzie

December 29, 2020

Zane, I have BOTH! I’m currently just piecing a quilt, so don’t need all the bells and whistles for piecing. Both machines are absolutely dreams come true.

Suzie
Suzie

December 29, 2020

Thank you all for the kind words. I am truly blessed to have such a space, but even before I ever did I would set up at the kitchen table and tear down every day when I finished. Got to do what you got to do! :)

Suzie
Suzie

December 29, 2020

Jan, so sorry to hear this. Hang in there and your sewing will be there waiting to cheer you up when you have time to get back to it! :)

Happy Holidays!

Suzie
Suzie

December 29, 2020

https://www.accuquilt.com/go-quilt-block-center-cutting-cabinet-white.html

Karen, this is what I use and I love it!

Bette Koeff
Bette Koeff

December 29, 2020

Great room! I do find the more room I have, the bigger my ‘mess’. I love the big area around my machine in the cabinet fold-out. My smaller room, I could not extend the fold-out. Happy sewing in your happy place!

Ruth A Root
Ruth A Root

December 27, 2020

Lovely work space and the big window for natural light, I am jealous!

Kathy Hanson
Kathy Hanson

December 27, 2020

What a beautiful space! How nice to have so much room! It looks so tidy and organized! It must be hard to leave it! 😊

Frances H Voyce
Frances H Voyce

December 27, 2020

I love your room and it looks so organized. I also live on what was our family farm and have taken over what should be a dining room. No cows anymore, but many deer and birds.

Frances H Voyce
Frances H Voyce

December 27, 2020

I love your room and it looks so organized. I also live on what was our family farm and have taken over what should be a dining room. No cows anymore, but many deer and birds.

Zane Madsen
Zane Madsen

December 27, 2020

I see you have a Bernina 7 series machine instead of an 8 series. Wondering if you might share why you chose a 7 series. I have an 880+ and have been considering making a switch to a 7 series.

Jan
Jan

December 27, 2020

Hi Susie,

I envy you as our house is only 22×27 on the long side and our front room is only 11×12, so I do envy you big time. I would sew more IF I had this room also. But, it is what it is so enjoy it while you can. Hope you have a great Xmas and Happy NY.
We are lucky to have my husband here at all. He had diarrhea that turned out to be EColi. He refused to see a Dr. and took Imodium instead. He did die, here at St. Olaf and was brought back after hours of working on him, the 4th of November and spent 13 in ICU, home for 10 days and back in to St. Marys for another 12 days. He almost died again twice more. 6 lung blood clots, bleeding ulcer, heart attack, 2 cups of fluid off one side of his lungs. We were told he had TOTAL organ failure and few his age (80 yrs.two weeks ago) make it and we are not out of the woods yet, we are told. He is down to 109 # and is on oxygen 24-7 with 13 pills a day to sustain him and weekly blood checks. I take his vitals several times a day here at home also. NOT been fun and not much time for sewing.
So, enjoy life now as it will go down hill as you age.

Jan

Karen Rebhuhn, (wife of the Carmel Man!)
Karen Rebhuhn, (wife of the Carmel Man!)

December 27, 2020

WOW! Great space! Thanks for sharing. I love seeing real people’s sewing rooms! Mine never looks that neat on a good day! Love the Accuquilt work station! I assume someone built that platform you have at the end where the die comes out of your Go Big so it doesn’t drop down and you don’t have to catch it as it comes through. Brilliant idea!!! Love the big TV! What a nice friend!

Deb Gnotke
Deb Gnotke

December 27, 2020

Love your room with so many sewers dream items! Love your pressing station, I need my cord up too. Were on farm too and I have window and walk out door, fresh farm air and pasture too. My sewing room is 14 × 20, never big enough! Thanks for sharing. Merry Christmas.

Suzie
Suzie

December 22, 2020

It is about 12×14 – it is a repurposed living room – when we adde a big family room on the other side of our house this room became my sewing room.

Suzie
Suzie

December 22, 2020

Penny – I work on many projects, but usually I try to finish the one that I started before moving to the next, but sometimes the shop has “deadlines” that change the plan several times over. Happy Holidays!

Penny
Penny

December 22, 2020

Thanks for the pictures and keeping it real! Nice to see different set ups and see what people really use. Do you work on one project at a time or have several going?

Judy Graves
Judy Graves

December 22, 2020

Wow what a great work space! How big is your room? Grew up in the country and I miss all the open space🥰

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