|The design wall is constructed from 4 bulliten boards mounted on the wall. I covered the boards with a grey flannel fabric. The chest is mostly full of quiting cottons. Supposedly, I put the cutting table away, but since my daughter has taken over my worktable, I haven't put the cutting table away.||The 2 cupboards contain fashion fabric and some gift wrapping supplies. In theory, when they are full, I stop
The wall cabinets have books, notions, and embellishments. About 2/3s of my patterns are in the tubs under the
sewing cabinet. The tubs are the size larger than the shoebox size, and they fit sthe standard pattern very well. A large
pattern envelope can lay flat in the boxes, and the ones with the high top lid can accomodate both at once. So far, these
tubs are toddler proof.|
My husband built the worktable. It's 41 inches high. I love it. The cutting table is too low, and I get backaches if I'm
working at it for extended periods of time. It will be nice when my son is more trustworthy, and I can move my daughter's
stuff off of this table and store things under it again.
||My Bernina 1001 sewing machine and Elna 744 serger. I don't recommend a sewing cabinet like mine.
The machines must be available at all times if a busy women is going to be able to sew in 5 or 10 minute bursts.
I do like the pnuematic lift under my sewing machine.
||The wall mounted ironing board is wonderful when you have small children. I like the full length mirror, too. I secure
my iron to the board with a bunge cord.
||My Bernina 180E on a desk built by my husband. He bought a ready made countertop and screwed it to two old
chestof drawers. This sewing cabinet is much more practical then the expensive fold-away one.