Eddycrest Sewing Furniture by Adam Eddy in Woodstock. Adam and his Dad carried the two sewing tables and cutting table down the stairs and into the studio. They set it all up including putting the sewing machines into the cabinets. I had Adam cut a hole into the top of the cabinet to fit both machines instead of his usual method of having a plexiglass top. I don't intend to get another brand of sewing machine so I think I'm fairly safe.
There is so much storage in these cabinets that I actually have empty drawers. That probably won't last long but I'm very impressed!
As for the rest of the house, I'll post some more pictures later. We are unpacked and settled in.
I spent last Monday with the quilters here who meet every Monday at the clubhouse. They were very welcoming so I look forward to quilting with them often. They are making charity quilts too so I'm very excited about participating in that.
TOMORROW (SUNDAY) FROM 2-4 P.M. IS THE OPENING OF MY QUILT EXHIBITION AT THE CREATIVE ARTS CENTRE IN INGERSOLL. PLEASE COME IF YOU CAN. (THERE WILL BE TREATS!)