The machine partly covered by the fan is my everyday machine, I love it! It's sturdy, I love that it has a much wider space to maneuver stuff when sewing, I love the rolling foot it has instead of the usual flat foot cos this makes sewing round or curvy pieces/parts easier. The machine far far away is the first industrial machine I ever got and which I now only use to sew piping to bags.
See what I mean about the shelves...and the carpenter?
I know..the walls, I know.
I have had this machine (yes, the one that's in your face) for over 2 years now and I have not used it for one day. Why? Well it is a left handed machine and Yes! I am left handed but the world's conspiracy against left handed people has forced me to learn to use right handed sewing machines that using this particular one is a fresh challenge, but of course I will have to learn cos the guy that services my other machines swears that when I start using this one I will sell off the other ones...Riiiiiight... I wonder who has said that to me before about the other machines. Those funny looking objects/boxes on the wall are light meter, power switch box (for generator) switch box for the main house errrr and yes, the light bulbs that let's us know when there is light and since one bulb is lit it means that there is power...UP NEPA!
I wanted a large table that will help me maximize space i.e bottom part for storage, center for shelf, compartmentalized drawers then top table, so I got ANOTHER carpenter and he made this...it serves the purpose but not exactly what I designed, oh well...
A better look at the unused sewing machine, more crooked shelf, the garage gate, a long armed singer machine that I am sure is probably the first that ever left the manufacturing plant and which I also don't use now cos the stitches are so irregular and my "engineer" cant seem to fix, a regular sewing machine...that I sometimes use to sew the dust bags and other miscellaneous stuff and of course ...the walls *sigh*
It might sound like I am complaining but far from it, I love and enjoy what I do here and I certainly know that with time I will move to that "workshop" of my dreams, that workshop that has room for all I want/have and more, but till then this will have to do and for this Oh Allah I am grateful.
Have a fruitful week ahead y'all.