I've been wanting to find a permanent spot for my Bernina 710, but was stumped as to where to put it. Finally it dawned on me that I could nestle it in the dormer alcove in my bedroom, which is next door to my upstairs sewing room. I had purchased this dear little Hoosier table last summer, not knowing what I was going to do with it, yet certain that it was destined to come home with me. It's perfect for this space!
(Sorry about the picture quality, but lighting isn't the greatest when you crawl under a table to take a picture of a label!)
A fellow in the borough was selling the table; he had it sitting in front of his house, and I just happened to drive by and spot it one afternoon. When he told me it had been his grandfather's kitchen table for years, it endeared me even more.
I'm so happy not to have to switch out machines when I'm ready to machine quilt, and eager to be able to pop over and use the dual feed feature whenever I want.
I normally try to avoid sleeping with my work, but when it's this lovely to look at, I don't mind!