So this weekend we went to my in-laws house to celebrate Easter. It's been awhile since we've been to their house to visit and they had redone several rooms to aid in their home business, Yorkie Fantasy. For those of you who sew, you'll understand why their new set up fascinates me! I want a sewing room (or two) like they have!!!

Here's a look at their living room as it looks now.

This is looking from the kitchen into the fabric and supply area. She buys fabric by the bolt now but still has some smaller pieces to use as the need arises. You can also see a glimpse of her cutting table here.

Here is a different view of the cutting table which includes her pressing machine and her embroidery machine.

This is the view from the other side of the room. More fabric and lots of storage! For reference, the cutting table and window are just outside this photo on the left.

Done drooling?! Take a minute, then we'll move on to their family room. This is where the major sewing work gets done. I think she has about 6 different sewing machines in this room, including a serger. If you look closely, you'll see her thread collection on a turn-about in the corner. What you can't make out in this picture, is that there is a desk and a walkway in between the table and the chest of drawers.

Here is what lays between. The master work center. Her orders come in on the computer or via phone and then the process of custom making clothes for dogs begins.

So there you have it. A great sewing set up! My mother-in-law will make anything from costumes to belly bands & panties, to t-shirts, to ball gowns and coats for your pet. If you are in need of good, quality custom made clothing for your dogs (small breed in particular) at very reasonable prices, be sure to check out Yorkie Fantasy.

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  1. Mommasaurus Says:

    An organized set-up is SO important - to a business, especially, but also to a functionable home! I am so glad Diane was able to get this foundation in place!

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