I actually ordered it last June and had planned to put it down in the basement but I needed to upgrade the electrical down there because there were so few power outlets and I wasn't sure they'd ever been upgraded. After spending several weeks unsuccessfully trying to hire an electrician, I finally gave up and hired a contractor, Tim Austin, to finish the basement.
Very many months later, we have finally finished our basement remodel. By the time it was finished, the plan had changed and we'd decided to move one of the bedroom sets down there and also set up Jeff's new computer work area. I blogged about it all over at the house blog.
Today, finally, SAVE Stores delivered and set up my new Handi Quilter Infinity Long Arm in the upstairs master bedroom! I am so excited. I really want to jump right into playing with it, but I have a few more things I need to finish before the end of the month. Instead, I will watch all the instructional videos and read the booklet that came with the machine. And I'll schedule some lessons as soon as I get the car back from the body shop.
I decided to name her Hazel Quinn. I really need to cut out a pretty name tag on my Cricut.
How exciting! I am getting a larger frame for my machine, just not sure if I want the 12' set up or just go with 10' and keep more area to move around. Thankfully my studio can handle either.ReplyDelete
Yeah, this room is not ideal but I make so many king size quilts I really needed the bigger size. It's hard to resist playing with it but I don't want to break anything.Delete
Oooh! Enjoy. My frame is also squeezed in to a too small room, but I make do.ReplyDelete
Yeah, it's going to be a pain trying to squeeze into the closets, but perhaps it will motivate me to lose weight. LOLDelete
How exciting, you’ll have fun playing with this!ReplyDelete