For the second time this year the studio experiences another decent change. It’s an overdue transition that I didn’t realize it needed to happen until I took the step to buy a Juki machine. Surprisingly, it wasn’t as expensive as I anticipated and the stitches are just as good (if not better) than my home machine.
It was pretty difficult to put together, but without my Dad, it wouldn’t be up and operating!
Voila! Ready to stitch!
Separating my cutting table from my sewing table has improved my work flow incredibly.
One of the biggest challenges is working towards using the higher speed. I feel like I’m getting the hang of it on the longer stretches, but I don’t want to sacrifice quality over getting things done faster on the detailed work.
Overall, I’m really thankful and I couldn’t be more amazed at how the Lord slowly paves the way for me to move forward in my work. Definitely looking forward to what this new phase for my business brings my way!