So, this is the project that started things rolling.
See how nicely the Bernina sets into the opening and see how dad even put carpeting on the drop-in holder so the sewing machine will not jiggle. Also, note how I have the power cords to both sewing machines accessible at all times - no hunting for the proper cord.
Now you can see how the Featherweight sets down into the space after adding the carpeted riser that fits on top of the original holder.
The thread holder is within reach, as is the cute little leather pocket with my nippers and the large rotary cutter.
On the pegboard, I can now store my cutting mats, my other *fabric* scissors (the kids now know that they don't touch the ones on the pegboard or they suffer the lash), all kinds of quilting rulers, etc.
This is still an ongoing project as I'm sure I'll move other things onto the pegboard and rearrange everything a few more times as I get comfy in my surroundings.
Just a couple more pictures to show you the happy sewing machines and the overall picture of the nearly finished nook.
Dad has already put a first coat of shellac on the addition that will go on the right-hand side so I'm thinking that next week we might actually be finished.