I started machine knitting while my husband, Bill, was stationed in Japan in 1964. My first machine was a silver reed knitting machine. I presently use a Brother 965i knitting machine. We have been selling cone yarn in East Tennessee since 1986.
Our web site is at http:// www.etsy.com/shop/stephaniesyarn
My husband finished installing cabinets and counter top for my knitting, sewing, jewelry making and crafts room. The Blue thing is the Roll-a-Knit my husband designed for rolling up my knits, to keep them off the floor. He is no longer making the roll-a-knit. I have been able to finish those UFO's unfinished objects like some knitting, sewing and a lot of mending. machines pictured ate the Brother/Knitking 965i and the front machine is a Silver Reed I just got off the internet.
Sewing, surging, embroidery, machines ready to go to work. Linker in corner back for linking knitting together. Also a small area for jewelry making.