They arrived by 8am and three and a half hours later, it was all unloaded. I was afraid they were not going to be able to get into the driveway … and the street is too narrow for anyone to pass if they parked there but he got it backed in. There’s more of a slope on this driveway than the photo shows too, that’s why they’re looking under the truck, to make sure nothing scraped.
The first thing he asked was where the sewing room was … they didn’t complain about having to cart it all downstairs but I felt kind of bad about it. It all fit and I have some room to maneuver but this will be a challenge for sure. I was careful about how I sorted and packed the bins … precuts, kits, backings, yardage by color, scraps, strings, hat yarn, scarf yarn, blanket yarn …. so once I arrange the bins by type I won’t have to dig through many to get to what I want and all the yardage is in the new clear bins so I can easily see which one of those I need. Once I get the longarm set up in the other room, I’m hoping there will be enough room behind it for me to store some bins too. If so, I’ll probably stack the yarns bins back there.
Obviously, I’ve got a lot of unpacking and organizing to do but I’m going to take it easy and unpack a little and sew a little over the next few weeks and eventually it will all get done.