I recently made an investment in a floor stand
to hold my scroll rods,
specifically the Millennium frame.
With the wait time undetermined for a stand from Needle Needs,
I did a bit of research and decided to go with a stand that is relatively new on the market!
I opted to go with the Just A Thought Needlework Stand, by Judy Odell! I couldn't wait for it to arrive, and let me tell you, it didn't take long! It arrived in short order and was impeccably packed!
Such a beautiful, beautiful work of art. The wood is exquisite. So beautiful! Did I mention it's beautiful?
Assembly was straightforward and simple. I was giddy when it when was done!
Besides the fact that there wasn't a wait that spans months, I loved that this stand was beautifully finished wood. And clean lines. And I love that it can accomodate both small and large frames!
If you're familiar with the Millennium frames, you know they are weighty pieces!
This will work just fine!
Adjustable height, and adjustable reach. It's just wonderful!
And I have mentioned how beautiful it is?
The craftsmanship is amazing.
Attention to detail is wonderful!
And Judy provides the most wonderful customer service
you can imagine.
The warmth of the wood just really appeals to me!
Now I find myself setting up a stitching corner!
I also am trying to get used to working at a floor stand.
It takes a bit of getting used to!
I'm currently just using a chair from the kitchen,
with extra support here and there.
I really need to figure out what sort of seating I want for my corner!
Do I want an upholstered dining chair type of seat?
A cushy, comfy chair?
What type of seat do you prefer to sit in while you stitch?
I really want to know! I'm on a mission to get this corner all set up!
Judy tells me she is working on attachments for this stand.
she's working on table top/lap stand too!
I can't wait for that! I can see that being very useful,
especially for retreats and stitching days away from the house!
If you're in the market for a fabulous stand that happens to be a beautiful work of art
and a fine addition to your decor, check out Judy's beautiful piece of furniture!
Now...about that chair....
what type of seating do you use?