Originally Posted by redbugsullivan
Originally Posted by Rodney
I may have the opportunity to display some at next year's fair in the 4H sewing exhibit. I'm hoping to have a few older ones set up that people can sew with if they want. I'll have to try to get a good variety before then. I'm hoping it works out.
That is exactly what my husband wants to happen. Too many of our young folk dismiss machines that are not push button. Our hope is that real machines, with opportunity, will turn the heads of our youth and increase their creativity
Climax Kate is happily rehomed. Good thing, because my new sewing room is already filling faster than I ever imagined. Tonight, a Domestic White is going to a family so their Granny can teach the kids how to sew. More to do, and less time than I ever imagined.
At least I know what I love and act accordingly. Time is just that, time. My machines wait for me. Somedays, I wish the rest of the world would.
Originally Posted by leatheflea
At last it's done! My pictures aren't real good. What I wouldn't give for a studio with more natural lighting. Well anyway, this little quilt is my design. It's a old quilt block pattern that I redesigned. It was great for using up some small pieces of scrap. How many different fabrics? I'm not sure but I can tell you there's over 50, might be closer to 100. Some dating back at least 40 years, some brand new...and don't tell anybody but there's a few sheets and shirts in there too, it'll
Can anyone tell how estate sales go . I know this sounds crazy . I have been just don't know about the prices do they useably go cheap are they one price the first then before the end they mark them down. There is one in my area that I would like to go to. They have a lot of sewing machines and sewing supply's. But if this is one where they are marked high then start marking down. I am disable and can't be going much.
The new Brother Dream Maker sewing, quilting, embroidery machine- with every bell and whistle possible- does anyone know what it costs?!
Looking to find a good vintage zig zag machine. Saw a singer 457 at thrift store but didn't want plastic gears. Suggestions on what to look for?
D9P is cotton top and muslin back with poly batting--lap-size
Baby blanket is a panel, cotton top and flannel back with poly batting
Sampler made from donated 2.5 strips of guild remnants. At 1st was really puzzled how/if it would come together.. Turned out OK!
Jacket made from sweatshirt, and strips of fabric, quilt as you go method.. My favorite blazer, getting great reviews from everyone who love the color combination.
Made from guild members donated scraps and some guild garage sale fabrics.