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Thanks for the pics. They helped confirm that what we thought you said is what you meant.
I love your quilts and your machines, I have two 301s that get lots of use. I am now working on a paper pieced project with my 1891 Jones and Co. hand crank. I'm sure your aunts are going to love their quilts. DJ
I gotta research "paper pieced quilts". I have no idea what that means.
That sure is a tiny looking Pfaff, is that a 3/4 size machine or an optional delusion?
I like your sewing machine cover too. I have 4 featherweights.
Thank you. Lately all of my quilts go to the 2 charities that I sew quilts for; The Linus Connection and Thank You Quilters.
I made this starting yesterday quilting the material and cutting out. Sewed it together today. It is a nasty wintery mix day here today. I use a Singer Merritt for the quilting and 301 for putting it together.
PS: Is it ok to post other items on here besides quilts when they are made with a vintage machine?
Quilting with a friend keeps me in stitches.
Through Christ who strengthens me, I can do all things. - Paul
I know whom I have believed and am persuaded that He is able to keep that which I committed unto Him against that Day. - Paul
Chris, servant to three demanding cats
Trish your bag is adorable! All things made with vintage machines are prized here!
Gramquilter2, I love your sewing machine cover!
Joe, actually that is a Pfaff 1222e - which is a full sized machine! I think it looks funny because of the angle of the photo.
Thanks. The angle and size of the quilt really makes it look small.
Optical illusion most definitely.
Its a 1222E, full size machine, has 8" of throat space. My first electric Pfaff. My favorite machine for binding quilts; has the IDT (aka:built in walking foot).
It is hard to take a picture where my cabinet is, as the space is kinda tight and not much room to stand back to get a good shot.
Last edited by purplefiend; 02-27-2013 at 03:48 PM.