However, my new machine that I drooled over for a month or so was a Brother CP7500. Just think needle down, thread cutter, drop in bobbin, 70 stitches, stop and go push button, backstitch button, DROP DOWN feeddogs, woo-hoo, oh and computerized. I liked my little Janome just fine (and think I'll keep it, although honey mentioned ebay'g it. O_O ah, umm), but I love my new sewing machine. It opens a few more options up to me and makes it easier to do what I need to do to make fabulous new quilts and to start sewing my own clothes.
Thankfully I found Prairie Moon Quilts: 350 Block Project. a month or so ago. This will hopefully help me be more accountable for doing some blocks regularly. The whole report in idea. So for February I did 20 blocks! Yeah me!!!! Okay, maybe to some of you that's nothing. But for a new quilter who is still trying to put her sewing/craft room together and learn other new roles life threw at me (rather I volunteered for [Toastmasters speech contest, Cub Scout Commissioner, rewriting my Belly Dance course,
Oh, it's date night. Um, well honey's a bit under the weather, soooooo. If he just wants to crash and rest when he gets home tonight, being the good little wife I am I think I'll just let him go to bed and sacrifice my date night for his rest. I mean, I can always just go to my room. My sewing room, lol. You know as I
Love and Shimmies, Steph!