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March 24, 2020
Sewing Machine Stories from Patchwork Times by Judy Laquidara

Some have heard these stories, or at least parts of them but some haven’t. Bernina Back in about 1981, I was just starting to do machine piecing but I was also making smocked children’s clothes. I had an old Singer Golden Touch & Sew that I had gotten while in high school so . ....

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March 4, 2020
A Baby Lock Partnership from Expect Moore

Hey Quilting Friends! I’m over-the-moon excited to share with you that I am now an Influencer with Baby Lock! This is such an incredibly amazing opportunity, and I’m thrilled! They have so many incredibly talented influencers on their team, it is an absolute dream to be in their company. Today is another day where I’m […]

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November 20, 2019
Quilting this little quilt from Quilting Lots Moore Designs

Made this little one completely out of my leftovers from another baby quilt.  It will be a donation quilt for the neonatal unit in one of our hospitals...not sure which one to send it to yet.  Hoping to get another couple done before I send it off,  It's good to be able to finish something quickly.

Managed to get some practice with my ruler foot on my domestic machine.  Quite different action compared to my long arm machine I had to let go.  Enjoying learning though, and the Janome 9450QCP is such a lovely machine to quilt with ...

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November 17, 2019
Long Time No See and a New Machine from Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting

Wow, I haven't blogged since Oct. 1st.  I've been stitching, but not much.  I've been busy trying to save several of my Yahoo sewing machine groups.  Yahoo will be deleting photos, files and such on Dec.14th.  I hate to see all that great info being lost. 

A few days ago I was asked if I'd like another vintage sewing machine.  Today I picked it up.
1950 Singer 15-91 #AJ489583

The machine came in a desk style cabinet.  I seldom keep the cabinets, since they take up so much room, but I might keep this one ...

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October 14, 2019
Let the Sunflowers shine... from Quilting Lots Moore Designs

Way back in September 2011, I visited my online quilting friend in small town Kansas - Parsons to be exact.  It was a very special time for me and I so enjoyed meeting Barbara and her daughter Jackie.  Because of Parsons geographical position, it was easy to visit four states within a couple of hours - it sits near the crossroads of Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas and Kansas.  Such fun!
While I was there, Barbara asked me to give a talk to her local guild, then it became a few of the little outlying guilds until we ended up with 70 plus people ...

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October 2, 2019
Lyon's Farm Fall Festival 2019 from Cheryl's Teapots2Quilting

This past weekend was the Lyon's Farm Fall Festival.  I've participated in this festival since 2012.  The first year, I took 4 sewing machines.  This year I took 13 sewing machines.  I had less space this year, so my booth was a bit crowded. (the first year I had the whole building to myself).





One of the vendors sold old jewelry.  She had a (new) sewing machine pin, and I just had to buy it.  It looks like my Willcox & Gibbs chainstich machine.


I wasn't the only one sewing at the festival.  The Quilter's Dozen has ...

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