Last week while looking through items at our local Desert Industries (thrift store) I came across a vintage White sewing machine. It did not have a zig zag foot so I didn't try it out. Well, today I went back & the machine was still there. I had a sewing bag with me with fabric, thread, and yes, a zig zag foot. Hauled that sucker over to the "give it a try" counter. Put the foot on, plugged her in, adjusted tension & she purred liked a kitten. The carrying case is in fair shape but the machine is a sweetheart. No cams came with it but she does a straight stitch, zig zag, & blind stitch. Now, I found the manager & asked him if the machine could be marked down. He went to his office. I continued to sew on her. Back he came & hit me with $15. I lugged that 30 lb. puppy up to the counter & she was all mine. At home she & the case had a good scrubbing, then oiled & adjusted the machine. Can I just say I love vintage!
No actual sewing happened today as the weather was so nice I worked outside. BBQ with the kids, played with Hannah, had a great day.
Maybe sewing tomorrow after church.
Finished the first of a few wildlife quilts. I call it "High Meadow". Cut the wildlife units from a panel. Used charm packs for the nine patch units. Added sashing to all units. Measures 80" X 82". Hubby loves this one too. Backed with soft cuddle flannel. Free motion meandering machine quilting which crosses over each other every once in a while. Reminded me of the tracks you see in nature.
Love the fabrics in this quilt
The wildlife blocks were beautiful.
Soft cuddle flannel on the back.
Wind was blowing so this is the best photo of the label.