There's not much quilting going on here lately. My beloved Bernina is in the shop for a tune up and a minor repair. And, since the local dealer is retiring and forever closing his doors, everyone in town has their machine in for a tune up. The turn around time is going to be three to four weeks. Arrgh!
My quilting has come to an abrupt halt and I am definitely suffering some separation anxiety!
I have carted that Kenmore from Utah to Texas, across the Pacific to the humid, dusty island of Maui for three years, and then back across that same ocean in the hold of a damp cargo ship, when we moved back to the mainland. Through it all that baby is still going strong. I guess you could say I have gotten my $350.00 worth out of it. Don't you think?
While I can't do any quilting and my nephew's new son is going to have to wait a bit for his quilt, at least I can sew quilt tops and some other crafty projects I have been wanting to work on.
This fashionable piggy is by far my favorite. I mean who can resist that kicky, little skirt? A definite must have for this spring seaon.
Pink Chalk Fabric. If you are looking for a quiet, low-tech toy to spark the imagination, this is great. They were a huge hit. Little Naomi was enthralled.
Love. These. Boys.