and I’m looking at the Husqvarna 835, which has the longer arm which would be nice. Does anyone have one? The other machine I’m considering is the Bernina 330, which also has exactly the stitch I want, an adjustable, single, vertical stitch, blanket-stitch, and both machines are around the same price. I’d love to hear your opinions on these machines.
It’s going to be very quiet around these parts with Margaret flying out to the US this morning. I’ve sent our very good friend Irene Blanck, a local applique superstar in these parts, with her to keep her out trouble! 🙂
The girls are off to Paducah and then the east coast so if you get the chance to catch up with them grab it, they’re lots of fun! Both Margaret & Irene are intending to blog, and Margaret is going to use her new Facebook page to keep us updated on their shenanigans as well.
I’m fast finishing a new quilt I’ve been doing, Sunflowers & Willows, most of the applique is done, and it’s almost time to attach the borders and then the last border appliqued on. The last applique will be on the outside edge, scalloped, similar to the frills around the flowers just a bit bigger, not so fine.
I started this as a bit of an excuse to get rid of the fabrics I’ve used in the background and went from there. It’s got at least two, no make that three, fabrics from Margaret’s stash.
I need to get it finished as I just busting to start another new quilt I’ve designed and have chosen nearly all the fabrics. Remember my search for some gold fabric awhile ago? well I ended up with about 3 metres and here’s me doing a little planning.
Yes, sometimes I photocopy the fabric if I’m not sure of a combination or want to do a quick mockup without cutting into my precious fabric.
And I took another quilt out to try and get a half decent photo of it but little joy as my camera really doesn’t want to play nice.
Well it’s time to go, Margaret has left me some homework, ie blocks from our Red & White version of her Maltaville, I’m not complaining, it was my idea after all!