It’s our LAST Quilt-Cam of the year!
I’m not sure how I feel about that – where the heck did 2013 go?
I know it was a great year, full of wonderful people and fabulous places – but really…where does it go so quickly?
Here’s to hoping that 2014 is going to be JUST as wonderful if not more-so!
I get a kick out of people’s pets watching Quilt-Cam! What a hoot!
My siamese Toby likes watching you too, as I work on your mystery. :)I hope he’s watching tonight too!
I posted last night that I was happy-dancing due to finishing ALL of the square in a square cornerstones needed for my Cheddar Sampler. And I just couldn't STAND it..I had to lay them out!
The blocks came off the design wall!
I laid them out with the string sashings and the cornerstones --Ready to sew together!
Folding row 2 over row 1 with right sides together to start the webbing process!
I started out on my 1925 Singer 27 ---See how the rows are growing, and are connected to each other by the chaining threads? I web the whole top together this way.
But I’ve switched for tonight to a new acquisition ---
Yes, I convinced Santa that I was very very good – and I picked up this Singer 201-2 today off Craigslist in a neighboring town! Her serial number is AH843591 which dates her to 1948. I ran home with her, and cleaned her up a bit, gave her an oil and lube and set her 1/4” seam where it needs to be and we are ready to roll! The 201 is not belt driven – it has a “potted motor” and it turns the wheel so smoothly!
My block parts are laid right out in rows in the order they go so I can continue webbing this top together!
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