Another Quilt-Cam opportunity! How great!
Maybe we are making up for lost time?
Whatever the answer, I’m grateful for it.
It’s the perfect anecdote to my being home alone tonight ---and we can work together!
It’s been a wonderful day of sewing here at home with a few errands thrown in.
Anne in the UK has also been busy at it, finishing up her Spiderweb top and she wanted to share her story with us.
Ann from Norfolk, UK. Just thought I would show you my finished spiderweb top.
Last webcam I told you about the singer 216g I got for a song, Well, the cabinet was shot to pieces and I thought I would like a victorian table to put her in.
It looked a bit twee as she is a robust looking girl. Anyway I plumped for a nice 1920's oak treadle table. I bought it as "just the table" for £30.
When I collected it, it felt a bit heavy for just a table, but there was no mention of a machine.
Ann’s great find!
When I unloaded it from the car inside the table was a 1921 singer 66 blackside with a whole box of accessories. Luck was on my side today.
1921 accessories box and goodies!
As I am watching you in the wee hours I am giving her a good clean and overhaul.
Lovely quilt, Ann! And a terrific hidden surprise on the machine, she is a beauty!
Hope you and yours are all well. Ann.
I love the 66 model machines. They are very easy to run, and they have a drop in round bobbin so no separate case is needed, and you don’t have to deal with bullet shuttles and spindle bobbins. A great first treadle if you are in the game for one!
As for me tonight:
Pulling back out the APQ Quilt Along blocks!
Ive got many many more to make as you can tell by the pile of 4-patch units.
I’ve pulled out my 1960s Best Built in two tone robins egg blue and white –I haven’t had this one out to play in a while and I felt the need to switch machines around.
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Leave me a comment below and let me know what you are sewing on tonight! Got a question for me?? Leave one!