Isn’t Klinger a hoot!?
When I recieved a photo of Klinger sewing at a treadle machine, I went searching online for one that could be usable for a photo, was less grainy and more funny and…LOL, this cracks me up every time I look at it! Can’t you hear him singing in his very Klinger way?
Now look extra close to this photo and you will see that the fabric is right NEXT to the presser foot, but not UNDER it.
I need to find this epiode and watch it much more closely!
Two spools? One white and one red. Just whatever was he sewing here?
I want to share some Allietare Love sent in by Denise in Italy!
I love her floor, too.
I’m trying to decide if this is in her kitchen.
I'm "Denise from Italy" and I want to thank You for this wonderful quilt dedicated to my country. I'm happy You had fun when was here and I hope You come back soon maybe in Nord Adriatic side where I live.
I finish it and I send You some photos (it isn't a shine day, not so good for photos!), I really hope You like it.
Have a beautiful year,
I absolutely love knowing that Allietare is a hit, even in Italy where the inspiration for this design came from! So wonderful to know that our Mystery time is indeed GLOBAL.
I love that we are all connected that way.
We will be doing ONE MORE Mystery Link-Up on February 1st so we can share our progresses then. It will have been one month since the last one. I'm excited to see what you've done since then!
I shared this photo of string blocks in progress this morning!
Tonight I’m sewing at a 1950s Home-Mark badged Japanese import, a birthday find yesterday. I’m so thrilled with this machine! We’ve had a fun time getting to know each other today.
I am LOVING these blocks!
The variety in the greys that you have sent me is over-the-top wonderful, beyond my wildest imagination. Grey is such a tricky color. And we have ran the gamut from greys that go from a brownish, taupe-grey to a blue-grey, and even pushing the boundaries toward purple-grey. They are all playing so well together!
There are solids, tone-on-tones, geometrics, dots, stripes, recycled shirt plaids, modern prints, 1990s florals, reproduction Civil War prints, even 1930s greys.
I could NEVER have come up with this much variety myself, and again I have to thank you for adding so much fun to my birthday month with these! They are a gift that will keep on giving for a very long time.
So let’s sew, shall we? I’ve already got my mess going, so I’m not switching back to the Basket Project, that can go back burner while I play with these some more.
Click the arrow on the screen to start the feed. Let’s Sew!