Wednesday, August 07, 2013

iPhone-o-Gram! Machines on the Ready!

I am packing Shamu for her very busy days ahead!

Lined up in front of the back seats are four beautiful vintage ladies – all cleaned, oiled and supplied with extra bobbins for those who need a machine during collaboration celebration!

We have one singer 500 a – Rocketeer, Two Singer 301 A's, And a sweet little featherweight – all ready for a long weekend of stitching!

They are tagged with the names of the quilters who have requested a machine for this event.

Over 40 women coming – you know it's going to be a good time down in Winston-Salem, North Carolina this weekend :-)

Which reminds me – I should grab an extra couple packs of needles, just in case. ((Yes, I am still making mental lists in my head – I don't want to forget anything.))

Somewhere along the line – I almost forgot about packing my own sewing stuff for my own projects.

If someone finds my brain up in Alaska, would they please return it to me ASAP!


  1. One can only imagine!!! Sure hope you are able to get some cabin time in soon.

    Drive safely, have fun and return home well.

  2. Extension Cords!!!

  3. Oh, I am so jealous! It's going to be amazing!

  4. You're a treasure to bring the extra machines! You always go above and beyond! No wonder your students take classes from you over and over again!

  5. I made it home about 2pm Partially unpacking, a little laundry and Ill be ready to assemble my things for CC!

  6. So other numbered Singers are in your inventory too? I am still looking for a 301, but saw some 400 and 500's too for sale. I need to learn more about them!

  7. I am lucky enough to be at the embassy suites awaiting the start of the celebration WOO HOO!!

    1. I am so jealous of you Beth. :-) You guys have a wonderful time. I hope to take a Bonnie class one of these days.

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