I have to admit that this machine is kind of a sore spot in our house. I didn't want this machine. It was filthy. It was gummed up, I couldn't even tell what color it was when we got it. I was sure it was a waste of the $7. When my husband got it cleaned up, it was basically a new machine. There were no wear marks even on the foot.
I wish this machine lived at my house. This is my sister in law's machine. I quickly did a video on it after it had left the spa but before it returned to it's owner. She thinks it's great that her little machine is on the internet.
I still have a project to work up on this block. It looks like several of you though are already working with this block to come up with your own projects.
Number 2:I see I'm not the only one who likes this crazy log cabin quilt block. I love playing with fabric choice to set a traditional block on it's ear.
And now for the most watched video of the year drumroll please:My baby, the Supernova Julia. I thought I wasn't going to be getting this machine. I had watched it on Craigslist waiting for it to drop in price so that I could afford it. When it did, I pounced. I was emailing the owner back and forth when my heart sank. She emailed me telling me someone else was interested and the first person there would get the machine. I was frantically trying to get to her location before the other person, knowing I lived in the middle of nowhere I might not make it. When we got to the place and was loading the machine up my husband fessed up, he was the other person. He wanted to make sure I got the machine.
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