Hello, hello, is anybody still out there?
This has been one heck of a winter. We still have about two feet of snow on the ground but at least we have sunshine and blue skies today.
I recently treated myself to a new friend for spring sewing. Look at her; she's a sweet celery colored Singer featherweight - just right for getting into the spring sewing swing. I know what you are thinking. Some of you may think I have enough sewing machines, others of you know and understand. Really, this wasn't just a new, for play, machine. Really.
Miss P and her friends are at just the right age for learning to sew. SO, I was thinking that I could get back into teaching kids sewing classes and maybe even have a kids sewing camp this summer. I'd like to have five kids sewing at a time so I really need ONE MORE featherweight.
Still, I need to get her broken in and make sure she'll be a good machine for classes.
See, I have a fresh spring colored project ready to go.
I'll be making a baby quilt from Jaybird's Science Fair pattern. It's always good to have a few baby quilts on hand.
I'm hoping for this winter to melt away into the past and happier, sunnier, less stressful days for sewing to sprout up.
I'm linking up with Kim's Saturday SEWjo