Aurifil thread 2310

Quilt Studio Stash Addition Goodies

Quilt Studio Stash Addition Goodies

Quilt Studio Stash Addition Goodies

It has been a busy week and my FedEx driver said he stopped at my house every day last week! Yippee! I love quilt studio stash addition goodies!

I just finished up a quilt that I’ll be sharing on Monday. I was almost done when I ran out of my Aurifil #2310, luckily I had another spool of Aurifil #2311 which is almost the same color. Once I have the tension set correctly on my vintage 15-91 Singer for Aurifil thread I don’t want to change it.

Aurifil thread 2310

Last week I ordered the Super Easy Machine Needle Inserter and Threader to help me thread my sewing machine needles.

I don’t go for a new eye exam until July but I have a feeling my eyes are getting worse.  I received a newsletter from The Singer Featherweight Shop and watched a little video showing how to use it and decided I needed it.

I’m not affiliated with the shop but they have all kinds of things for your Featherweight machines. I bought a package of bobbins for my Featherweight and then two packages of bobbins for my 15-91 Singer. The last 3 packages I bought from Joanns were all too small to find on the bobbin winder and I couldn’t use them. The Singer Featherweight Shop talked about the difference between cheap bobbins and good ones. Their price was a little higher but……all of the bobbins work!

Featherweight acessories

I also picked up a couple Chestnut Street Jolly Bars for a upcoming project with the Fat Quarter Shop.

This is the same fabric line from Fig Tree & Co that I used last month for my Dutch Tulips quilt. I couldn’t resist making something else with the whole line.

Chestnut Street Fabric

I have a full list of quilts and projects that I’ll be working on the next couple of months! This includes quilts for Island Batik, projects that I’ll share as a Island Batik ambassador, AccuQuilt projects, a few things for the Fat Quarter Shop and….something else that I can’t share right now. Busy, busy!!

I received the AccuQuilt GO! Sleigh & Snow Flakes die and the AccuQuilt GO! Orange Peel die for a couple of blog posts on the AccuQuilt blog. Which one do you think I’ll use first? I have a Snow Flake Table Topper tutorial you might like.

AccuQuilt dies for June July post

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6 Comments

  1. I think having a very good relationship with the UPS deliverer is very important. You really do stay busy and productive and I love seeing what you create. Happy Sewing Dear…<3

  2. Thank you, Connie, for highlighting the Featherweight Shop! I need a couple of things for my machine and where I use to order from has closed. So big hugs and thanks!

  3. I remember when you made that bag. I signed up for the class then and never made the bag!! Time to go back and look at that class.
    Connie, that tool to put in a needle is great. I don’t have a Singer but it would be helpful on any machine. When I began quilting, I bought an inexpensive Brother to begin with. The first time I went to put in a new needle, I dropped it. I couldn’t have done this if I’d tried, but it went straight down down through the needle plate never to be seen again. Now when I insert a new needle, I’m careful to cover the needle plate to prevent that happening again.

    1. I remember also Pat! I think the needle threader would probably work on just about any sewing machine, I’ll be trying it out soon!

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