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.
Quilt Studio Stash Addition Goodies
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 Joann’s 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!
I also picked up a couple of Chestnut Street Jolly Bars for an 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.
I have a full list of quilts and projects that I’ll be working on over the next couple of months! This includes quilts for Island Batik, projects that I’ll share as an 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.