I’ve been trying to take my Bernina 740 in for service for several weeks now but weather always got in the way. The owner, Carolyn, helped me for almost an hour showing me things to do and not to do with my machine. VERY HELPFUL!
(Look at those arthritic fingers! And yes, they do hurt.)
It’s been a week of fixing things – the ice maker, the email server, the sewing machine and now I need to take a deep breath!
It’s 40 degrees outside, melting, and has a feeling of spring!
Who can this be under the chair?
And I heard your requests to see Ernie Joe Mauer! Here he is in all his glory!
Look at those toes!
He’s much bigger than Hazel!
Remember those Hoya cuttings that I was rooting?
Just regular potting soil in a clay pot with drainage – I’ll keep you posted.
Here are photos from readers:
Here is the shirting fabric I bought for the back of my Farmers Daughter quilt for Jill.
I bought this Amazing Grace printed panel last summer – I’m going to put this black polka dot on the back and quilt it with straight lines to hang on my wall.
Yes, that’s Colton parked on top!!
That’s all for today – chore time!