I'm linking up today to the meet: My Machine party going on this week, hosted by Sew at Home Mummy and The Tilted Quilt. It has been so much fun reading about what machines other people are using.
After I got her, I also ordered a walking foot and a embroidery foot for free-motion quilting. Those two feet have really changed my quilting. I used to do all my quilting by hand, which took forever. Now I can machine quilt, which takes a lot less time. Plus, I can play around with much fancier designs than I would ever have attempted by hand, again because of the time factor. I'm still learning, and having a blast.
In the picture, my machine is set up on my sewing table, otherwise known as our kitchen table. It's a very hard working table, serving as snack space, homework space, art centre, sewing table and main eating table for our family of five. Only once have I declared an 'eating at the coffee table' supper because the quilt had taken over the kitchen table and couldn't be moved. That's not to say it won't happen again.
And here's the inside view. As I said, not a hint of order to be seen. I'm slowly cutting the small pieces into more useable units so it will be even easier to make my scrap quilts. In the meantime, I do enjoy rummaging through this mess of possibilities.
Thanks for stopping by to meet my machine.