Well, now I'm down to the wire to get a project done and I've barely started. That's the BEST way to get stuff done, right?
I do have some photos from what I got done earlier and will be taking more as I really get rolling. There is a change in the photo quality mid-stream as my old, cheap camera gave up the ghost; I've replaced it with a new one. It's nothing fancy, still just a point and shoot type thing, but it means I have no excuse for not working because I can't record what I'm doing.
Before I dive into a big project, I'm finishing up some little ones. For both my small stuff and the large project ahead, I've set up my home machine. I'll be needing zigzag stitching in a few places and will be making lots of buttonholes. My machine is old, simple and totally awesome. I was gifted a Bernina 830 Record when I graduated from WWU in 2001; my aunt had purchased it new in 1977 and rarely used it, so passed it on to accompany the Pfaff Hobbylock 4842 that my parents had bought for me. Both of these machines are still in great working condition and see regular use, although I've used the industrial for the vast majority of my sewing since I bought it.
|This thing came with a jillion feet and a table (which I'm not using right now due to space constraints in my flat).|