September 18, 2021
SAVE THE DATE!
The Quilt Studio in Afton
Open House and Quilter’s Garage Sale. October 2, from 10:00 – 2:00.
I spent a week, cleaning out my back storage closet…and sorting through my UFOs, fabric, books, and patterns. I’m offering a lot of my stash for sale after I decided I will never live long enough to finish all of these projects!!
Photos of some items for sale.
Sewing Machines for sale….
Bernina 1530 sewing machine with lots of feet.
- Needle Threader
- Needle Up/Down Setting
- Embroidery Stitches
- One step buttonhole
- Free Arm
- Adjustable Stitch Length and Width
- Adjustable Presser Foot Pressure
- Adjustable Needle Position
Sailrite Ultrafeed LSZ-1-BASIC Walking Foot Sewing Machine
The Sailrite® Ultrafeed® LSZ-1 BASIC Sewing Machine package features our powerful, portable, straight/zigzag stitch walking foot sewing machine. This package is perfect for first-time sewers who are looking for an easily portable, heavy-duty machine, for boat owners looking to sew heavy canvas or sailcloth on their boat, or for a home sewer wanting a machine that can handle heavy sewing assemblies. The Ultrafeed LSZ-1 Sewing Machine excels in performance and versatility, sewing in both straight and zigzag stitches. Built with the toughest, most dependable parts, the Ultrafeed easily sews through heavy materials like sailcloth, heavy canvas, denim and upholstery fabrics, but it’s also versatile enough to sew through lighter home fabrics with ease. Its sewing capabilities have been proven in up to 10 layers of heavy canvas and eight layers of Dacron sailcloth.
Also for sale:
Some older vintage sewing machines
New and Antique Quilts
Household items shown below…and more!
We hope you can stop by on October 2 to see if you need anything.
Outside of the house we watched as our landscape team from WindRidge were finally able to deliver our new pool. http://www.windridgelandscaping.com/
First they dug out a very big hole…and then filled it with the pool.
It will be a few more weeks before all the landscaping work is finish, but it’s looking great.
I taught my first Virtual Class on September 11 through the Virginia Consortium of Quilters.
The class was titled Fearless Applique and students learned 8 different ways to applique.
And….. it was grape picking time in the vineyard.
This year we had our first real crop…the red grapes will become a rosé.
The Vidal Blanc is still on the vines, and will be picked this week.