And I rather like it. I had thought about putting another border on it but decided no. I have backing ready, too, but I'm really not sure who this one will go to yet, so I'll wait to quilt it until I know.
Mr. Muddling completed the refurbishing of this little Singer 99. This little cutie was born in 1927. I think she is beautiful. As you can see I was sewing the final borders on with it the other night. And she did a marvelous job!
This is the machine that has the knee controller. It works really well.
I am so glad that we are able to save some of these old machines and put them to use. I bought this one from Goodwill. That means that someone just gave it away.
I am also glad that my Sweetie enjoys working on these old jewels. He encourages me to buy more! How neat is that!!! No wonder I love him.
I've had these half yard cuts of young Mr. Paddington Bear for a while now. He's been telling me it's time for him to make someone a nice quilt.
What? Your fabrics don't talk to you?
It's good to have fun, and I truly hope you're having some - whatever you're doing!
Hugs and kisses,