Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: Paris, TN
Submit Photo: 6
Photo Submissions 10 Times in 10 Posts
FOR THE QUILTERS AND SEWERS
You know life has a way of changing ones plans. About 4 years ago after my mother died I bought an embrodiery machine and the computer software. I thought that I could retire and not have to go to work every day and I would do wonders with the new machine. But life happens and I still work every day and never used the machine except to put our company name on several shirts. Last month I sat down at it and now I have no idea what to do and I can't find the software for the computer and I decided that I am never going to use this thing again. If I want to embroidery, I will get out the floss and hoops. Anyway, it is a Baby Lock Elure and has no hours on it. I want to sell it and thought I would offer it to forum members before I put an ad in the paper. I don't even remember what I paid for it, I know that the software was an additional 1200 or so. (but I can't find it). So if anyone of you want to make an offer, I will entertain most any offer. You would have to pay the shipping though. It has one feature that I like as far as sewing goes and that is a real basting stitch--like you would do by hand. I have the table that goes with it also.
I cleaned out my sewing room over the weekend and turned it into a room for my grandchildren. I of course kept my Huscavarna sewing machine and serger. I may want to do anothe quilt top or something. But I am definitely done with fashion sewing. I am to old to tailor things anymore and actually have no desire to do so. I will probably go back to the needlepointing that I can do in the winter time and play with Rosie and grandchildren.
Actually, I had hoped to sew for my granddaughters and was having a really good time doing so; but the other grandmother has only the two and she is the manager of a Peeples. so the girls get all the latest things and I didn't want to spoil her fun, so I quit sewing for them.
To much information I know. But if anyone is interested, let me know in the next week before I put an ad in the paper.