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08 March 2013

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ellen patton

I WANT THAT SEWING MACHINE!!!

Tara

This is one of the blocks I drafted up for Ange's BOM. It's one from that Japanese book of blocks. I'd tell you the name, but I can't read it, lol! Looks great!

krista

This is such a cool block! Addicted to inset seams though? You're crazy! :)

Anne

I agree with Ellen up there:
I WANT THAT SEWING MACHINE!!!

Great block, but I have never tried a Y seam and not sure I'm ready for that!!

Gene Black

LOL...you really should have talked about THAT SEWING MACHINE! It is so SEW pretty. It reminds me of a car from the 50s. I love the color and the style of it. not that I need another sewing machine, but I WANT that one or one just like it.

Yes, your bunny is adorable.

Darcy

I would love to make that block. Will you make it available? I, too, like y-seams!

Chase

Love both blocks!! When school is done.. I hope to play more Y-seam and paper piecing. It has been long time since I have work around precious works. :) p.s. I found another feedsack friend here..:)

Peggy

Are you going to make that pattern available? I love it!

elsa

Love the blocks ~ I've not done y-seams yet, but next Thursday I'm going on a sewing retreat and I'm planning on making a block that has them. Lucky for me I'll be in the company of lots of seasoned sewists ~ so I'll be sure to have help (even if I don't want it ~ teehee).

Tammy

OMG...love that machine...Great block by the way. It is beautiful

Carla

I'm with everyone else...in love with the machine. Please tell us about her! I just ran to my sewing room to look at a block that I made last year that is very similar. The only difference is that the center portion of the block is a curved seam rather than straight....a real glutton for punishment, huh!

Jayme C

Your machine looks to be in WAY better condition than mine!

http://findingsweetland.blogspot.com/2012/09/diamond-in-rough.html?m=1

These machines were made by Janome back in the day. And they have a box of "cams" that you can stick in the top of the machine to provide you with different decorative stitches.

I can't wait to hear more about yours!!!

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