Do you see her there? At my dining room table??
The lovely Miss Sapphire.
She moved in toward the end of February.
She is a pretty fancy lady and there is much to learn about her.
He even made the 3 hour trip to Sioux Falls to visit the best sewing repair shop in the state.
It was not good news.
Well, once you've used a Viking, you'll never go back.
The exclusive sensor system allows you to sew from a single layer to up and over several layers of heavy fabrics without skipping a stitch...it is just smart that way.
Not to mention, I can, once again, stitch buttons, and beautiful blind hems...
I was drawn to the extended open arm, perfect for quilting projects.
The needle up/needle down feature spoils me...always up at the end...always down for pivoting...
And no words can describe how excited I am about all of this!
While Miss Sapphire would love to remain the center of attention,
our family occasionally eats at our dining room table.
Miss Sapphire does have her own place in my sewing studio.
It just wouldn't be right if I didn't mention the weather here.
This is the week's forecast...
...factor the heat index, and it feels like 105 degrees.
Where's our snow when we need it?
It's a great day for a cool dessert.
(I posted this on my blog on July 10, 2008.)
And today I am participating in a Virtual Ice Cream Social at Kitchen Bouquet.
Stop over to see recipes for many more tempting treats.
to see many more fabulous creations.