Before I show you the awesome goodness, I wanted to show you my Anne of Green Gables Quilt.
I just love the fabric by Riley Blake. I actually have all of the squares put together just no borders yet, gonna let my sister catch up some.
Okay, the next pictures are my birthday hall from Inchworm fabrics. Most of you know this is my sister, Jeanette's store. I actually purchased some fabric from Quilt in a Day but that has not come in yet.
So without further jabbering I am going to show you Java Batiks from Inchworm Fabrics
Stone Java Batik BundleDid you know you can get a 10 fat quarter bundle of Java Batiks for 21.00 in her store?
Rose Java Batik Bundle
Blue Java Batik Bundle
Green Java Batik Bundle
Seeds of Glory 5 yard bundle by Stacy West of Buttermilk Basic Designs Co. for Riley Blake
BE STILL MY HEART...... I can not get enough batiks to save my soul
I wanted to tell you about my Juki sewing machine. I have had it for maybe 3 years.
It actually was acting funny from day one. It would go slow and then fast, finally it started shutting off. It was so bad that one night I just knew it was dead. I was really disappointed because I did not want to purchase another machine and well.....it was fairly new, and I was thinking I just ran it into the ground.
Then next day it did run but would shut off again. So I unplugged it and put it in another socket of my power cord, didn't work. So I was just going to take it to the shed and that would be that. But.....on my way out I decided to try it in the wall socket in the dinning room. Guess what, it worked. So I came back to my sewing room and put it in the last plug of the power cord, I guess that is what you call it, the cord you can plug several things into. It did work but still had issues. I was talking to my husband and we both decided to just plug it into the wall. Low and behold it worked and it worked good. No more slow then fast...no more going out. So all along it should have been plugged into the wall. I am so happy, it works better than when I got it because it has always been on a power cord with other machines and the iron.
Well....my sister, Beverly, was telling me her Juki died, her's was a little older than mine. I was so excited when I got my working again that I called her. She called me back and said her machine was working and to this day, it is still working. Yeah us!!