My friend Helen has a lovely spot to do her
She uses her dining area, with her little sewing
table similar to mine which has her machine
even with the table.
When the little table is taken back to her city home, she collapses it, puts it into a carry all which has wheels.
It was purchased in the US last winter. Helen is like me in that she likes to sew with the machine even with the table. It makes for less stress on the shoulders and the back when quilting.
We who move around and machine quilt too must improvise our little spots. Karen (Karen Quilts) has been travelling for the past month or so and has her fabrics cut and sorted for camping for two months. A lot of planning goes on for those of us who have the addiction.
Did I tell you of the visits of the couple of cottagers who came to see the quilts after reading my little article by Helen? Well they arrived by boat, going down wind so the driver decided at the last moment that it was a bad idea, just as the other person was reaching for the dock, the driver backed up....the reaching person ended up reaching for water....too funny! She saved two pairs of glasses, her one shoe, having left the other in the boat, and only her cheerfulness let us know that we could roar with laughter.
The driver of the boat had a hard time docking since she was laughing so hard! I just carried a large towel for our visitor!
We had a lovely time looking at quilts, but what surprised me was that they didn't quilt at all!
I'm still having dowloading trouble, so the awesome photos of the weekend with the kids will keep for now.
It is so windy on the lake that only the very needy and brave are venturing out! Huge gusts are rocking our docks to the point that it really isn't safe to even go on them. The sun is shining though, so I'm not too troubled by the winds.