No, not mine. I could only wish. I’m retiring the old short shank darning foot.
She’s quilted many, many miles with me, but after playing with the new feet, she just doesn’t have the flexibility to do it anymore. The Bernina was able to work through that, so I’ll save the foot for emergencies on her. But, the new feet have so much more flexibility to their movement that I’ll be using them. I didn’t even notice that the old foot had gotten stiff until I changed to the new.
Anyway, it has made all the difference free motion quilting on the 15-91. I was about to give up in frustration and decided to change feet instead and whammo-bammo, we’re off to the races.
I wanted to show the difference in scale for the picture of the front of the house.
Rob and I talked about it last night and we’ve decided we need to do a video of the whole process of this quilt. This weekend, I plan to wash the silk and make sure the blue marker will wash out and I plan to start the enlarged drawings that will be traced onto the quilt.
So much hinges on whether the washout marker damages the silk. It changes how this will be transferred to the silk and how much can be drawn in advance.
Be well. Have a great Friday. It’s supposed to rain here. Yay!!!