This past week has been just a jumble of what's next. My Bernina 750 is in the shop. One week down and at least two more to go before I get it back. On a brighter note after talking to a good friend about that issue I was able to purchase her Bernina 480. She purchased it new in December and decided it was not for her.
The acrylic table came with it. It does operate in a similar manner like my 750. After a bit of time with the manual I am sewing again.I am back to working on my Wisteria project. I pulled out the pink Batiks I ordered and can now get going on it again.I enjoyed making my first landscape so much I decided to start another, more of a beach scene.More rows added which did require a quick trip to the quilt store.A bit of more quilting ideas beyond the mostly straight line quilting on my first landscape.And then I decided to really work at including even more quilting variety.This is treat time for my daughter's chickens. I think this is kale she grows for them. Happy little birds for sure.
And my grandson's, most recent project with their father. They told dad they wanted to make a hot rod. For years in the shop he has had a motor and the body, so figured it was the perfect project to keep them busy. Plus a good way to teach them all sorts of skills.