I've decided to sell my Pfaff Grand quilter & my Pfaff Creative Vision embroidery machine. The Grand quilter is about 6 years old & has around 25 hours of use on it, it comes with a stitch regulator & frame that supports a king sized quilt. I'm asking $1500 for it. The Creative Vision embroidery machine is only 2 years old, has extra feet & embroidery hoops. It originally sold for $10,000, minute the extra stuff I ought for it. I'm asking $5,000 for all of it. Both are in great shape. The creative vision also has a travel case & hard cover. Send me a private email if you're interested.
Saturday, June 2, 2012
When I get burnt out on quilting ( and I do from time to time), I weave a little. A couple of weeks ago i went to the Yarn & fiber show in Lexington. I bought this little rigid heddle loom, I have bigger ones, but I wanted something portable. Anyway, I dug out the weaving supplies id accumulated two years ago & begun weaving again. This project is a kitchen towel, I hope. It'll take a while to finish, so I'll probably begin another project on another loom before this one is done. To further my weaving hobby, I discovered a weaving & fiber supply shop over in Frankfort, about an hours drive from me. Since my daughter spins & knits, we took the trip over to the shop last week for supplies. She spins the fiber, then either I weave with it or she knits it up. The whole process works pretty well together. Tis, along with sewing & quilting, serves as my therapy for living with a granddaughter with autism.,it also helps with other stresses as well.mill post pics of the finished towels when they're done. Stay tuned . . .