working on. It's an old braid top that I pieced probably 10 years ago or more. It was fun to
be reminded of all the fabric scraps I had then. I remember them well- don't you remember fabrics
when you see them in somebody else's quilts? I use to LOVE seeing scrap quilts in
magazines when I could pick out some that I had in my stash. These days, it seems like the magazines have all NEW fabrics used, usually "compliments of XYZ company".
This is a blurry shot of how the Gammill parts were spread all over the store. It was pretty scary having customers traipse all the way to the deli case through all my equipment. Adults weren't so bad, but their kids were! Had to ask 1 lady to get her kids off my stuff! (not in those words, of course.)
We only had 1 mishap. The right-hand switch at the back of the machine got messed up somehow. I'd seen the top of the button come out but couldn't at that time get it re-assemled. When I loaded it yesterday, it was obvious something was wrong because the machine would go on it's own- off, on, off, on, and I wasn't touching any buttons! So I changed out that switch and all was FINE! I'd bet you had NO IDEA that I'm an electronics wizard! I did take some electronics courses before I retired- I even passed the TKT at the telephone company! That experience has helped me several times. Once I had to solder an old switch before I got the machine upgraded. Then yesterday, the change was a simple unplug & plug in the new switch. Love upgrades!
Now it lies flat while working with the book. GREAT !
Hope to see you soon!