Getting back on the saddle! Giddy-up!


Oh man, it’s been so long since I’ve sat down at my sewing machine….. and if we’re being real, I still haven’t sat at the machine while writing this post.  Oh yeah, I got a new machine – going industrial baby! My new machine is a Juki 2010q and really have sewn once on it.

New Juki 2010q

Don’t worry though, I’ve been prepping to sew like nobody’s business. Have you seen the new line from Emily Herrick’s new line Technicolor? Yeah, I’m putting those beauties with Elizabeth Hartman’s Rapid City pattern. I’m thinking it will be a great mash-up!

Emily at market
(Caption: Emily’s the shit and that ole’ guy is like “Wha?!?! You designed this whole booth?)

Metro City + Technicolor

 

I just have to cut up the background solid and then I’m ready to rock n’ roll!  

I’m also in the middle of cutting up another HK quilt – I’ve been commissioned to make one for a good buddy – hopefully I can get that done quilt top in the next couple weeks.

I’ve designed a couple pixelated quilts designs and just hammering on colors etc.  One is for a quilt along. . . and the other is just for a friend/trade.  I can’t wait to get those done to show you.

Oh if you’re looking to order some Technicolor – here’s some helpful shopping links (call me #enabler) :

Westwood Acres (best fat quarter bundle pricing)

Hawthorne Threads (best pricing to buy if you select your prints)

Fat Quarter Shop

Fabric Worm

Comments

  1. Nice!! That’s going to look awesome and yay for blogging again! Not that i would know what that’s all about.

  2. Lauren aka Giddy99 says:

    Hey, I recognize you! ;) Welcome back! I have a Juki 2010, too, and I LURVS it! :)

  3. I think you are right!! That should look awesome!! Can’t wait to see it come together!

  4. Woohoo! Congrats on your new machine! I have my eye on that or a Baby Lock Jane or Brother PQ1500S–all in the same semi-industrial family. Welcome back to blogging–can’t wait to see the quilt you make from that Technicolor line :)

  5. Your new machine looks cool and hope you show more…good luck getting going on your sewing list – sounds great!

  6. Great to hear your down to earth voice again! Those fabrics and pattern will be perfect.

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