This blog is intended as a bulletin board to show the quilts I've been making on my vintage and treadle sewing machines. My husband and I collect antique and vintage sewing machines and I use them to make all my quilts. Here are some of the results.
Tuesday, 28 August 2012
Cute little sewing table...
A friend of mine wanted to get rid of this cute little sewing table so I decided to give it a loving home for now and see if it can be useful with my herd of antique and vintage sewing machines. Isn't it the cutest little table?
I tried a Pfaff machine that I have here, but the free arm is too wide. This Bernina 707 mini matic fits very nicely, except I have to find something thin to raise it just slightly. It has a nice large surface to piece quilt blocks on and a handy lower edge for your pin cushion, thread catcher, scissors, etc. I think I'll like this table...now to get the machine fixed so it'll sew. It has a few issues, but my trusty resident sewing machine repair guy could get it working again, I'm sure :-). It also folds flat so it will store conveniently in a corner.