Creative days like these
I have a new post on the Bernina English language blog today about the inspiring demonstration of some new Bernina accessories and software I went to last week.
I took my amazing machine to Frank’s with me, because of late it’s been misbehaving and not responding to my gentle touches as it usually does. I left it for his technician to investigate and learned that the bobbin sensor was not working as it should. A new replacement part was ordered, arrived within 24 hours and hopefully, my machine will be home again in a couple of days, complete with a firmware update and refreshed from a little TLC!
I keep looking at the large space where it normally sits in my studio and feel quite bereft, even though I know I could get my older, Bernina 1630 out to play…or the even older still, Bernina 1030 (do you see a pattern here?) I know, however, I am not in the same league as many when it comes to collecting sewing machines! (You know who you are )
Speaking of Maggie (!) who came with me on Thursday and shared all the Quilting Ruler fun, on the way home we had a small errand to run for our dear friend Jordi, who had seen a couple of things online which she liked the look of. I immediately followed the link to Sue Brown’s blog and discovered that she’s just up the road from me, in Cheltenham. No need for mail order there, then!
So on the way home, Maggie and I spent a fascinating half hour looking around the yard ARTspace and just knew that we’ll be back there before long. There’s an interesting programme of workshops and classes, right up our alley, and Sue herself creates some amazing work.
So much inspiration on our doorstep and lovely friends to share it with.
Now, if only I could stop being bothered by that bird up there…