Welcome to another addition of Put your foot down, thank you for joining us. In case this is your first time visiting, Put your foot down in a weekly linky party occurring every Thursday. Though fiber arts is the preferred medium, you can share other crafty projects as well, so let get inspired.
What’s under my foot
Island Batik Fruit and Veggies designed by Kathy Engle, it’s one of the the FW2022 collections. Pre-cuts are available in shops now with yardage shipping in February. A quick google search reveals Creekside Quilts in the Portland. Or area has them in stock. I love green!
Fruit and Veggies will be included in the first Island Batik Blog Hop of the year in February. Mark your calendars.
Speaking of green…
My new sewing machine arrived Sunday. It had a rough trip. The styrofoam was busted into many pieces, the box was damp with one wet corner and it just didn’t sound right. I took a couple videos and sent them to the dealer and they promptly called me Monday morning. It’s replacement arrived yesterday. Excellent customer service from Ken’s Sewing Center in Muscle Shoals, Al.
As difficult as it is to say, considering how much I loved my Juki TL2010Q, the Elna Elnita EF1 is far superior.The only thing I am missing is rocking back on the foot pedal to cut the thread. The Juki extension table is also a match as you can see.
Your shares from last week
You can view last week’s linky party here.
Gene from Creative Soul shared this beauty he made almost 6 years ago. It reminds me of looking through crystal.
From Pinker and Punkin Quilting and Stitching, a stunning redwork quilt called Frosty McChill. She has more great photos to see of this finish on her blog