I've shared before that my machine sits on an old Singer treadle that belonged to my grandmother. For piecing, it's great as a sewing table because not much work space is needed and there is very little fabric weight needing to be supported.
When it comes to sewing together larger sections or rows it becomes a bit more of a problem. Yesterday I put a T.V. tray beside on the left and it helped a lot, plus I can move to my dining table in those cases (which I need to do for machine quilting anyways), however....
....the Singer has this awesome folding extension table that I so far haven't figured out how to make use of because there's obviously a big hole where my Baby Lock would need to sit! Can anyone help me think of something thin, but very strong that I could place over that section that would be able to support my machine for times that I want to use the extension??
In other news, the Frankie top is finished!
And finally, for you Aurifil lovers out there who purchase online, I recently heard about Pumpkinvine Corner via Katie's Quilting Corner podcast (which I recommend!). Pumpkinvine Corner sells the 220yd spools for $3.69, the 1422yd spools for $8.79, and the huge cones (6452yds!!!!!!!) for $33.99. Anyone know if the huge cones can be used on a regular ole sewing machine?
Happy weekend everyone!