And my sister had inherited my paternal grandmother's 2 sewing machines, which she just gave to me. I just had them serviced, and these babies sew like a dream!
My daughter has laid claim to this one,
and she shall be named Louise.
So now, Alyssa has 2 sewing machines. My dear sweet Granny gave this one to her when she was 4 years old ...
after I foolishly bought my 4 year old this...
let me just say, Ladies, if your wee one wants to sew, please don't buy her a toy sewing machine. They are really just crap. Little girls need a sewing machine that is easy to use, and works the way a sewing machine is supposed to work... a real sewing machine. Therefore nurturing an interest... not quashing one.
Now this little baby, I do love, her name is Bernadette.
You Bernina owners know what I mean. Yes they are pricey... but I have never ever had a problem with my Bernina, and I have had this one for about 17 years. It never needs servicing.
Rounding out my sewing machine family, is this Kenmore...
again a great sewing machine.
Okay, I know that the 2 of us don't need 7 sewing machines, but I am hoping to start teaching some classes, and these extras will come in handy.
Any of you local girls interested in taking a class?