“ Hi, Laura, I just wanted to thank you for posting instructions on your website for a Walker Bag. I made this one for an elderly friend who is recuperating from a broken leg and will definitely keep these instructions handy to make more for others in the future. I also included your link in a post on my blog, Piecework TreasuresI wrote today about this project. Thanks again so much for sharing.”
Lisa is an excellent seamstress. You may enjoy seeing her and all the beautiful things she has made. I enjoy her blog and receive regular updates in my mail box from her.
This is a story shared with me some time back and, with permission, I’ve chosen to share with you. If you have a similar story that you’d like to share, I’d love to hear it. If you’re a shutterbug, then I’d love to see it because I find inspiration in hearing from you. Hopefully, others will too.
Reading posts with friends on Facebook about how much drama occurs in holiday get togethers gave me the idea to make this design. I wasn’t sure it was a good idea at the time but friends chimed in telling me to make it, ‘it is necessary’.
I made this quilt for my friend Paula to display wherever and whenever she deems necessary.
What a godsend! The addition of these lights is an amazing addition to your machine and sewing pleasure. To experience it is to believe it!
If your machine doesn’t have LED lights under the head or not enough of them, you can easily add them with this kit. I endorse this product because I have it and it has greatly improved my visual acuity while sewing. I can clearly see what is going on on the right side of the needle.
As I have gotten older I found it more and more difficult to see clearly what I was sewing under the head of the machine. My hubby purchased one of these kits for me.