As you may remember, I have been without my machine for quite some time. While we were separated (over 6 weeks) I did manage to cut out two quilts and start an applique project. I had so badly wanted to make this log cabin quilt for Christmas, but it was not to be.
The week of Christmas, my machine was finished and I eagerly picked it up. I began making my blocks and loved how they turned out. I even got to use my favorite mini iron!
It felt so good to be quilting again. But, I noticed that even though the problem got fixed, in doing so my machine runs much slower and now there's a problem with the feeddogs not working properly. I really don't want to take my machine back for another lengthy repair, but I don't think I have a choice. Would you take it back to the same place or try a new repair shop? I do believe I'm going to have to buy a new machine and have no idea where to start with that process. Can't a girl just sew?