Well it's a simple thing but it's amazing how much easier it is to thread the needle when the machine light works. I've been going through so many globes that I thought my machine must be faulty. It's a 30 year old machine and I've sewed and machine quilted over 2,000 quilts on it. It's getting a heavy work-out now with putting the QAYG quilt blocks together into large quilts.
The needle threader isn't working again either but as I've just had it fixed for $90 I can manage without it for a while.
I've been busy with paid work but also making backs for donated tops and I've been quilting some of them on my short arm quilting machine. Today I need to finish off binding on some more and then I'll post photos on my other blog at http:ozcomfortquilts.blogspot.com
This quilt was donated from Western Australia and I had the perfect colour for binding in my stash so it won't take long to finish it.
Thanks for all your messages on the blog. When you write to a blog you never know how many people actually read it. I used to have a visitor counter but I found that it's easier and less time-consuming to have a simple blog so I spend less time on that and more on the quilts for donations.
Hugs and thanks for reading.