Once or twice a year I get my trusty sewing machine tuned up. I am pretty good at putting it off as long as I can, but it’s a necessity to keep my stitches tight and professional.
Last week I took my machine to Valley Tool Repair, in Spring Creek. Its a neat little spot in the middle of nowhere, with an old mill type of thing across the street and it stands next to a small quilt shop, Spring Creek Fabrics.
I spent the week my machine was getting the much needed TLC wanting to do nothing more than sew. Figures.
A week later, and my Viking is hooked back up and purring away. Last night I finished up some of the ‘projects in process’ (which is a never ending pile) with a smile on my face and Jeopardy in the background.