23 February 2012
14 February 2012
It was designed to celebrate the 160 anniversary of Singer sewing machine production.
The SINGER 160 Limited Edition sewing machine is a technologically advanced machine, it boasts innovative features, yet the design and appearance hearkens back to the iconic SINGER® machines of years past. The antique-inspired machine is Singer Sewing Company's tribute to the brand's rich history and an opportunity to introduce the modern innovations of sewing to the next generation of sewers everywhere.
While it mirrors SINGER® machine designs of the past, this machine offers new, modern easy-to-use features that you can read about here
The normal price is $659 - but at the moment there is a special introductory offer price of 160 off - it is currently retailing for only $499!!!!!
Contact your local dealer to find out more and arrange a demonstration.
enter the ABUNDANCE challenge - details here - and you could WIN your very own 160 limited Edition sewing machine just like my beauty!!!!
My Singer sewing machine story includes a Featherweight that i received 20 years ago, as I posted about last week. Many women around the globe have Singer stories too ...
to read about them click here
13 February 2012
To a Liberty-loving quilter in Sydney -
I hope you enjoy them as much as I had planned to!
Maybe I can buy a pair in the next exclusive release. Keep an on the online Liberty Store for your chance to buy some too.
01 February 2012
The Story Book Bunting I made last weekend. The pages are cut from an old Golden Book - The Saggy Baggy Elephant. I have a stack more Golden Books that I am looking forward to making into bunting too!
I never thought I'd say this - but I am loving my tissue box! My sister bought it for me from the Reject Shop - how cool!
I am loving my gorgeous, little, pretty Singer Featherweight sewing machine! My husband owned five sewing machine shops when I first met him (21 years ago) and he had a few vintage sewing machines that had been accepted as trade ins for new machines. I deemed that two of them (this and another old singer) were the 'dowry' he brought to the marriage, fair?