A few days ago I finally broke out my sewing machine while here in the RV. I had to make sure to get an extension cord so that I could plug it in the washer/dryer outlet since that's on a separate circuit. Oh and I learned not to use an iron in the RV. Of course part of the reason why I tripped the breaker may have had something to do with the mini iron having a fault. But now it's better to be safe than sorry and use the iron in the campground's laundry room.
See my trusty old Bernina Nova 900? I've had that since college when I paid for it on lay-away. It's been a good machine. When I pack up my studio I'll make sure to bring my newer Bernina too. This one is a bit smaller so it was better to fit in the RV.
I took out some fabric strips that I needed to piece for a charity quilt for the Shir Hadash quilting bee. I wanted to finish piecing all the tops that I had commited to doing. I think I'll end up with either three or four tops once all done. So far I have one completed and ready for quilting.
The colors remind me of the baby quilt that I made for my nephew a few years back. Don't you think?
One thing about sewing in the RV is that it reminds me that although having a studio is nice, it's not absolutely necessary to creating. The only thing you need is to find the space to sew ... but it IS nice indeed to have a dedicated studio. ;-)