She who dies with the best toys, wins!
More photos of toys coming with the next update
A Dressmaker sewing machine. Best guess: from the 1950's or early 1960's. Solid steel, Japanese construction. It only does one thing--straight stitching--but it does it SUPERLATIVELY well. This is the sweetest machine I own. 15 bucks at a yard sale, and that included the cabinet (not shown).
Sewing machine, laptop (with iTunes), TV/DVD, all within easy reach, as are the sergers and the industrial machine, just out of the photo. Jan calls this the "command center".
Pennywinkle quilting frame. A fabulous find at the Habitat for Humanity store. Now that I am retired, perhaps I will actually find time to quilt!
Close up of the Pennywinkle. The sewing machine sits on the platform, and the rollers allow you to move the machine while quilting.