If only I could remember anything! When I was in Louisiana a few weeks ago, I took projects to work on. Mom has a Bernina 930 so I took my favorite 1/4″ feet along so I could work on a project. The last thing I remember about that project and those feet is after I got home, I had set the bucket on a roll of batting that was laying in the floor. I’ve worked on that project and got it to another level of completion and will take it with me on my next road trip. I thought I had completely emptied out that bucket but couldn’t find my 1/4″ feet. They fit my 930 and 1230 machines but not my 430 so I haven’t needed those feet since I got home. It’s a toss up whether I take a Singer 301 or the Bernina 1230 with me on the next trip so I wanted to find those 1/4″ feet. Could not find them anywhere. I searched and searched, trying to remember what type plastic bucket they were in. I knew the blocks I’d worked on at mom’s were in a bucket but thought I had put them into a different bucket after working on them here. After spending no less than an hour looking for those feet, I decided to open the bucket with the project and . . there were the feet I was looking for.
Why didn’t I look in that bucket in the first place?
My Road to Brownwood project is all packed and ready to go too.
Add a couple of knitting projects and I’m ready for a road trip!