Saw a beautifully detailed White treadle, and a few older Singer machines. Quite a few of the toy sewing machines from the tiny Touch & Sew to the SewMaster. I have yet to see personally the toy machine that fits in the palm of your hand AND sews. Just to see and touch that one is a quest.
Machines didn't follow me home, but a nice lot of sewing attachments did. Was lucky to find some low shank and slant. I now have a few more of my favorites - the adjustable hemmer and the tucker. Both I talked about in the Threads article, and really are so easy to use. During the week I will try them both on the new Bernina 450, using the low shank adapter of course. So nice to blend the old with the new.
The last shopping of the day was the Fabric Shack. Wow! is the word that best describes it. Hard to believe I have never been to the actual store before. I have shopped online, and there you will find all the lovely patterns, books, fabrics, and notions you find in the store. I did leave with a window quilt kit, a Moda funky monkey collector tin, and some gorgeous fabric to add to my stash!
How was your Saturday? Hope it was a fun and relaxing as mine.