I had a sewing machine lesson today. (Even though I do know how to sew.) I bought one of those snazzy computerized machines last week. It came with two free orientation lessons. The machine is a Janome and is at the low-end of snazzy. Still, it's my first with any computerized gadgetry. It has a one-step buttonholer. Yep, just set the buttonhole size on the foot and push a button!
The coolest thing (not even electronic) is that it has a very dandy gadget that threads the needle for you. That will save soooo much time. Needle-threading used to drive me crazy way before I had glasses. I can't imagine doing that with bifocals. Well, I can imagine it and it's not a pretty sight.
I bought fabric for my soon-to-be-new tablecovers today too. They will debut at Kyle Market Days on 11/7.