I'm still getting my machines ready for the museum's Collectors Day. I wanted to bring some of the feet and other attachments to show the visitors, but the museum recommends that if you have small parts that you fasten them to something bigger so they don't get lost or stolen.
I don't know who would want to steal a 90 year old sewing attachment, but I guess you never know.
This evening I started covering a piece of cardboard with fabric with the intention of sewing the attachments onto the fabric. But then I thought, Why not make a mini quilt instead?
A little wall hanging-sized quilt would be the right size to sew those pieces to, and it would show off how those old machines sew. Plus, I could hang it up later in my bedroom. I've pretty much given up on the idea of doing the Mod in Milwaukee challenge since I just don't think I'll have time now that I'm working again, but I had a spot in my bedroom all picked out for the completed wall hanging. After the museum show I could just clip off the attachments and hang it up.
So, now it looks like I'm making a quilt too. This whole project is turning out to be a lot more work than I expected.