It looks like my Viking 6010 will be able to do more than straight stitch! I searched for vintage parts on the internet and found the part I needed on 3 different sites for 3 widely different prices from $34.55 plus $3 shipping to almost $100. Obviously I bought the first one. I found a picture of the part though and realized that what we thought was 1 piece was actually two. Seth enjoyed puzzling how to get the two apart without breaking the unbroken part. He jury rigged something that worked and I only had to buy the cam stack. I have become spoiled over the years and when Seth can't fix something I have trouble believing it. Like, what do you mean you can't fix it? It's on it's way to me and Seth will be installing it of course. I want it to zig zag so that I can use my two buttonholers meant for zig zag machines. I may actually sew blouses that require buttonholes.
Not much sewing going on here as I have been busy with work. I have been making plans for fall sewing though. It would be lovely to actually sew fall stuff before I need it. I always have great intentions of sewing before the season, but it doesn't usually happen. How about you? Are you sewing for now or for the fall?
This is what I was working on
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