Santa surprised me this year.
He was a bit put out that this gift was the one that got held up in the COVID/Christmas delays. But it is here now and WOW! Santa did good.
As you know I have a Grace frame for quilting. I have not done a huge amount with it, I've pretty much mastered the meander and had a go at some custom quilting. I would love to have a go at some ruler work, so Santa bought me rulers, but they are thin rulers, for domestic machines. That's ok, he did not realise. Then yesterday, very early in the morning we heard a delivery van pull up outside our door, and this was delivered. Oh boy!
The starter set, for the Grace Company's Pattern Perfect system.
It has eight quite basic designs, a great place to start .
It took very little time to get it set up on my frame. The templates have four patterns on each side and are very easily adjusted or turned over.
The stylus is also adjustable and slots into the grooves, just like the templates we used to have at school for practicing letters and patterns.
There are other pattern templates, a little more like pantographs and Santa knows that I would love some of those too, but he rightly thought that the starter set would do for now.
Of course it all came in a very sturdy box that was inspected
and repurposed very quickly.
I think she likes it.
I have a few quilt tops awaiting quilting, I'd better go find one and get it loaded up so that I can play.