Thursday, December 06, 2012

Bernie II

This week has been so much more pleasant and shiny than last week. First up, my DH has managed to get my laptop up and running again with a new hard drive, which is great news. But on that note, laptop - be warned. Any more shenanigans, and it's trash time. No doubt.

I've installed most of my software again, and it seems I haven't lost anything, happy days.

But the happiest of news is this: Yesterday morning I purchased a new sewing machine! Oh my goodness, I'm so excited. It's going to take me a while to get used to this monster (and I say monster because it's sooooo much bigger than my old Bernie). That tape across the front of my cabinet is 19 or 20 inches wide. After I've done on the computer, I'm going to have a play so we can get acquainted.

Well, that's my news for now, I'll chatter soon!


Pip said...

Yeah, trash that laptop if it plays up anymore :)

Is that the 7 series Bernina?? I want one but have to wait till next year for mine. Have fun playing.

Sundae Quilter said...

Congratulations and have fun with your new toy!

PatchworkRose said...

Hi Tara Love your new machine :-) Whole new learning curve and so much new playing fun. I love my new 820 girl. She and I are now great friends.

Linda said...

Tazz it's a beautiful machine. Enjoy! I'm a Pfaff girl and just got a new to me old one that I use in class. They're heavier than sin but, oh, the stitching is perfect! Nothing more satisfying is there! (Unless it's a good game of WWF!)
Lurking Linda

Sarah said...

Yikes - your new machine does appear rather large. Not sure what brand you had before but I've had a 430 for 5 years and would never purchase another brand. Happy Sewing!

Shay said...

And isn't she a beauty! You're going to have so much fun!

One of these days I'm going to buy myself a lovely large machine with all the bells and whistles. I just have to wait for this one to die first.

Just remember my tips for making sure next time your laptop crashes that it's unfixable!


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