Any child of the 1970's knows the theme song from "The Jeffersons." We can probably sing it in our sleep! And no, I'm not moving into "that penthouse apartment in the sky," but I do feel as though I'm walking on air a bit here.
No, no...I haven't finished one of my three pending Chatelaines (one day...sigh) and no, I haven't conquered that Grand Prix of stitching known as a HAED design, yet. But I have taken the next step toward achieving those goals, and many more, because I am now the proud owner of (drum roll please) a Needle Needs MILLENIUM FRAME!
Well, OK, so I don't actually HAVE my frame here, yet. But it's been ordered and paid for and will soon be making its voyage "across the Pond" to little ole me in little ole Pompano Beach. Am I excited about this? Naaaahhhh. I'm ecstatic about this! You see, I've tried two other frames for stitching and try as I might, I just couldn't get excited about them because they never had the drum tight tension I sought after. No more problems in that area, though! I've watched the videos and I've read the testimonials and critiques, and no one has said anything negative about this frame's ability to produce a nice, taut stitching surface. Nirvana! At last!
And get this - not only did I buy the frame, but I also found someone selling her Necessaire
floor stand ( built for use with the Millenium frames!) Now all I have to do is stitch and wait until the
Thank you, Nicola, for answering my questions about the frame and the stand, and for your videos. Both videos were important pieces in my decision to go for the stitching gold. I can't wait to get these beauties and start stitching like the pros! Oh yes, George and Weezy, I surely have moved on UP! (Got any extra room for me in the penthouse?)