Necchi

17 Feb 19
Alex's travel blog

On Monday, we arrived at the hostel called Ostello Bello at around 11am. We ate a quick lunch and then headed to our first activity. We discussed how to transfer what we learned during our study abroad experience to different areas of our lives, and how communication styles vary around the world. We got to […]

15 Feb 19
Hebe

Necchi 3610 Heavy Duty Sewing Machine With Accessories – Buy – Necchi 3610 Heavy Duty Sewing Machine With Accessories

14 Feb 19
sometimes here, always somewhere else.

Flying from there to there, I spend lots of different time period such as flight time, timezone difference of each city and unusual sleeping routine. All those reasons put me in rush mode all the time. I almost forget how to spend the current moment because I always concern about the upcoming moment. One day […]

14 Feb 19
Research Reports

A stitching machine is a machine that is used to stitch fabric, leather, and other materials together with threads. It usually has a needle and shuttle to carry the thread and is powered by a treadle or electricity. There is a trend of   inventions in the stitching process in the garment industry. Inventions such as […]

06 Feb 19

DIRECTOR: MARIO MONICELLI AÑO: 1975 REPARTO: UGO TOGNAZZI, PHILIPPE NOIRET, GASTONE MOSCHIN, ADOLFO CELI, DUILIO DEL PRETE,RENZO MONTAGNANI, MILENA VUKOTIC, BERNARD BLIER GÉNERO: COMEDIA DURACIÓN:1:46 SUBTÍTULOS: ITALIANO DISPONIBLE EN: DVD  SINÓPSIS:  CUATRO AMIGOS CINCUENTONES, QUE LLEVAN TODA LA VIDA JUNTOS, SE PASAN EL DÍA ORGANIZANDO BROMAS PESADAS PARA BURLARSE DE LOS DEMÁS. SON EL PERIODISTA […]

05 Feb 19
The Samuel Johnson Birthplace Museum Blog

In 1777 the Royal Academy annual exhibition included the only sculpture of Samuel Johnson to be taken from life. The bust by Joseph Nollekens (1737-1823) has been called the finest work that the sculptor had ever produced. However, within Johnson’s circle of friends his natural pose and wigless appearance caused much debate. The Birthplace cast […]

01 Feb 19
10 Mesi a Milano

“So what do you actually do?” is probably one of the most frequent questions I have been asked about my year abroad.  Have you ever wanted a sneaky peak into a language student’s exciting third year?  Well, here is a typical week in my Milanese life! Monday and Tuesday Working at a National Trust/FAI property means that […]

01 Feb 19
La Mia Avventura Milanese

The accomplishment of the day: You know you are becoming a local when the bakery knows the bread you want! Every morning I have visited the bakery down the street for my breakfast. Through lots of gestures and smiles, I pick out the same yummy piece of bread every day. Though I still don’t know […]

30 Jan 19
Justgail's Blog

I hope your Holidays (ALL of them) were good, and for those that make them, that you’re having success with this years resolutions. I started to write this on 2018-12-28, so apologies if this gets jumping around and makes little sense. Also, I apologize for it being so long and rambling. Then I intended to […]

22 Jan 19
Seamingly Easy

This morning I finally got around to listening to Porgy and Bess, the musical — opera? — by George Gershwin. The full production is long, more than 2 hours. I’m surprised I’ve never listened to it before. It’s really wonderful music. George Gershwin died of a brain tumor at age 38. We are so lucky […]

18 Jan 19
10 Mesi a Milano

After a wonderful three weeks in York, I am now re-installed in the land of pasta, good coffee and Andrea Bocelli (the latest love of my life).  Any January Blues that I was feeling before returning to Italy has been banished by beautiful sunshine and the many kind “bentornatas” that I have received from colleagues […]

17 Jan 19
BlazTavern

The shows about cute girls making games is back.  Pouring your whole soul and attention in something you love doing is the best experience that someone can have, a feeling that cannot be described by words thus New Game!! purpose is to portray that feeling through the help of our characters and story.

14 Jan 19
Vintage Sewing Machines

It all started with this crêpe by John Kaldor that I bought at the Knitting & Stitching Show in London this October: What colour is this? Umm, blue? No. Having bought this crêpe early in the day, I then decided to get some matching navy gabardine for something or other – I was still working […]

08 Jan 19
Dezign Ark (Beta)

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07 Jan 19
T H I M B E R L I N A

Happy New Year!!! Hope you’re feeling well rested and your seams aren’t bursting after the festive period! Let’s hope I can remember how to do this! The format of how I’m doing this has changed but hopefully I’ll have a blog post by the end of the day! To say it’s been a while is […]

22 Dec 18
Crafty By Nature

I was incredibly fortunate to buy a Juki Miyabi, which is the new stitch regulated version of the QVP2200. This increases my quilting space from 7.5 inches to 18 inches. If my house ever grows another room, I can put this machine on a frame with little fuss. This was actually a key for me […]

20 Dec 18
Crafty By Nature

I’ve been working on a secret project for my retiring boss. I did most of this quilting on my Necchi BU Mira, but a few were on my Juki Miyabi.  I made each colored row in the pattern a different quilting motif. I had to really push myself to be open to new design ideas […]