Yes, I broke down and purchased another rotary cutter. Mostly since I have no idea when I will get mine back. Not having a rotary cutter means you just cannot even work on piecing anything!
I guess I just took my rotary cutter for granted. I will have to rethink its position in the quilt studio. It definitely needs to be elevated to a higher shelf and maybe cleaned more often. Something befitting quilt room royalty.
I put together a few zip pouches and tagged them with the Art Abandonment info. I included some of the toiletries from the hotel rooms I gathered in recent trips like hand lotion and smelly scent things I can't use.
I left this one at the library in the large print stacks. I hope to get some sort of acknowledgement from one of the finders one day. It would be nice to hear about the finder's experience and if they liked the pieces I have left over the years.
I talked to Margaret at the Quilt Corner this morning. I think the screw is loose on the flywheel again. We fought with the baby quilt she was working on Saturday morning. When I realized that I had no rotary cutter I decided to put a quilt on the long arm and work on that.
But when I was working on getting the tension set I could hear something rattling in the head. I am thinking it is the screw loose again.
This time he will come to the house so we can run it on the frame and get it to work.