A new toy, a Cannon Selphy! What a fun name for a printer in this day and age of instant photographs and images. I heard about this unique printer last week at a SAQA conference.
I was intrigued about a printer that was no larger than 5" x7" and could sit on my desk top, not taking up a lot of room. This little printer was made to print all those images that we snap from our cell phones or iPads or upload on our computer.
Before I share what has been going on in my studio, I wanted to show you what I found while taking a road trip at the end of last year with Peter. Peter did most of the driving on this trip so to pass the time, I began my search for Singer Featherweight sewing machines online with my trusty iPad. These compact sewing machines are a true American classic! The first machines were manufactured in the late 1920's and I believe the later models were made up until 1968.
I had been admiring these machines for some time as many of my Fiber Art friends own Featherweights and bring them to classes and workshops. I began my search and spent several hours researching and comparing machines and models that I found online for sale. After a couple of hours I found this package out of Canada:
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