A while back I got a new attachment for my Bernina Walking Foot. It's a little guide to help keep your stitches in the ditch. You may be wondering why I still quilt on my Bernina when I now have a longarm? There are still a lot of small things I make which are much easier to do on the Bernina rather than waste backing fabric trying to load something small on the longarm.
Yesterday afternoon I decided to give it a whirl. I can't tell you what this is, but it is part of a Christmas project I'm making. If you enlarge the photo you'll see this better. Check the blue arrow that points to the "blade". As long as you keep this blade in the ditch while you stitch, your stitching will never show!
Look, Mom, no stitches showing! Even better, if you buy one Bernina foot right now, the second is half off! (Check with your local Bernina dealer to make sure this promotion is still going.)
I took this photo a while back. The bird seems to be recoiling possibly from the reason Mr. Squirrel is lifting his tail, or he's scheming up a way to surprise Mr. Squirrel!