MD Gallery – Rachel Kerley

If you haven’t had a chance to look at the current gallery on display in our classroom, now is a great time! These quilts, by local quilter Rachel Kerley, will be on display for the next few weeks – you do not want to miss out on seeing these beauties.

Foot of the Month – Circular Embroidery Attachment

Can you believe it’s November already? This month’s featured Foot of the Month is the Circular Embroidery Attachment – When it comes to awesome attachments for your BERNINA, it doesn’t get much better than this. This unique attachment operates as a compass (think back to geometry), creating a perfect circular stitch every time.

Pre-Owned BERNINAS

Modern Domestic is always pleased to accept trade-in machines to put towards the purchase of a new BERNINA. Very rarely do we see BERNINA machines traded in as most people can’t seem to part with their dear old friends and would rather pass them down to their children or new sewist friends. At the moment, … Continued

Fatten your Stash!

Fat Quarter Stock Up Friday, October 24th – Sunday October 26th! We can’t resist giving you a little something special while Michelle & Lupine are away in Houston at International Quilt Market this weekend! Join us for a Fat Quarter Stock Up!

BERNINA 530 Swiss Edition

Pin it to win it! Have you seen the new BERNINA 530 Swiss Edition? This beauty sews like a charm, has 11 needle positions, extensive decorative and utility stitches which can be individually set to your preferences, and a great memory feature. We just love it and are excited about this contest!

Home Sewn Weekend special guest Susan Beal

Our first of morning of Home Sewn Weekend will include a special visit with craft writer, Susan Beal. Her newest book, Hand-Stitched Home, features sewing projects of all types and skill levels sewn with luscious Pendleton wool. Many projects were created by Susan along with several Portland designers including multiple MD staff members, including Lupine, … Continued

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