During our weekly trip to go grocery-shopping, I picked up two of the additional feet I had ordered for my sewing-machine. I had ordered three, but the last one is still not there. But now, I at least have a walking foot and a darning foot. The walking foot is important when sewing multiple layers (or quilting in straight lines), as it helps feeding all layers through the machine at the same pace. Mainly, it avoids puckers. And the darning foot is, as far as I understand it, used when embroidering or free-motion quilting.
What's still missing is the Quilt- and Patchworkfoot. It's main feature is that it keeps all seam allowances neatly the same size while piecing, Since the seam allowance is almost always 1/4 of an inch. So, I'm still needing that one, and I really hope it's gonna arrive this year, or at least early in January, so I can start on my blocks.
What, you're still wondering about "yesternight"? You know, sometimes I like using such words. They can be fun. So, you don't have to worry about my sanity, for I have none.
Live long and prosper,