Book garage sale

I’m trying to clean out my studio.  I’ve put together a list of books that I’d like to get rid of.  You can click on the tab at the top of the page that says Quilt Book Garage Sale to see what I’ve got.  There are a few machine quilting books, mostly it’s quilt piecing books, though.  I don’t suspect anybody else will want them either, but I thought I’d try to get something out of them before I take them to the library to their used book sale.

I have not had a very productive day.  Feel like I’m going in circles.  Feeling a little blech again.  Plus, I spent the morning baby-sitting my washing machine while trying to get laundry done.  We have a Kenmore He4t (a front loader like the Whirlpool Duet).  We used to love it.  Now we hate it.  We rarely get through a full cycle without some sort of error code.  It’s out of warranty (of course), and even if we get it fixed (~$300 for the extended warranty), we are worried that it will only work for a few more years and then have the same problem….

I’m trying to avoid making my blog a place of ranting and negativity, so I think I’ll quit for the night and see if tomorrow is a brighter day.




  1. Helen says:

    Oh Suzanne, sounds like your washing machine is on its last legs, hate it when things die just out of warranty, its like some chip is planted in it to self destruct after the time has passed?! LOL Love your new header on the blog too! 🙂

  2. Vicki W says:

    Appliances are programed to die at the end of the warranty. We had a high-end dishwasher that only lasted about 7 years – broke 3 times before I gave up on it. That was the moment that I decided that high-end didn’t really mean high-end anymore – it just meant “expensive”. I wound up replacing it with a $400 Whirlpool – I won’t feel so bad if it only lasts 7 years. Sorry you are having so much a crummy day. Good idea to clean out the books – I need to do some of that myself!

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