Tuesday, January 29, 2008

Bendable Bright Light

I mentioned a few blogs back that I picked up this new light at Road. I installed it on my Bernina this weekend, and I absolutely love it.

This picture was taken tonight with almost no other light in the room.



I have so much energy these days. I suspect it's the cool weather. Whatever it is, I love it!

Gratitudes:

~ A big chuckle tonight reading Cowguy

~ Laundry finally caught up

~ A warm fireplace

~ Lunchables

11 comments:

Mar said...

OOO that does work well, I think I just saw these in the new Keepsake Catalogue. ILY!!

Kim said...

Do you think I can qualify as a charity? The Save the World's Economy charity? You send me the money, and I'll spend it! ROFLOL! I LIKE that light A LOT! I need one! I never seem to have enough light close to where I'm sewing. Thanks! I was starting to run out of ideas on what to buy! ROFLOL!

Darlene said...

Wow, that's a bright light! I've seen advertised in a variety of places - very appealing.

Tracey in CT said...

That light looks very handy. I might have to get myself one of those!

KathySWFL said...

Neat light Vicky! I will have to check into that....

Cowguy said...

Aw shucks... I made the gratitude list.

*blushes*

xo

Perry said...

Well, you have finally convinced me I need that light, lol. I ordered it. I sure hope it doesn't generate a lot of heat. I am blaming my not being able to find anything on not eating black eyed peas for New Year's, lol. Did you?

Morah said...

Does this light run on batteries? I would love one like it but I would kill it in fo time flat becauase I always forget to turn things off....

Nan said...

I NEED a light like that - how wonderful it would be for my poor old eyes! Thank you for sharing, Vicky! Speaking of sharing, could you spare a bit of your energy? LOL!

Jan said...

I also purchase one of these lights and they are FABULOUS! In my opinion, this is THE BEST NEW stitching gadget on the market this year.

Cheryl Little said...

At The Cotton Club we are a real fan of this light! Like some of the others of you, it took us a while to get around to installing it, but now, we wouldn't want to sew without it. It runs on electricity for 100,000 hours. That is 20 years of sewing 12 hours a day. Considering how much most of us have already spent on lighting, this one turned out to be a bargain.