Lego Sewing Machines


Missouri Quilt Museum is the main museum for patchworks in the State of Missouri. It is located at 300 East Bird Street in Hamilton, Missouri.

The structure was erected in the early 1900’& rsquo; s then taken down by fire in 1917. It was rebuilded and also opened once again in 1921 and also was made use of as a college residence up until 2009.

Ryan as well as Dakota Redford purchased the building in 2018 with the purpose of opening the quilt gallery. In addition to 3 Quilt Galleries it will certainly additionally house a depressing iron display, Toy Embroidery Equipment exhibit, Antique Maker display consisting of treadles, a thimble exhibit-donated by RV Quilters, as well as other ideas along with Spinning Wheels, Looms and various other fabric uniqueness.

Also prepared is a stitching themed mini golf course, Hummingbird Yard, and also already on site The World’& rsquo; s Largest Spool of Thread funded by Aurifil String. The gallery is set up to open up in the autumn of 2019.

As with any type of other non-profit organization the gallery will rely on public contributions and company sponsorships to cover its construction and operating expense. Search for fundraising possibilities on Hamilton’& rsquo; s Community Schedule.

There is no question that the Redford kids are business owners. They love ahead up with company suggestions as well as ways to earn additional money for their activities. When they determined to develop Lego Stitching Machines to increase funds for the Missouri Patchwork Gallery, I have to say I was rather honored! What a terrific suggestion!

After several prototypes as well as a lot of fun in the Lego containers, they made a beautiful device!

Each maker is roughly 2.5 x 2.5 inches in size. They are composed of 22 Lego Bricks. They can be acquired loose to build it yourself or currently constructed for a CONTRIBUTION of $25 or even more to the Missouri Patchwork Museum

To buy a Lego Embroidery Equipment or for various other contributions (including in-kind contributions) to the Missouri Quilt Museum please browse through