I love my light box that we featured in 2013…but you know just like our flat screen tv’s they have made them bigger, better, skinnier and cheaper in two years!!! A light box is a must for wool appliqué on cotton/flannel… for getting exact placement of the blocks…These are 24″ blocks I am working on …it was nice to be able to do this with the large light box instead of moving around so much on the little one..(moda fabric & book coming out in MAY)
The Wafer Light Boxes 1 & 2 are only .3″ thick. That’s a hair bigger than a 1/4″…They come in 2 sizes with tracing area measures is 12.5″x 9″ or is 12.5″x 17″… It has a dimmable LEDs and provides an even spread of light from edge to edge. It is powered by AC adapter and is very low heat. The cord is nice and long too!!
Now I love my 8×10 box from a couple of years ago…and will not replace that size…but did you see 12 x17!!! I love how big that is…It’s hard when doing large blocks like I am doing now…I was so giddy when I opened this!!! I do have to let you know that you need to hold in the power button so it gets brighter…I was like…that’s it???when I turned it on…. but then held the button in and it got brighter!!! It even has a ruler along one edge…I know I need this for when I need to measure my piece of fusible/wool to know what to write down for writing directions. These new skinny light boxes are only reg.$150 on sale for $125 and reg.$250 on sale for $200. So essentially we are getting much skinner and twice a big for what the 2013 light box was…These items are so new…they are shipping in early January from our supplier…We will not process anything until we ship them…so we got a little time on this one! WAFER LIGHT BOX
These last couple of items I know are more pricey than a lot of the previous ones…but keep in mind your friends and family are always looking for something to buy you! So If YOU cannot get them now, theres always birthdays, mothers day and so on…get the kids to pitch in!!!…But you have to give them ideas! They will be happy that you actually had a list of things instead of saying… you don’t need anything…They want to see you smile…because giving is awesome! Right?
Again…I thank you for being such great customers…both with your hard earned dollars and with your constant compliments and moral support when I need it…you all are truly an amazing part of my life…and that is why I feel I can share my life with you…and you are all correct being a Grandma was perfect timing…God does know what he is doing…and I didn’t mean to give away the baby yesterday! That was funny…
Comment to win!!! Do you have a light box? Are you still using the window? LOL…
PS…Do you know I have to starting thinking about the Summer Block of the Week(s) already??? Crazy life!!! Today I am going to pick out stain for that beautiful beat up old floor in my new home…and I need to get my gifts wrapped and finished up…and I’m so happy, last night I stayed home and stitched my remaining blocks 72 for another quilt I am working on for the Christmas Gatherings book!!! Can you feel my excitement!!!
301 responses to “12 Days of Needful Things…Day 2!”
OMG a large light box that size would be wonderful. Lisa you and your employees are wonderful ! Have a Merry Christmas and thanks for all you do for us.
I have a wonderful light box that hubby made for me years ago. It’s wonderful but a bit bulky. This one would be great for classes!
Wow the lightbox looks awesome!! That is going on my wish list for certain. I do not have one so winning one would be grand. Have a Merry Christmas
The light box is going on my wish list. Merry Christmas Lisa
I have eyed the skinny lightbox for quite awhile. I have a small one that I couldn’t do without, but the bigger size is very appealing. I LOVE your summer block of the weeks so will be very excited to see what next summer brings. Although I have to confess I haven’t finished this summer’s quilt yet!!
Yes, I’m still using a window. 🙂 One day I really want one of these. Merry Christmas!
I got my first light box while working on the BOW last summer. It is nothing like these light boxes! It has a very short cord- very frustrating but is a must when you need precise placements.
So smart to add a ruler!
Very cool new light box. Tons bigger than the crayona one I use. Definitely a want on my list!!
I have an old awful light box. I think the window would probably be a better option! So PLEASE dear Santa…I’d Love one of these!
Wow! I have the REALLY old light box – but this just looks wonderful! Love that brightness feature!! I would love to win this!! ❤️
I have an older light box, and use it a lot. These new boxes look amazing, I love that the brightness can be changed. Will have to drop a few hints to my family!
I was just using my window this week to trace lines for embroidery patterns!! Oh, how I would LOVE one of these light boxes!! Merry Christmas to you and your family!!!
Sad to say, I’m still using the window! This would be so nice!
I do have a light box but that larger sized one sounds terrific. Thanks for sharing all of these ideas with us.
The light box would be a great help for wool applique. I love the detail you added to your stitching.
I have a light box already and love it!!
I have a light box and used it the other night to trace all of the blocks for your Home for the Holidays quilt!
How awesome to have a skinny light box like this! Mine is an old one about 2 inches thick from AC Moore. But it serves the purpose. Maybe I’d do more applique if I had a great box like this.
I really like the thin light box!
Wow, I love the look of that new light box. I have one my hubby made years ago but this looks so much better, and it is portable. Hmm, keeping this in mind for the future.
I’ve never used a light box and can see how useful it would be. Merry Christmas.
I have a light box and use it a lot for embroidery and wool appliqué. How do you get so much done??? Wow! Wonderful designs!
I’d LOVE to win this light box! I have one of the old style ones and it just doesn’t work very well. Loving all the pics … can’t wait to get to the sewing room!
Still using the window 🙂 This would be great to have.
When do you sleep?? I have already pre-ordered Christmas Gatherings and loved the sneak-peak at the quilt you stitched last night:) The light box is way cool. I bought the one I have more than 15 years ago, but because it’s so big, I often use the window because its easier. I love the sleek design of this new one. I’ll be sure my husband reads this blog post:)
Merry Christmas Eve Eve:)
My light box is my front porch storm door. I tape and trace. BUT you’ve made me go upstairs and pull out the one my Dad made for my Mom, probably sometime in the 50’s. It is made out of a wooden fruit crate (Chilean Nectarines) with a circular fluorescent bulb inside! Thanks for making me think of it.
I put my Ott light under my extend a board for my sewing machine. But now that’s cracked so a light box would be a good solution, hope I win this one!!
I am still using the window as my light box.☺ It works unless it is cloudy out. Merry Christmas!
I am still holding my paper up to the window.
I have the lite pad from a couple years ago- so nice not to tape patterns on the sliding door any more-what a great tool!
I am using an old X-Ray light box and/or the window. Thank you, Thank you, Thank you for all you do for us!!!!
Your staff is so amazing….a wonderful group of knowledgable, professional and personable women!!!!!
Loved the video of Jace taking his first steps!!
Merry Christmas Lisa, Nick and your family!
Merry Christmas fabulous PG staff!!
Love the big block! Beautiful!! Win put light box on wish list
I do have a light box, but the larger size would be great.
Oh, that sneak peek is killing me!
Those light boxes are a big (small?!) upgrade from what I use.
One question. If I put the fabric on the box, will i be able to see the pattern under it to place the wool pcs? I guess i am confused! i understand tracing the pattern for the webbing, but placing on the fabric block?
This light box looks amazing!!!!
This light box is great! I love that it is flat and your block will lay flat on it for positioning! Thanks for sharing all your great needful things! Merry Christmas to you and your family and elves at your shops!
Wow! That light box is over the top – wonderful with the adjusting light.
I am still using my patio window to trace to fabric. What a treat it would be to use this thin box. I think the adding the ruler was a wonderful idea. Going on my wish list. Thank you and Nick and all your staff for all you do for the quilting world!
I’m still using a window. Would love to have a good light box. Thanks for the peek of your new products, beautiful!
This light box is beautiful. So nice that it is so thin. Much easier to store when not in use!
Just love this light box and what a wonderful gift it would be. I have loved getting up each morning to check out your post. You are truly wonderful. Wishing you a very Merry Christmas.
No I do not have a light box and Yes, I still use a window. These boxes look great!! I will have to think about one of these.
I have been wanting one of these light boards for a long time!
I agree with Rosemary about you and your staff… you infuse excitement into the craft of quilting.
As I built my dream home a few years ago, I love that you share the progress you are making with yours.
Have a wonderful Christmas with your family.
May all yours dreams come true,
Oh, I hate to remind you but you told me to at a show. Remember those small blocks you started one winter? You told me at the show you have 24 now and need to get them together but you had only released 12 of them. I think you started it about 3 years ago. Just hoping sometime you can release more. I know you are really busy but thought I would throw it out there. Thanks
I do have a light box and will have to put the large one mentioned here on my wish list. Christmas Blessings to you and yours!
You are so right -size matters. I have a picture window. Lol
I love my light box, but these would be so much easier to use. Thanks for the opportunity
The cord for my light box has a short in it so I’ll definitely put this one on my want list. My birthday is in Feb. Can I wait that long?
Never thought I would say a light box is beautiful but these are gorgeous! So slim & lightweight. They would tracing enjoyable rather than a chore. Wow!
Thank you for sharing your family & talents. You have worked hard for your blessings. Cannot wait to see your next project!
I love my light box! Bet you get a ton of orders for this one!
Looks like a wonderful light box.
Yes, still! I use the window and at night I use my computer screen. The thin light box would be a nice and easy to carry.
My light box is the patio door….just tired of standing there! The neighbors must think I’m nuts! Lisa I hope you and your family and staff have a great holiday season and happy new year!
My lightbox must be 20 years old. I just appreciated it, didn’t think of it as bulky but with a small working surface But now that you have presented the new ones. Wow! One or both would be such a treat.
Yes, I do have a light box. Merry Christmas!! I like the snow on here…..guess here in Maine this is all I am going to see of it for Christmas. We are getting rain instead.
Yep still use a window…these look amazing! I am so doing your Summer block this year!
Definitely need one of these! Shoulder and neck can no longer tolerate patio door! And besides, using a sunny window doesn’t work when you need to trace at night!
OMG Yet another tool that I think I can’t be without. Would love to have one and will eventually but for now it is not about me. Darn. Seriously, this is a must have. You need to do these 12 days or even 10 days of goodies in the summer away from Christmas time. Merry Christmas Lisa to you and your family. Keep up the creative work – you are great.
Great tool for those of us with older eyes … 😎
Oh my goodness it would be awesome to Own one of those light boxes. Great gift for next year Christmas
Yes I do indeed use a light box that I have had for many years, a Light Tracer, 10″ x12″. I use it all the time. However, this new one is tempting me. It looks so amazing.
Many years ago My father rigged me.up a light box from a few.pieces of wood and a circular lightbulb and plexiglass. It is always a must bring for our retreats. It is big and bulky and this one you have looks fantastic
These Wafer light boxes look really great. I have an old light box that a friend gave to me. It is 3″ to 4″ thick.
I do have a light box, but it’s so big it looks like a suitcase! I didn’t know they’ve come so far! They’re so thin!
Your stitching is just gorgeous on those blocks!
Just a review – – I ordered the light box back in 2013. I really wanted it but didn’t NEED it because I had a couple of the Art Bin light boxes. But this one looked so thin and nice – I ordered it. The difference is amazing. I use this light box exclusively – and ended up giving away my Art Bin light boxes to friends. This one is truly a superior light box. If you are on the fence about this purchase because of the price – let me assure you that it is WELL WORTH the price!!! You will not be disappointed! I’m one happy customer!
That light box looks great! I will have to remember that for my birthday!
Wow! Is that a chair/sofa behind the piece blocks for your Christmas book? Gorgeous! I’m thinking I need one of those with my doxies. I just inherited a light box from a quilter who passes away. It’s nothing like the ones you featured. It’s cookie baking day here in wet, “”hot” Georgia. Merry Christmas!
I recieved a similar brand in the large size this summer as a gift. Summer BOW was so much easier! I’d never had one before. Small size would be great also using less table space. Yes they are expensive but I’ve learned the hard way, more than worth the price!
Wow…12×17? I loved it when photocopiers finally were able to use 11×17 paper. At school we call it the Kindergarten paper because everything for them has to be big. It is such a great size for so many projects like designs for pillows etc. and you don’t have to tape pieces together. I can see why you are excited to have something that will handle this great size. I have been using my computer screen with a light background. Probably not a good idea.
I love this light box. I don’t have one and love the thin size needed for the limited size of sewing spaces. it could even go to a class. Love that, need to start asking the family for it. Hope you are almost ready for the big day. We are soggy in SC.
Guilty! Struggling window user here. I bet a quilter suggested the improvements. I must add that I am excited just thinking about the BOW’s for next summer. I have both pieced projects from last year. Merry Christmas to all!
I LOVE the flat light box! I still use the sun light and window!! This would be on MY WISH LIST! Thanks for sharing this! One can dream!
Hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family and thanks again for all you do. A new light box would be great. I have a little portable light that I put underneath my sewing extension table. Not the best so a light box would be a great improvement.
I do use a light box but mine is big and clunky! Thankd for the opportunity to win.
i have a light box that is very thick, very small, has a very short cord and doesn’t turn on until I slam it on the desk! Half the time I end up using the window. I think I “need” this new light box 😊
Oh wow. That is a great size! I cannot justify it right now but I would really love to win it! Merry Christmas!
I love this big light box. Like others I use the window at this time. I’m going to get the big one. Thanks for all the posts and Merry Christmas to you and yours 🙂
The light boxes look great!!! I have a glass top table that I use. I put a table lamp underneath to light it up.
Can’t wait to see what you design for the summer block of the week!!
So I finally broke down this Summer & bought a light box – duh I buy a big old clunky one!!!
I need the thinner one!!
Lisa – OMG – I don’t think I’m ever going to catch up with all of my projects that you have designed, but I’m probably going to give it a good try. I still partly use the window but obviously only on sunny days. when it is dreary and rainy as it has been, it makes it more difficult.
Love my Wafer Light Box … The BEST sewing investment, evah!!
The flat light box looks wonderful. I have a much larger, bulkier light box that was homemade for me by a friend, but it works great.
I’m so excited about your new house, thanks for sharing. Don’t go too dark. Tho.
I would love to have a new light box, mine is so old.
About ten years ago my husband surprised me with a light box. At the time I thought it was nice but didn’t anticipate how I would use it. Then I got into appliqué. I need to say no more. I used to leave it in its box between uses, but now it is out on my table at all times. I couldn’t do without it. So, I know the new skinny one will be a wonderful treat for quilter’s who don’t already have one. I’ve loved all the needful things presented and thank you so much for the effort you put into this project and all else that you do for us. MERRY CHRISTMAS!
I have this light box and love it….. I always ask for gift card when every somebody asked what to get I said primative gatherings gift cards….said that’s what the husband wanted….that’s what the kids wanted….that’s what the dog wanted… I’m getting them trained I’m getting more all the time. My birthday is around the time the BOW comes out so makes me feel better about getting them. I love the 12 days of Christmas that you do….I look forward to the email and I’m waiting til the last day to order that way I only pay once. Thanks for all you do. Merry Christmas.
I would so LOVE one of these light boxes. I have an older, bulkier, smaller one that was given to me, but doesn’t work well with darker fabrics. I’ve been doing overlays for placement. I so love your patterns and love working with wool!! Merry Christmas to you, your family and your wonderful staff and their families!
I’m still using the window, but would love to win a light box! Merry Christmas!
i use the smaller light box. An excellent suggestion from you! I love it.
Love the little pieces.
A light box would be “heaven” –
I would love to have one of these light boxes. Love the blocks for the new book,
Oh wow! This light box looks so awesome! You are killing me with all these cool things in the 12 days of Christmas!!!
Wishing you and your family a wonderful Christmas. ❤
The New Year isn’t even here yet and you have made it happy with a glimpse of what’s to come! Also you mentioned the summer BOW you are going to be working on, WOW, I can hardly wait! This light box would be a great size to have to do these next projects of yours! Hope you have as nice of a NEW Year!
This new light box looks amazing! I’m currently using a piece of Lexan with my Ottlite under my opened up kitchen table. Another item for the want list! Merry Christmas to you all!
Would love to win the light box!!
Merry Christmas to you and yours!!
still using a 25 year old light box from my stained glass days. I guess it’s about time to upgrade. Have wonderful Christmas.
Boy have light tables changed. I like that they aren’t very thick and that the brightness can be adjusted and of course the size! My old light table has to go.
A new light box! What a great Needful Thing. You are so correct about remembering these items for gift ideas or later presents for ourselves. I sure hope I receive some Christmas $$$!
Would love one of these new “light boxes”, mine is probably 100 years old. Not really buts it’s pretty old. Looking forward to the next summer BOW so I guess I better get mine finished for this year!
Go between my light box to the window. Love the look if the new one and how flat it is for storage.
Thanks so much for all your hard work. Just love Buttermilk Basin. You’re the best, Stacey.
I never knew they made such cool light boxes! I still just use the window, it’s awkward but it works!
I’m glad this is back as part of the 12 days! I didn’t get one two years ago, but definitely going to this time around. I love the new, bigger size.
Lisa, I’m using a light box. I sure would like to have this one! When I work on tracing my patterns I usually do everything in one afternoon. My eyes can get too much light so I love the dimmer. I’m also keenly in need of a box that goes brighter than mine. It is so difficult to mark on fabric without that extra fabric. You are right it is a wonderful gift idea for me!! Thanks for all your personal comments-makes me feel like we could be great friends. I already love your work!
This light box would be so super. I love the less heat LED lights for lots of my hand work. BTW you will love your beat up old wood new floors. When we built our house 10 years ago we chose a number 2 grade oak with lots of knots and imperfections. It was so dog friendly when we had our Stitches and we had so many compliments on the floor over everything else in the house.
Wow, that bigger light box would be awesome. I have a small one and is a pain for tracing larger pieces. Thank you for taking time out of your busy days to spend time with us on your blog.
This light box is wonderful. I am using an old light box from long ago. Maybe if I tell Santa I have been a good girl he will put one under the tree!
Wow!! I thought I was the only one still using the window. I have wanted a light box for ages. This new one looks wonderful. It would be a nice addition to my sewing room. Merry Christmas to all at PG.
Would love to have a light box. It is on my list! Thanks for all you do!
I do use a light box, except when I am too lazy to get it out and a window is handy! This product looks great. Merry christmas to you and yours.
Love the large light box. I usually use a window for a large pattern so I don’t have to move the pattern around.
Thin light boxes are the answer to sooo many quilting/design dilemas!!! I will ask Santa to get me off tracing on the window …..if not, I will treat myself! My nice list is longer than my naughty list this year so he should smile and put it under the tree….hope your Christmas is wonderful with family and friends and that good memories are remembered and more new memories made. thanks for all you do 🙂
I’m still using a window! Lol Thank you for the chance to win one of these amazing light boxes…and for the sneak peeks! Merry Christmas!
I love those blocks! I had a home made light box my Dad made for me when I was in elementary school. It used a regular light bulb, was big and clunky and it got sooooo hot. It finally fizzled out and I miss having one. This new style looks so sleek and modern. Merry Christmas!
I try and keep a wish list going because the family likes it. This is going on it today.
I don’t have a light box, sadly I just use a window, but it works.
I have sooooo enjoyed your 12 days of needful things this Christmas!!!!
I love those light boxes! I use the storm door window as my light box.
I could really use a new light box. I use a thick, small surface, clunky light box. With a new one tracing patterns would be a dream come true. Thank you for doing 12 Days of Needful Things again this year !
I have a corner glass table that I use. This would be great for traveling. Again thanks for sharing all
I’m still using an old hand me down box from my sister-in law. This one looks amazing!
I have the old bulky one. I’d love to win the new skinny one. It looks awesome!
I love the light box! I will have to drop that hint!! I hope you have a Merry Christmas!! 🎄❄️❄️
I’ve seen the older light boxes, but dimmable sounds so fantastic! Adjust it to just what you need for the fabric! I was amazed before that you cold see through red fabric! I would love one of these!
My light box is ancient. Would love to have a new one! Merry Christmas….
Pick me, pick me. If I received one of these, I wouldn’t have to tape things to my patio window anymore. My neighbors think I’m wierd.
Lisa, you are the light of my wool projects and I thank you for that. A light like this would be wonderful.
Boy, light boxes sure have changef over the years . Mine is 20 years old and you would probably laugh at the antiquated way it is put together.
I love the giant light box! I have a pretty big one but I would love the thin one! I can’t believe how hard you work. I love it all! I hope you get a little rest this holiday season!
I’ve been looking at those light boxes and have wondered how they work and if they are worth the money. Thanks for the review!! I’ve been using a homemade light box for years which is great but I would like a new fan dangled one. Love the blocks you just finished, they are smashing. I hope you show pics of your floor once it is done, I’m excited to see it. I just love wood flooring. Love your posts….you are such a hard worker and inspiration. Keep those posts coming!
I do have a light box that my son helped me make with scrap wood, plexi-glass and a light stick. It is big and clumsy, but I couldn’t be without it! I would love to have one of the flat light boxes. Would be nice to take while traveling.
Good Morning Lisa – I DO have this smaller size light box and absolutely adore it. I purchased it at the Lancaster show last March. I saw it early on and then mulled it over the entire rest of the show if I should spend that amount of money on something like that. I’m sooo happy I did.
Almost to the end of your daily posts – going to miss them!
The thinner light box style certainly is more appealing to use than the thicker light boxes that have been available. I dislike using the older version. I know I would work on more projects if I had this newer version. I will have to put this item on my wish list. Thanks for all you do through your teaching and inspiring quilters. Merry Christmas.
I have been so excited for your new books, but the quilt blocks are stunning! I adore that cheddar background and love the colors of both blocks. Thanks so much for all you do, and for sharing your talent with all of us. Merry Christmas!
I have a light box I bought many years ago in Paducah. I was on a bus trip and managed to get it home without getting broke. I still like it but it’s large and awkward.
WOW!!! I did not know this even existed! I have been using a small one from the craft store for smaller pieces and the window for larger ones….but, my arms get so tired……And lately, the cloudy and dreary weather has made it hard to see. I would be a very happy woman to win one of these!
You are the “great encourager and supporter” by all that you do. You truly walk the walk. It is a joy to be considered part of your “extended family” by including us in the joys and sorrows of your life journey. We are so fortunate to have you in our Community.
The skinny light box is wonderful! I am a step up from using a window…I have a light box my husband made me several yrs ago & would love one of these newer ones. So happy you had time to do some stitching… Love the pattern!
I have an older light box – these new ones look awesome.
I love the colors of your new fabric line. The blocks are sew pretty.
Many blessings to you and your family in 2016.
My light box is really old and heavy. This one looks awesome. I love those wool appliques on cotton! Colors, design, everything! I’ve been thinking of doing something large for the bed. All wool would be too heavy, but with a cotton background it would be ideal. Is wool applique on cotton more difficult? Also, how would the finished quilt be cleaned? Thanks for all your inspiration.
I love these light boxes and would love to win one. I can’t wait to see the finished quilt. I love the blocks.
I have the older light box…use it and love it. But I can see the new ones are bigger and much cooler! Thanks.
Love the blocks you worked on last night. I zoomed in on the fabric and it is fabulous. I look forward to seeing it and your new book when they come out in May.
I will have to put this light box on my wish list. Love the size. I have been tracing on my glass coffee table with the ott light under the table. I have a light box but it is real small.
Merry Christmas from Peachtree City!!
OMG!!! That light box looks amazing and sooo skinny. I will have to add it to my birthday list.
My light box is- my window -:) How awesome it would be to win one of these ! New technology, aint it grand.
I have a rather old and clunky light box from the 1990’s. These are stunning! Blessings, Patti
I have a much older, cheaper light box that is not much bigger than a 12X12. It is slanted from the top to the bottom. It does not give off much light so that is why I use a window a lot of times. Love the thin, flat, bright light box. I have got to get this!! Merry Christmas to you and your family.
I will also have to add that light box to my birthday list or next year’s Christmas list…I am still using the window…Ha Ha
I do not have a light box. I might have to bite the bullet on this one for sure or put on my wish list. My eyes would really like that. I have finished with my wrapping etc. Onto planning dinner tomorrow and the 26th. Merry Christmas to you, your family and staff.
Used an old x-ray light box at work for a big block having one at home would be lovely! Merry Christmas to all!
This is such a pretty post Lisa! Love the ideas coming up…the embroidery is just lovely! I can’t imagine how you accomplish so much! Thanks for sharing your life with all of us….as for the light box, this one looks great! I do have one but it’s bulkier. I did all of Primitive Garden on the window!
Wow! Now I have two things on my wish list for next year. I love that light box. It is so thin that I can leave it out and I’d use it more. Yes, I do have an older one. I guess I better see if it still works because I think I’ve only used it once. It’s still in the box in my fabric closet. I find it’s easier to use the window. I really like the larger size of the Wafer Light Box 12″x17″ so that would be the one I’d get. Wow…no more tape on the window. 🙂 Thank you for the tip and ….. CONGRATULATIONS! If that light box is gone or broken, I may have to order one now. 🙂
Lol, I’m using my window as a light box…it’s not perfect but it works. Thanks for sharing some of the new projects “I’ll” be working on next year 🙂 Thank you for being such a supportive quilt shop owner. Every time I’ve been in the shop or taken a class or called on the phone or emailed I have been taken care of by the nicest, most helpful people. Merry Christmas to all.
Nice light box
A Light Box is on my Wish List….so for right now, I will continue with the window method! Love the glimpses at the quilt!!