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Thread: Hand crank machine resource

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    Super Member seamstome's Avatar
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    Went to a nice retreat this weekend at Judy's Quilt and Sew, Hampshire IL. Very nice staff. Saw a new project that I just had to have.

    Anyway, they have a bunch of hand cranks in their cases and treadle machines. Guess they have a collector who they may be consigning with. I know how much you all like your antique machines. It seemed like they had been gone over mechanically. The decals. cases, etc seemed to be in excellent shape to me the casual observer. Just thought I would pass it along because they had so many and you all seem to be on the hunt for this type of thing.

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    Super Member Tink's Mom's Avatar
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    I'm going to be out that way in a couple of weeks....hmmm, is she open on Fridays?

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    Senior Member LaurieE's Avatar
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    I have a hand crank and love it. It's great for when the power goes out. I can still continue to sew even if it is by candle or battery light. :)

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    I think they are open on Fridays. They are open on Sundays too.

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