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Thread: How cute do my two “girls” look together!

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    Senior Member pinkcastle's Avatar
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    Of course you need to keep both of them! It's good to have a back-up.

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    I can give you the perfect reason why to keep them both: My machine is in the shop for repairs/tuneup and I have no backup while she is gone! I am going crazy not being able to sew

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    Would you separate a salt & pepper set? What would the world be like if there was no more PB & J or Pork & Beans? Dismiss the thought of separating them. It would be cruel! Look what happened to Sonny & Cher!

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    I also got the 160 back then and I had to hold off on the One Plus because I couldn't justify another machine (I have a CE250, SES 2000, Futura XL550 along with various vintage singers and some not so vintage). But I sure wanted it if for nothing but that new parallel foot that came with it!
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    One always needs a backup machine when ones getting serviced
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    I'm hearing Paul McCartney singing Ebony and Ivory...together in perfect harmony. :-)

    Gotta keep both!!

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    We become emotionally attached. Hey, even my DH is emotionally attached to his Shop Smith! Keep the family together. I have a Pfaff I use strictly for finishing quilts, my computerized Kenmore is my primary sewing machine, and my mechanical Brother bails me out when all else fails. I couldn't get along without them!
    Chocolate is the Answer. Who cares what the question is.

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    OMG craftygal, you just named them - Salt and Pepper! I love it!!

    You guys are all cracking me up, especially with the comments about keeping one as a backup. I just won't tell you about my Singer Quantum L-500... and my Singer Featherweight 75... and my vintage Singer 66 Red Eye... and my sturdy mechanical Kenmore... and my old Brother machine with the Disney embroidery....those will be our little secret, okay? Shhhhhhh...........!

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    I love my machine.....and can certainly understand how you feel about your girls.....my machine is a twin to the one on the right, and she is wonderful!
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    Oh my goodness, you need to keep them both. If you sell one, you would always regret it. Would always look at the one and think of the other one you don't have. I love the look of the black one, looks like my vintage machine. They both are just plum adorable!!!

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