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Thread: putting together a treadle cabinet?

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    Senior Member quiltingbee12's Avatar
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    I was given a new home treadle cabinet. It is a sliding chain cabinet, and is missing the skirt, drawers and machine. The treadle irons are intact, and I have the drawers on the top, and the top on the irons, but I have all of these left over parts that go to keeping the machine up, and drawing it up when I open the lid. I am sorry if I am not making sense, feel free to ask me to elaborate on it.
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    Can you post a photo? That would help.

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    I have a newhome treadle with all the parts but mine is the coffin top. If you don't get any help on this thread try this website. I have join this and it is very interesting. I have not posted anything yet. But I will sooner or later. People with old or antique machines post asking questions like yours.
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    ismacs@lyris.quiltropolis.com,

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    I have a cabinet that is not all there also. I will check out that site. I have a head, but I think it is frozen. Will have to check it out again. Thanks. :lol:

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bill'sBonBon
    I have a newhome treadle with all the parts but mine is the coffin top. If you don't get any help on this thread try this website. I have join this and it is very interesting. I have not posted anything yet. But I will sooner or later. People with old or antique machines post asking questions like yours.
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    Sorry but the link I posted is the email for the board. This is the right one to get to the Home page.
    ISMACS.net

    This stands for INTERNATIONAL SEWING MACHINE COLLECTORS SOCIETY
    Again I am sorry. The home page is where you have to go. You have to register. No cost.
    BillsBonBon


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    Quote Originally Posted by quiltingbee12
    I was given a new home treadle cabinet. It is a sliding chain cabinet, and is missing the skirt, drawers and machine. The treadle irons are intact, and I have the drawers on the top, and the top on the irons, but I have all of these left over parts that go to keeping the machine up, and drawing it up when I open the lid. I am sorry if I am not making sense, feel free to ask me to elaborate on it.
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    There is much info and free at that online over the different treadles. Go to: http://www.ehow.com/how_5019279_repa...g-machine.html this is an article on how they refurbished theirs!:)I found much info out when I was looking for mine:) Here's even more info for you here at: http://www.treadleon.net/sewingmachineshop/index.html

    Hope that helps!:)Skeat

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    thanks, those links helped a lot. I am already a member of ISMACS, and I just posted a message, didn't think of them

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