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Thread: is this a toy/kid machine?

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    I found this for sale and its advertised as a childs machine, is it?
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    looks like one to me.

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    It's a child's toy/machine. Mine works, not well, but it can sew a seam. I think mine takes batteries, I'd have to look.

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    Thats what I thought but I wanted to make sure first..gonna pass on this one then. I knew ya'll would know!!

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    I believe so. That looks like the one I had in the 50's as a child. I was given some space to set it up in Grandma's sewing room. I was pretty sure I had arrived!!

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    Oh my gosh-that's adorable!! Did you find it online or locally? I'd love to have one of those.

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    I have several toy/children old sewing machines. I love the looks of them. I love vintage, and I have them on display. I have a couple on a wall shelf in the guestroom, and a few on shelves in our great room.

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    I have some toys and I love them. I don't use them, just love them. I have one that's hand crank and it's only about 6" long. It actually sews.

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    Looks like it to me. It sure is cute though.

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