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Thread: Starting Over again...part two

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    Super Member coastienest's Avatar
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    What a great way to display those beauties!
    Everything in life happens for a reason.

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    Love the storage of the machines!!!!
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    The china hutch belonged to my mother, she got it in the late 60's and everything is real wood! I did not reinforce any of the shelving and it is holding up great. I did repaint it , couldn't stand the "early American" finish, and it turned out better than I hoped. All of my large items store nicely in the bottom and I can access my "mature beauties" when I want to sew with them.

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    Great way to display your vintage machines.
    http://www.etsy.com/shop/Upnorthcrafter

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    I love your cabinet with the machines in it!

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    oh yea incredible beautiful i will be simply drooling wish i'd a location like that. take pleasure in.

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