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Thread: all these machines.......and no fabric in sight....

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    all these machines.......and no fabric in sight....

    Was passing by a shop about 20mins from home and saw all these machines decorating the front and back windows. No fabric or quilts or notions........it was a clothes shop!
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    Yes, do you suppose they would let someone replace all those authentic hand cranks with the reproduction ones. Wouldn't that be a great source so we can get a quality crank instead of the imports.
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    Quote Originally Posted by quilt addict View Post
    Yes, do you suppose they would let someone replace all those authentic hand cranks with the reproduction ones. Wouldn't that be a great source so we can get a quality crank instead of the imports.

    That would be nice! Or better yet, just give me my pick of machine... or more!

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    I wish they would part with some of those hand cranks...sigh

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    I'd like to have my pick of machine. ......... Hmmmm....... maybe the one on the right, no wait the top one one the left, oh but there's a cute one in the middle row. Oh my, there's more over here!!!!
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    How neat is this?
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    There is a clothing store in Seattle, Washington, that also has sewing machines displayed. Awesome!

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    They do have a Sale sign on the display, but does that mean any of the machines are for sale, or just their clothing. Lots of old beauties there.

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    i like them
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    I wonder what they will do with them when the gimmick has worn off or the the end of the season, which ever comes first.
    Ilma

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