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Thread: Another use for a Vintage Machine

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    Senior Member Lyncat's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveH View Post
    ...middle of the night swap-a-roonie leave a Chinese "singer" repro in it's place.....
    Now that is a great idea!

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    It was a pretty machine. Too bad it didn't find a great home to adopt it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MadCow333 View Post
    Yeah, really. That will buff out, y'all! hahahahahaha!
    I have a product in my meching supplies that would remove that rust.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cricket_iscute View Post
    I have a product in my meching supplies that would remove that rust.
    Ohhhh tell us - tell us the name of this product! Pleasssse!

    Nan
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    My GOAL is always to ENJOY EVERY STEP of the quilting process....

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    I've heard of people using them as boat anchors. I guess a lot - probably the vast majority of them - wound up in junk yards or melted down for BB's or something less peaceable. I'd rather see it used as outdoor decor than that, but I agree they could have found a less worthy machine to put out there. It's destiny, by being cute and in the public eye, is to help keep the history of sewing alive. It should be proud. Someday a kid riding by will ask, "Mom, what's that?" and a new vintage sewing machine aficionado will be born.
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