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Thread: Any one in Nashville TN?

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    Super Member dublb's Avatar
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    Any one in Nashville TN?

    I spotted this but it's pick up only! Look at that list of accessories!
    http://www.shopgoodwill.com/viewItem.asp?ItemID=9391460
    Bev
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    I love the swing out doors on the cabinet. The machine is adorable as well, to bad Im not any where near there.

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    I got a cabinet just like it a couple of weeks ago, and it is the coolest thing ever! It a Singer #42 cabinet, solid hardwood, from the 1940s. It doesn't actually swing out drawers, but they are curved front and look so cool. The top left hand drawer (only one on the left) has a pencil/pen tray and an inkwell..I was lucky, as my glass inkwell is there! It was designed to be a sewing cabinet as well as a writing desk. Someone put a 1970s Singer in there, but that is coming out, and I'll be putting a correct vintage machine in there. As soon as I have 10 minutes to do it!!! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by jljack View Post
    I got a cabinet just like it a couple of weeks ago, and it is the coolest thing ever! It a Singer #42 cabinet, solid hardwood, from the 1940s. It doesn't actually swing out drawers, but they are curved front and look so cool. The top left hand drawer (only one on the left) has a pencil/pen tray and an inkwell..I was lucky, as my glass inkwell is there! It was designed to be a sewing cabinet as well as a writing desk. Someone put a 1970s Singer in there, but that is coming out, and I'll be putting a correct vintage machine in there. As soon as I have 10 minutes to do it!!! LOL
    Oh Cool!!
    Bev
    My initials are BB, so dublb is double B.

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    there are a few good ones on that website, but nothing anywhere near me..........sure wish there would be some for western NC.............gas it so expensive now, it just costs too much to go very far!
    Judy, retired RN, alias 4 dogs and in the mountains of western North Carolina.

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    wish i were in TN might be warmer there I never "seam" to be where I want to be ....

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