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Thread: GE Machine finished

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    Super Member nanna-up-north's Avatar
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    Congrats on job well done.... it's lovely.

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    Turned out wonderful!

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    Today I'll put it all back together and call it done:>

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    Wow! You've done a super job on that machine!
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    amazing Candace, thank you for sharing it with us!

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    It now makes a nice stitch now that it's all back together. My only complaint is that the rubber belt pulls too hard on the motor pulley(I believe) and I think it would run faster with a different belt. I'm considering trying out some treadle leather or other alternatives since the only belts that fit this machine are actually rubber vacuum belts.

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    Candace? Wow. Really wow.

    What patience, and what an amazing job you have done.

    If you wouldn't mind posting a photo of the finished baby, that would be really nice to see :-)

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    Here's a recent photo of my niece sewing with it. It's not a power house, that's for sure, but it makes a nice stitch.
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    Cute little girl!!! I bet she loves that machine - it looks very nice, too.
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    Wow, Candace - what an amazing job you did on that machine. I am in awe. Congratulations on having a great eye for a worthy rescue! You did a really spectacular job.

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