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Thread: Hoping I Get To Keep One of These Babies

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    Super Member chickadeee55's Avatar
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    Hoping I Get To Keep One of These Babies

    These are two machines that my DH has totally refurbished, inside and out. I hope he lets me keep one for myself, it seems like it would be the only fair thing to do! Don't ya think.

    Keeping my fingers crossed. I have wanted one for a long time, so will have to see how things go.
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    Both are gorgeous!!! I have a feeling you will get one so you might let him know which one it is you would like!
    mea

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    They are just beautiful I hope he lets you keep one!!!
    May I ask what he used to shine them up so nice?

    Colleen

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    They are beautiful
    Of course it's only fair that you get to keep one..
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    Keep the one in front. It is a little older and has the more elaborate face plate. You definitely deserve one!
    Shelbie from the High County in Southern Ontario

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    I agree on keeping the front one. I also want to know how he got them so shiny. Will he share the secret with us?
    Thanks.

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    He stripped these machines to bare metal, painted and finished them with a clear coat. I felt like I was driving a new car (LOL), when I was taking them for a test drive to be sure they were all timed correctly and sewed a good stitch.

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    I can tell you I'd have the front one or know the reason why. LOL Beautiful
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    You need the machine on the front. I so hope you get to keep it! Don't you love sewing on those Featherweights!

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    He did a great job and hope you get the one you want.

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