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Thread: How many sewing machines is to many?

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    Well, I have a threadle, 2 FW's, a Singer 503 Stant O Matic, an old Viking, Singer, Kenmore (the one I always use) and a serger (not all working). Now, I know that's not many compared to some, BUT....I think we might all need re-hab. LOL

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    is there a sewing machine AA group ?? in reading the head count, I count what I have here shake my head, I'm not so sure I should be doing this,, when ask ... why ... I ask why do you have 4 cars. you can only one at a time..

    I'm at a breaking point, Now the machines I buy are getting BIGGER !!

    now when we die , how many of the in laws will be fighting over your sewing machines,,
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    I had to count mine the other day. Seems to be a funny thing with my friends - "how many sewing machines do you have now?" they are always asking. I lost track for a while so I've been saying "oh, about 20 of them." I actually only have 18 though. Guess I better hurry up and get 2 more so my count is right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jennb View Post
    I guess I'd say my limit is when hubby finally says OK you have enough but he hasn't said it yet so...I now have:
    SINGER 301
    Singer 500a
    Singer 99k
    Singer 221k (white featherweight )
    70s dressmaker
    70s white
    50s lenco
    1986 singer
    1992 bernina 1260
    baby lock quilters choice pro
    Juki hzl-27z
    1917 davis nvf treadle
    1873 domestic treadle
    Viking designer ruby embroidery
    Brother 920d serger
    i forgot to add my admiral feom 1940s occupied japan. Its a 15 clone and i won an auction for a 1927 whilson rotary machine. I think i got them all now...and im hoisesitting a singer treadle i picked up for a friend...

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    More is better, More is better, More is better, More is better LOL, just keep repeating
    Born to Quilt, Forced to work.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ppquilter View Post
    More is better, More is better, More is better, More is better LOL, just keep repeating
    Right!

    Now, I better get off here and use at least one of my machines.

    Linda

    Amazing Grace, how sweet the sound, that saved a wretch like me. I once was lost but now am found, was blind, but now I see.
    [John Newton (1725-1807)]

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    Um. I just bought another featherweight. That makes 2 ill have. One white one black. I think its going to go right up for adoption though. Only bought because i know i can flip it for some $$

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    Sewmor 770

    PP Quilter -- do you have a manual for your Sewmor 770?





    Quote Originally Posted by ppquilter View Post
    My full sized and 3/4 sewingmachines……………………
    Necchi BU (made in Italy) #U132395……………$10
    Necchi Lelia 510 (made in Italy) #510 0128475..........$7.50
    Elna Supermatic (made in Switzerland) # …………$20
    Bernina 614 (made in Portugal) #6AA1612 ….….$20
    Pfaff 130 (made in Germany) #4 599 038…………..$25
    Adler (made in Western Germany) #5 6 2 32………..$10
    Modern Deluxe #SA33942(portable)…………$5
    Western Electric (portable)…………$7.50
    Spartan #EN835664 (portable)……….$5
    Diplomat Deluxe (made in Japan) #SK103606 (portable)……….$5
    NEW lightrunning HOME (portable) model 103, #JA-47 37944…....$5
    Sewmor 770 (made in Japan) #YZ 77 3292……..$20
    American Beauty (made in Japan) (portable) #JA18 Z192412 ……….free
    Minnesota Model B (treadle)…………………free
    New Elgin #AAE 61716 …………$20

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    Sorry, no manual for the Sewmor 770, I wish!. The wiring is bad so its just a real purdy dust/quilt holder in my sewing room. . Just looking at my list above, i also have 3 featherweights and many singers not on that list..........
    Born to Quilt, Forced to work.

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    With my most recent acquisition I currently own about 120...though about 20 or so of them will be sold in the near future. I don't need 6 301s.

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