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Thread: How to use an underbraider on a vintage sewing machine - video by Muv

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    This is what I thought too!
    Quote Originally Posted by miriam View Post
    Please do more on the attachments - I don't care how many other videos someone has done about attachments your's are tops - you don't have the camera moving around giving me a blinding head ache - you speak clearly so I under stand what you are saying.... Keep them coming!!! Oh and now I'll have to have tea and some orange marmalade when I watch your videos!
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    Muv, I wonder if Helen Howes sells and ships things to the US. I would like an underbraider, but can't afford the prices that April 1930's has.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Janis View Post
    Muv, I wonder if Helen Howes sells and ships things to the US. I would like an underbraider, but can't afford the prices that April 1930's has.
    Janis - Helen gives all the details on her site. She takes payment from abroad by Paypal. Send her an email... sometimes she takes a while to reply, she's a busy lady!

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    Thank you Muv, I will e-mail her and see what she has to say. I wonder what the shipping cost for the items is? Is it expensive to mail things to the states?

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    Janis - Postage from here to the States is cheaper than the other way round - I know that from doing the doll quilt swaps. An underbraider and a quilting foot weigh next to nothing, so don't worry about the cost of postage.

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