I'd LOVE to sit down with this guy for a few hours...days...weeks... and pick his brain!!
Interview with Harry Berzack
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very interesting! Love the handpainting on the ones shown...someday we will get one that needs refinishing and I can practice my artistic skills on it. (I am a fine artist by profession)
Thanks for posting that Charlee, I have it book marked.
Thanks Charlee. That was a very interesting article. I would love to see his sewing machine collection. And, I would bring a bucket and a lot of hand towels because I think I would be drooling like Pavlov's dogs.
Thanks Charlee for that article. His machines are magnificent. Incredible works of art besides being functional. I think that's what draws me to them. Charlee, you are an inspiration yourself, always full of important information & so willing to share. I thank you for myself & for all the members of this board who learn from your knowledge.
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I agree with callen completely.
Thanks for posting! Interesting article.
I have a screw driver and YouTube--I can fix it!
Thanks...but I don't know so much, there are those here that can teach you SO much more!!
[QUOTE=callen;4972365] ... Charlee, you are an inspiration yourself, always full of important information & so willing to share...
Three cheers to what callen says!!!
Btw- that was a fun article. Even sent it dh who at this moment is in the man cave working on resuscitating a very gunked up, neglected, scarred, but free machine. ( He's using it as a learning tool. Past, I think HE has the bug :-)
My best is the least I can do.
Thank you for posting. Wow who knew all this. I alos ventured over to the site about toy sewing machines,