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Joe, you did an outstanding job and the whole thing is beautiful. Any word on where your moving too? That machine is so lucky you got it, and will be looking for the quilt you will be making on it.
As soon as it warms up, or I can get a warm place to work on it I have some more waxing to do. Then I'll be finished with it.
As for the quilt, that too will have to wait until we have space. Or until we can rotate other machines out to the garage and bring that one in.
As for the move we're still looking at the Indianapolis area. So far nothing concrete has gelled yet.
Texas is always nice...
Well ................... there's a lot of reasons why we chose IN for now. But if I ever do head back west, it will be AZ, NV or WY.
Great job. My mom in law gave me what I think was an ole White. The machine was in the garage during our house fire, but the cabinet is beautiful...never seen one like it. Five drawers with rams head/horns drawer pulls. Think it's oak. Wish I had what it takes to refinish.
It looks beautiful!!!
How are you doing in selling some of your machines with your move?
When it seems like the world is falling to pieces remember that the pieces are falling into place. We are nearing closer to the End Times.
She's a beauty. You did a nice job cleaning her up!
Always in Stitches,
So blessed in the opportunity of life, the gifts of nature, and the choice to do good to others. I'm thankful for this day.
You have done an amazing job and saved another beauty. Love your pretty cat.
Bernina 640, Singer 201-3, Singer Centennial 15-91, Tin Lizzie 26" long arm