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Thread: My Inherited 1938 Singer Sewing Machine

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    Super Member plainjane's Avatar
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    Twice as nice since it came from family!

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    Lucky you!

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    What a lovely inheritance....may you too have many happy hours with this beautiful machine.

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    Beautiful machine, a real treasure.

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    It is so touching that you get to sew on your DGM's machine... what a treasure!! :D:D:D

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    Quote Originally Posted by purplefiend
    Scrappycat,
    You'll just love sewing with your 201-2! I have a 201-4, the 4
    designates it as a hand crank. Its treadled now, thought my arm would fall off by the time I wound that first bobbin. Its such a quiet machine and sews beautiful stitches.
    purplefiend...Your machine is gorgeous!!! It looks like you are getting more use out of it. If only our machines to talk and share their sewing experiences with us!!! LOL

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    That's a 201, right? I love mine too! They are such work horses! Good luck with it!

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    What a lovely machine!! How lucky you are to have your Grandma's machine & so are able to feel close to her as you sew every day! Hang on to that special machine for dear life!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by winter012
    What a lovely machine!! How lucky you are to have your Grandma's machine & so are able to feel close to her as you sew every day! Hang on to that special machine for dear life!!
    Funny you say that Winter...I think of her soooo often, and I do feel her whenever I use it!!! I miss her to this day!

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    What a treasure, thank you for sharing
    Have a Blessed night
    Ellen

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