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Thread: My new 301

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    She is beautiful as is your sewing room.

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    Your cabinet looks just like the one I have! And your stool too, just a different color on the seat. Mine is a 1950 model, according to my aunt when she gave it to me.

    I love your sewing room! :-D
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    Oh my goodness but that machine is a little beauty! Use it well!!!!! And your sewing room is lovely!!

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    Looks to be bran new, and love your sewing room :D

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    Congrats! I'd love to have one of those!

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    Very nice! I think I saw that on ebay when I was looking.
    I just bought a 1946 Singer 201-2 to put in Mom's old cabinet that I now have. I learned to sew on her 201-2 & decided to restore the cabinet to its former glory, or I'd have purchased a 301 - actually like them a lot - congrats!

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    Wonderful. Love your room, too. Did they ship the cabinet as well?

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    Congratulations - I know you will love the 301. I have 4 of them. I purchased my black, long bed 301 in 1955 in Pensacola, FL - clothed 4 children and myself. Only maintenance that cost was the rubber circle for the bobbin winder. Oh and of course, bulbs. I piece all my quilt tops on the 301 - almost a perfect 1/4" seam. I could go on and on about what a great machine it is but don't want to bore everyone.:)

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    she's a beauty and looks like new, she must not have been used very much. Such a good find!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanG
    Congratulations - I know you will love the 301. I have 4 of them. I purchased my black, long bed 301 in 1955 in Pensacola, FL - clothed 4 children and myself. Only maintenance that cost was the rubber circle for the bobbin winder. Oh and of course, bulbs. I piece all my quilt tops on the 301 - almost a perfect 1/4" seam. I could go on and on about what a great machine it is but don't want to bore everyone.:)
    Bore? I don't think you'd bore anyone, just make us all envious. I so want one or a featherweight.

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