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Thread: New machines followed us home

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    WOW how beautiful --the only things that have followed me home lately are stray kitties and doggies : )

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    We've had lots of kitties follow us home over the years and I wouldn't trade one of them for all of the machines we've seen, but.... It's time to let someone else collect the cats!

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    Oh my, your hand crank is wonderful. I'm about to drool.

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    Awesome! Beautiful machines!
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    Wow!! Very nice finds,I've come across a fiddle base in an antique store before but I thought the price they wanted was outrageous,do you mind if I ask what you paid for yours?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Quilter Day-by-Day View Post
    Wow!! Very nice finds,I've come across a fiddle base in an antique store before but I thought the price they wanted was outrageous,do you mind if I ask what you paid for yours?
    Not at all. It ended up being $190. High than we'd have liked but less than they were asking. Nothing like the most expensive we've spent on a machine so far.

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    Oh my, they are absolutely gorgeous. That first cabinet is amazing !! Lucky you.
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    Great! but I'm out of room for more machines..
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    While the new machines do more, the old machines like you bought are so more beautiful and were top of the line when they came out. Just think how proud the original owners were compared to us today who think we are entitled to whatever is the newest and the best. We are not called the disposable nation for nothing. It always makes me so happy when I see someone finding a jewel.

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    Such pretty machines! You have some fun winter projects there!
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