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Thread: New Queen Anne cabinet & 15 clone

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    Super Member J Miller's Avatar
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    Ummmm, perhaps you should gently install it in the cabinet. "Dropping it in there" might be disastrous.


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    Quote Originally Posted by J Miller View Post
    Ummmm, perhaps you should gently install it in the cabinet. "Dropping it in there" might be disastrous.


    Joe
    Duly noted
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    Beautiful!!!!

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    Does that say Stitchtrue or Stitchtime? Beautiful cabinet.
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    Wow, Sue! Beautiful cabinet. Nice machine, also - I have never seen a pop up plate for the bobbin.
    Linda
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    That flip up plate is GENIUS!! If all machines were made that there wouldn't be so many missing!!!

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    It obviously pays to be patient. That is one gorgeous cabinet & stool. Your idea of covering the seat with fabric will surely brighten it up. The cabinet looks like it is in pristine condition. Lucky you.
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    Really nice looking. Enjoy!
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