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Thread: New Rufflers!

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    New Rufflers!

    Ok - not "new" but new to me!

    This one is bed mounted - it has pat date of 1876. I don't know what foot it works with. . . but I couldn't pass this one up when I saw it. My Domestic has some of the neatest attachments.





    here is it with a later model - both are made by EJ Toof





    Last edited by Macybaby; 12-19-2013 at 03:34 PM.
    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments

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    Here is my new New Home ruffler. I have about 5 different sets of New Home attachments so far - and still no machine to go with them.



    I couldn't pass this one up - it goes with my back clamp 66



    And my Standard



    They are all similar, but not quite the same. All say some form of "Patent applied for"





    My name is Cathy - and I'm addicted to old sewing machines and their attachments

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    it is interesting, most of the pre 1880 attachments that I have are brass. These are very cool!

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    very nice. SANTA came early to South Dakota !
    😊 wilburness 😊

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    Cathy, Boy do you ever have a variety of attachments and that's even after getting rid of a bunch. I don't know how you find them all but I am thankful that you rescue them. Seems like you might need a large room in your house just for the attachments let alone the machines to go with them. But thanks again for sharing the extras with the QB.

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    Yeah, Santa came early in Springfield too. Got a nice heavy box of attachments and accessories from SD a couple days ago.

    Some of which were ancient and fit machines I've got. Whooo Hoooo!

    I now have to set up some of my vintage babies and try out the goodies.

    Joe

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    Very cool! Enjoy your new rufflers. The bed mounted one is just cool.
    Rodney

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    Very cool, enjoy!!!

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    Really cool! I love rufflers! You really need to get a New Home Right Running Treadle. Love mine - hated to sell it, but there was absolutely no room for another cabinet and I kept the White for sentimental reasons.

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    I like the look of those! Very nice!

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