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    Love the idea of potholders and playing with vintage machines and FMQ. What a great idea to just follow the pattern on the fabric. Now why hadn't I thought of that???
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    Is this considered vintage?Name:  IMG_0071.JPG
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    I have sewn on vintage, Singers, Elnas, Vikings and assorted japanese made machines for 40 years. Love using them. I just got this one for the dual feed. I like it. I think it is the 80's wasn't sure if it is considered vintage or just kinda old.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossstitcher View Post
    You have such good ideas I am going to try the pot holder with the ironing board covers. Great gift idea for the quilt ladies next Christmas. I am also going to try the quilt as you go. Thanks for all the ideas you come up with and your work is really beautiful.
    Thanks, I like sharing my discoveries...just part of the the fun with learning to sew with vintage machines.

    I like your Harley quilt for your daughter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sewbeadit View Post
    Is this considered vintage?
    I don't know a thing about Pfaff 1222. You may want to direct your question to the Vintage Sewing machine thread where a discussion of what is considered vintage occurs. This thread is for sharing the projects made with vintage machines so that others can get ideas and to see what is possible.

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    I'd consider that young vintage. Nice machine. I noticed it in your studio pictures. Great Elna too in your avatar. Thanks for sharing.


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    Last night's project that I made as gift for my daughter, a mannequin pin cushion. I just used the Two Spools since it has that wonderful 1/4 inch foot. Candle stitch holder is vintage, and fabrics were leftovers from sewing projects from my daughter.
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    Link to this quick and fun project: http://www.thediydish.com/2011/10/se...n-pin-cushion/
    Last edited by vintagemotif; 12-18-2011 at 03:32 PM.

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    Okay, try again with image.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif View Post
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    OUTSTANDING!!! I really like, she will too

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    Well here is my Santa made from a Happy Hollow Design! He was made using my Eldredge Two Spools - from about 1915 - treadle and finished using my Singer 15-88! I did not use an electric machine on this jolly little Santa!

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