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    Apron made with a 1889 Singer VS2 treadle. I made three aprons with these fabrics as party favors for some of the moms that I knew who love to cook.
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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif
    Apron made with a 1889 Singer VS2 treadle. I made three aprons with these fabrics as party favors for some of the moms that I knew who love to cook.
    Monica you are so talented - I love the quilt and the aprons! I have not used my 1889 VS2 yet!

    Nancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles
    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif
    Apron made with a 1889 Singer VS2 treadle. I made three aprons with these fabrics as party favors for some of the moms that I knew who love to cook.
    Monica you are so talented - I love the quilt and the aprons! I have not used my 1889 VS2 yet!

    Nancy
    You should give your Singer VS2 a try! You would be surprised at how pretty a straight-stitch it makes. At least, I was surprised with my machine. It produces a beautiful top stitch on both sides of this reversible apron. My only other machine that makes such a beautiful stitch top and bottom is my Singer 201. The aprons were a fun and quick diversion from making quilts. Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif
    Plain Spoken quilt pieced with Eldredge Two Spools and quilted with Singer 201K; both treadle machines.
    What a beautiful quilt with the blues. It is very calming to look at!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bennett
    Quote Originally Posted by vintagemotif
    Plain Spoken quilt pieced with Eldredge Two Spools and quilted with Singer 201K; both treadle machines.
    What a beautiful quilt with the blues. It is very calming to look at!
    Thank you! It's an easy and quick quilt to make.

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    How amazingly awesome!! I love it!! :D

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    The only thing I've actually managed to finish in the past year is a nursery set for my youngest granddaughter. Very simple, but fun to make, sewn on my 201K treadle and Davis VF. I call this the "It's Good Enough" quilt--all except for the bumper pad, which is referred to as "Almost (But Not Quite) Good Enough".

    Sunflowers for mobile
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    Oh Miz Johnny! That is an adorable set! I love the sunflowers and the critters on the mobile.

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    Okay here is my contribution to the thread, all of these were done on a treadle and that is the only type of machines that I will use.

    Billy

    Rhapsody
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    Happy Scrappy for my Son Chase
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    John Deer for my daughter Holly
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    Lola's qult
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    My Lap Quilt
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    My Wifes lap quilt
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    Some detail of it
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    My Wifes Christmas lap quilt
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    Table runner
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    My Nephews baby quilt
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    Precious Memories Alzhiemers tribute quilt for Paw Paw (WIP)
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    I only started quilting late last year, but all the quilts I have finished have been on vintage electric machines. I haven't remastered the treadle yet - it's been at least 55 years since I sewed on one. The quilt I'm currently working on is a shared effort by the 301 and a Necchi from the 40s.

    Nice looking quilts, Billy. You seem to like color as much as I do.

    First FMQ Grandson's Navy deployment quilt on the 301 - see how straight she sews
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    Daughter's b day pieced on the 301 - SITD on the Elna
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    A prayer quilt 1973 is Elna's only quilt - not her forte
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    Cystic Fibrosis auction donation - Shared by the Elna and 301
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    Another daughter's B day all 301 She FMQs so well. The errors are the operator
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