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    Super Member nanna-up-north's Avatar
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    Thanks so much Miriam. You have put a lot of work into helping all of us work on our beloved machines. I can't tell you how important all of this information is...... of course, you know that already. ......much gratitude!!

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    Thanks for a very valuable resource. This is bookmarked for sure!

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    Great info & I especially love your little red-headed elves!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bitzy One View Post
    Great info & I especially love your little red-headed elves!!
    I, too, love those little red haired elves. They sure are sneaky aren't they. I just couldn't resist getting a picture though. Wilbur loves to 'help' if there are tools involved. Miss L who likes to get 'more attention than Wilbur' will do about anything to get it... They love my little work shop. I have a HC sewing machine they like to turn. I have parts machines I let them use a screwdriver.... After all I like to play there too. But that time they came a bit early and I was still working on the 401 - I had a very stuck stitch selector on it. So I showed them what I was doing. They like looking inside the machines. The girls love to help me clean up lint and dried up oil. That machine was especially full of gunky oil and would not move. The lady bragged what good care it had. That always scares me - after all she is getting rid of it... I did get that one to move and it is an especially nice machine now. Here is what the kids were looking at... well Miss L... Wilbur was looking at what he was going to unscrew I think...
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    NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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    Thanks for all the helpful sites and info.
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