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Thread: sources for parts, please?

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    sources for parts, please?

    i have a friend with an aging machine that needs a replacement needle plate. i need suggestions for reliable folks i can refer her to. i know i've bookmarked some, but....i've lost them in the shuffle to the new board.

    suggestions, please? i wish i could find those bookmarks, but i know there are those of you who have dealt with reliable folks in the past.

    help?!

    thank you!
    "life is a banquet, and most poor fools are out there, starving to death!"--"auntie mame"

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    http://www.sewingpartsonline.com/sin...sser-feet.aspx

    You might give this one a try. I've used them before and was very pleased with the product and service.

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    What make and model of sewing machine does your friend own?
    Sweet Caroline

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    www.Sew-classic.com has a lot of parts, and when I ordered from them, I got the parts really fast, less than a week.

    On the other hand, my order from "My sewing machine parts" that I placed on July 9th is STILL not here. Doubt I'll be ordering from them again.

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    www.sew-classic.com is wonderful...I order from Jenny all the time and have always been satisfied.
    Lynn

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    I would recomend www.sew-classic.com also. I have ordered from there a couple of times and I am very pleased with the fast service. There is also a lot of good information on her site. And she is very good about answering questions.

    Colleen

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    thank you, all of you--i really don't know what kind of machine she has--she resurrects it every few years, when she needs it for "emergency" work for her business. she is a potter, and is in the process of making a banner for her booth at the local renaissance festival. (she made reference to having used a little "percussive repair" on the needle plate--i suspect that means she whacked it flatter with a hammer...)

    she is off, looking at the suggested places. again--thank you!
    "life is a banquet, and most poor fools are out there, starving to death!"--"auntie mame"

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    I ordered twice from sewclassic twice trying to get a belt to fit my Vandervoort, singer clone and two sizes that should have fit, did not the stretch belt did. The service is quick.
    Another Phyllis
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    Try Guy Baker at http://www.sewingmachineparts.net/ Honest and very helpful.
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