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Thread: suse of sewing machine

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    Life is made up of bits and pieces. You won't know how it'll turn out till its done.

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    I certainly have never seen anything like that before, interesting!

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    Does anyone else hear Jeff Foxworthy telling this guy "If you've ever converted your grandmothers sewing machine into a jigsaw.... you might be a redneck"??

    Love the spelling of "vertical".
    May your stitches always be straight, your seams always lie flat, and your grain never be biased against you.

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    Now that I like!

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    what is it? is it literally a sewing machine converted to run a jigsaw? that's kinda like heresy, in my mind!

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    That's just crazy!!!
    http://signatures.mylivesignature.co...6BC2680921.png
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    Looks like it works ok. Guess the guy didn't like sewing much. LOL.

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    Crazy is the word for it! But I also have to admire the person's ingenuity!

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    what an ingenious way to remove unwanted fingers!

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    OSHA is not gonna like this.......

    I've seen this SAME picture selling a machine months ago, either is did not sell or it's being moved along.

    I have a folder of Treadle tools that I have found online that i want in my shop someday

    Jigsaw - (With safety components)
    Tablesaw
    Lathe
    "dremel" (actually a dentist drill that is foot powered)
    Drill press

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