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Thread: Vintage Sewing Machine Shop.....Come on in and sit a spell

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    Senior Member Deara's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shemjo
    WooHoo, 700 pages! What a bunch of gabby people we are! So much information!!!!!



    With so many sharing, there is so much to learn.

    Congrats Billy on 700 pages.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shemjo
    WooHoo, 700 pages! What a bunch of gabby people we are! So much information!!!!!
    I was thinking the same thing. What fun this is......

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    Just wish I could on get here when the muffins are still warm and the coffee hot! Play is definitely more fun than work....
    Cindy

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    [quote=Deara]
    Quote Originally Posted by Shemjo
    WooHoo, 700 pages! What a bunch of gabby people we are! So much information!!!!!
    I was just thinking yesterday that around the first of the month we hit 600, or so it seems.

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    It was January 28th that we hit 600

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cindy Lou Who
    Just wish I could on get here when the muffins are still warm and the coffee hot! Play is definitely more fun than work....
    Cindy
    I agree with you play is more fun and we all love to talk about old machines and yes we do learn a lot. However I seem to spend way to much time here and not getting anything done like quilting or cleaning my many machines,or getting my honey do's done.(I have found my wife lurking around the board several times) :lol: Glenn

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    I'll be dropping off some snickerdoodles in a couple of minutes plus a box of Thin Mints from the Girls Scouts. Yes, the 2nd ones aren't homemade but who cares as they are some fine eating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chris_quilts
    I'll be dropping off some snickerdoodles in a couple of minutes plus a box of Thin Mints from the Girls Scouts. Yes, the 2nd ones aren't homemade but who cares as they are some fine eating.
    Good, I just poured myself a hot cup of coffee. Glenn

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles
    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51
    A really good friend in Boston picked one up locally for less than a $100 so they are out there!

    Billy
    Billy, I have only seen a Pfaff treadle twice, both times in a picture!

    Nancy
    I have a full-sized Pfaff treadle #30, but I certainly didn't give that much for it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shemjo
    Trish, your Willy still has a cute foot pedal! When you have a number of vintage machines, it is hard to tell them apart! Reminds me of my mother when she would call out ALL our names when she wanted only one of us. It was easier than remembering that ONE name! We all came, and she pointed!
    My Mother would do that too Shemjo! Then end her sentence with "Whoever you are, I know you live here!"

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