Cute! You should also post on "Quilts made using Vintage Machines". here is the link:Originally Posted by Crossstitcher
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Chris, I love that!!! I would answer the same thing!! LOL I love it when guys think they are Soooo exclusive!!! :-)Originally Posted by chris_quilts
:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :thumbup:Originally Posted by SewExtreme
Linda, yes and woodworkers are still up in arms over this. It is funny at that. I had a lady bring me a table to restore. She tried to do it herself the problem was that a famous woodworker told he to strip the piece and then feed the wood linseed oil. She came to me saying that the wood would not take a stain nor would shellac stick to the wood. It took me three days to strip the oil so I could refinish the thing. GlennOriginally Posted by SewExtreme
:lol: :lol: :lol: That is funny!Originally Posted by Glenn
Let me dig the machine out of the closet and check the condition of that part...I'll get back to you soon! :)Originally Posted by chris_quilts
Thanks for checking.Originally Posted by Charlee
Thanks! Your comment to them is toooo funny! :)Originally Posted by chris_quilts
I have cleaned this singer 500, I swear it had sand dumped in it. It was hard to turn the dials on the front. It is clean now but I can not get the calm to go back in. It pops out and will not stay in. I set the front dial to B and the back dial to L and special, itís the #1 cam. The dials trun much better.I took the motor out cleaned the sand off and greased the worm gear. I donít know what else to do.
Thanks so much MizJohnny, will go there now.