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

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    Congrats Miriam on your little peanut! Very small baby to me, since my last one was over 9lbs. and I'm a tiny person to start with! This will make your Christmas very special.

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    my babies were 6.10 and 6.12 so that's not so small to me either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles View Post
    I love the green machine! Yes, it is a Japanese 15 clone! You won't be able to date your machine, but by the face plate it was probably made sometime between 1945 and 1960! Here is a manual. http://www.ismacs.net/singer_sewing_...ion-manual.pdf

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    Thanks for the link. I've downloaded it and will read through it.

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    Miriam, I can see why she might think he is tiny if her others were much bigger. But they were both late, so might have been close to Walt's weight. My first three were 9.10, 9.1, and 9.4. Baby four was 7.13! Very small for me! But I had to have a C-section with him, so God took care of me. He knew I couldn't carry anything more than 10lbs for a while. I am sure your little guy is just precious!
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    Can anybody say what a singer model 31 might be worth, good shape, cabinet ok also. Person asking $70.00. I know nothing about the 31, does anybody have one?

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    Miriam,
    Congratulations on the new grandson! My DS weighed 6 lbs. 9 oz., he grew up to be 6'1.5"
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    I spied a couple old sew and sews today in a TS. It was snowing & raining and my car was full from something else so I had to pass. One was a Franklin with back clamp and it is electric - it was $15 & in a cabinet. Anybody looking? Send a pm - I didn't get a very good look at the other it was one of the old brown Godzilla machines in an odd case. They wanted too much for that one IMHO - both are going to need some clean up.

    My last kid weighted 9 lb 13 oz so 6 lb and 11 oz is small.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Weedwoman View Post
    Can anybody say what a singer model 31 might be worth, good shape, cabinet ok also. Person asking $70.00. I know nothing about the 31, does anybody have one?
    31-15 high speed industrial machine?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jlhmnj View Post
    31-15 high speed industrial machine?
    All I got was the serial number and when I looked it up it said it was a model 31, that's all I know.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles View Post
    First all the hub bub of Thanksgiving and company, which was so much fun! Then yesterday one of my horses, who I have owned his entire life - all 29 1/2 years - died. Not a good day for my DH, the kids, the grandkids, (who all rode him), and especially me! That horse did it all, drill team, shows, parades, rodeo grand openings, barrel races, cut cattle, camping, jumped, pulled a cart, won buckles, blankets, horse coolers for me, won one of the largest horse shows in California - the Gold N Grand -, and mostly he was my trusted friend and companion his entire life - from the time he dropped on the ground from his Momma. He safely taught everyone of the kids, grandkids, and some in-laws and friends how to ride.
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    Nancy, so sorry for your loss. Of all my furry family, the horses are the hardest to deal with. What great memories you have to share.
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