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Question...why are you not supposed to sew on one of the cam machines (403-500A etc.) without a cam in the machine?
Been there, done that Janice...you have a rough row to hoe ahead of you, but it should smooth out into routine soon!
Thanks, Charlee. I'm sure things will quiet down when we get her house sold and all the stuff passed out to the family or sold. She's fine with all this, but my sister is having a hard time with it all...tears and really emotional moments when going through stuff. That's not me...I'm not sentimental about "stuff"!! And Mom isn't really either. Anyway, we'll get through it, and she and my DH get along well, so that makes everything really easier!!
I'm putting up pics of the treadle my DH refinished the cabinet, showing all the steps he did. I'll put them under Treadle Cabinet Refinishing Project. It came out so great. He put the 15 back in it that came with it, but I want my 66-1 in it, so some time in the next couple of weeks I'll have him trade them out. I'm putting them up now. Be back later!! :-)
NEVER let a sewing machine know you are in a hurry.
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Forgot to mention that the 15 sews great! It was really dirty, but as soon as I cleaned it some and threaded it up and fiddled with the tension, she was sewing great. I don't know her name yet....she's busy looking around the sewing room and hasn't told me yet!! LOL.....they are fun to get to know, aren't they??
I talked to the owner of that other Davis in the L.A. area, and I hope I can get down there this week to get it. DH doesn't have a clue, so I'll have to be creative on how I handle this!! We really don't have room....what to do, what to do???
Did Candace get the Davis from the Bay area? Candace...pics please!!