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

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    Billy, We sent you a PM have you had time to catch up with all your messages? Didn't know you were out of town.

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilterguy27
    Quote Originally Posted by Lostn51
    WOW I leave the shop for a day and I have 5 pages to read!!

    Billy
    This is what I'm afraid of. I'm going into the hospital next week for heart surgery and will be in there for at least 5 days and I just know I'm going to get really far behind on reading everyone's updates. But at least it will give me something to do while I'm recovering.
    Hope every thing goes ok for you next week. See you back on here real soon

    :-)

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    Billy, thank you for answering me so quickly. I am so excited, I have wanted a treadle for a long time. I am now on my way to see if I can find an instruction manual! I don't want to mess with the machine until I find some help! I just found out that I should be able to purchase an instruction manual for the vintage treadles at my quilt shop!

    Thank you!

    Nancy

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    Does any one out there know where to get the cable for the white treadle machines that raises the machine when you raise the lid. Local hardware stores don't seem to have any thing that small.

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    You can find most of the manuals free online.

    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles
    Billy, thank you for answering me so quickly. I am so excited, I have wanted a treadle for a long time. I am now on my way to see if I can find an instruction manual! I don't want to mess with the machine until I find some help! I just found out that I should be able to purchase an instruction manual for the vintage treadles at my quilt shop!

    Thank you!

    Nancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Crossstitcher
    Billy, We sent you a PM have you had time to catch up with all your messages? Didn't know you were out of town.
    No I didnt......try it again and I will be looking for it.

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    OOOPS ! :cry: :cry:

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    Has anyone every heard of a

    G. Voigt Altona-Hamburg sewing machine ?

    BTW: it doesn't pay to stay away from the cafe for more than a day... every time I do, 10,000 pages get added. Hmmmm.....

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    Great idea. Love antique machines. I have a 1907 Singer that was my granny's, moms and now mine. Mom's and my wedding dresses were made on "Ole Jenny".

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles
    Billy, thank you for answering me so quickly. I am so excited, I have wanted a treadle for a long time. I am now on my way to see if I can find an instruction manual! I don't want to mess with the machine until I find some help! I just found out that I should be able to purchase an instruction manual for the vintage treadles at my quilt shop!

    Thank you!

    Nancy
    http://www.sil.si.edu/DigitalCollect.../NMAHTEX/2678/

    http://www.a1sewingmachine.com/manuals/127-128-3.pdf

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