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

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miz Johnny
    Quote Originally Posted by Miz Johnny
    Eldredge B is a chain stitch machine.
    I stand corrected: the "B" Eldredge is chain stitch; the Eldredge B is vibrating shuttle!!

    http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...43399186FDcCGA

    http://web.bryant.edu/~ehu/h364proj/sprg_99/cox/sew_mach.htm
    Wow Miz Johnny -- I love that machine! I am not sure which Eldredge he has for sale. The guy knows nothing about it except his friends moved and left it in his garage a few years ago. He sent me a picture by phone so it is not real clear. I am going to go look at it tomorrow!

    Nancy

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    That's perty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karenchi
    Where did you see it.....Saw one for $300.
    Are you asking about the e-bay Eldredge for sale? When you get in e-bay do a search for "sewing machines eldredge" in "all categories" and it will bring up the eldredge stuff. The machine they have for $115 is nothing like the one Miz Johnny has or the one I am going to look at tomorrow.

    Nancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by BoJangles
    Quote Originally Posted by karenchi
    Where did you see it.....Saw one for $300.
    Are you asking about the e-bay Eldredge for sale? When you get in e-bay do a search for "sewing machines eldredge" in "all categories" and it will bring up the eldredge stuff. The machine they have for $115 is nothing like the one Miz Johnny has or the one I am going to look at tomorrow.

    Nancy
    Neither of those are mine!! Though I do have either the B Eldredge or it's National clone in pieces in my basement, and somewhere down there I also have an Eldredge B (Windsor B) electric. Now do you all understand what this addiction can do to you?? I need to lose about 75 machines to make my home livable again!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jackkip
    Any thoughts on this listing?

    http://houston.craigslist.org/atq/1927515589.html

    Thanks,
    Jackie
    Pretty--wonder if it's a 15-30 or a 115? The machine itself has well-worn decals (Tiffany), though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miz Johnny
    Quote Originally Posted by Miz Johnny
    Eldredge B is a chain stitch machine.
    I stand corrected: the "B" Eldredge is chain stitch; the Eldredge B is vibrating shuttle!!

    http://home-and-garden.webshots.com/...43399186FDcCGA

    http://web.bryant.edu/~ehu/h364proj/sprg_99/cox/sew_mach.htm
    Mine looks exactly like the second machine in the second web site only not as good.

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    OOPs Thank You Miz Johnny for decal site.:-D

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    Quote Originally Posted by Glenn
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    Glenn,
    It's really great that you have a complete set of attachments. I acquired a box full of various feet and "do dads" a couple of weeks ago and have no idea what many of them are for. Would you be willing to post some pictures of your set and let us know what they are used for? I was hoping to do some investigating but I haven't had the time. Started a new quilt (NY beauty - paper peiced) and it's taking all my extra time : )

    Judy
    Judy, I tried to send pics of the attachments but my pc is acting slow I will try in the morning to send them Glenn
    Thank you Glenn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BZ quilting
    Mine looks exactly like the second machine in the second web site only not as good.[/quote]

    Wow! What a neat machine you have then! I can't wait to see the Eldredge treadle today. I can tell it has ornate decals from the picture on my phone, but that is all! He took the picture from too far away to tell what shape the machine is in, but the guy told me it is in immaculate shape! I will see!

    Nancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by BZ quilting[url=http://web.bryant.edu/
    http://web.bryant.edu/[/url]~ehu/h364proj/sprg_99/cox/sew_mach.htm
    Mine looks exactly like the second machine in the second web site only not as good.[/quote]

    BZ Quilting, do you know the age of your machine or how to find that information out?

    Nancy

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